International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care

Category:

Health and Social Care

Table Of Contents: Volume 11 Issue 2

Exploring the meanings and experiences of health among Filipino female household service workers in Hong Kong

Jan Michael Alexandre Cortez Bernadas

– The purpose of this paper is to explore the meanings and experiences of health of Filipino female household service workers (FHSWs) in Hong Kong (HK).

Colorectal cancer screening behaviors among South Asian immigrants in Canada: a qualitative study

Joanne Crawford, Farah Ahmad, Dorcas E. Beaton, Arlene S. Bierman

The purpose of this paper is to gain an in-depth understanding of beliefs, attitudes, and reasons for decision making about colorectal cancer (CRC) screening among South…

Rejecting and accepting international migrant patients into primary care practices: a mixed method study

Lorena Mota, Maureen Mayhew, Karen J. Grant, Ricardo Batista, Kevin Pottie

International migrants frequently struggle to obtain access to local primary care practices. The purpose of this paper is to explore factors associated with rejecting and…

Morning in refugee health: an introduction for medical students

Pauline S. Duke, Fern Brunger, Elizabeth Ohle

Migration is increasing worldwide. health care practitioners must provide care to migrants in a culturally competent manner that is sensitive to cultural, political and…

Inequity in access to health services between migrants and natives of Chandigarh, India

Manmeet Kaur, Sukhbir Singh, Madhu Gupta, Pankaj Bahuguna, Soma Rani

People often migrate from rural to urban areas within a country or from less developed to more developed countries for better life opportunities but may remain outside the…

“A prison with extra flavours”: experiences of immigrants in Swedish immigration detention centres

Soorej Jose Puthoopparambil, Beth Maina Ahlberg, Magdalena Bjerneld

The immigration detention environment largely influences the health and well-being of detainees by either aggravating medical conditions or contributing to new illness…

ISSN:

1747-9894

Online date, start – end:

2005

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Charles Watters