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3018.0 National and international policies to address immigrant and refugee health
Monday, October 27, 2008: 8:30 AM
This panel will address key areas of research and international policy on immigrant and refugee health. Presentations in this session will focus on specific case studies from which broader lessons will be drawn. Topics include the analysis of comparative health policy and quality of care received by immigrants in Europe, Israel and the US; international health prevention and screening proposals addressing the health needs of immigrants and refugees worldwide; and interdisciplinary guidelines for building international collaborations.
Session Objectives: 1. Identify critical areas of research and policy addressing the unmet needs of immigrants and refugees worldwide. 2. Understand the need for international partnerships and research collaborations addressing major issues on refugee and immigrant health. 3. Comprehend the similarities and differences in health care access and utilization of immigrants and refugees in different nations. 4. Propose innovative guidelines in the field of international health policy aimed at addressing the health needs of refugees and immigrants in a globalized world.
Anahi Viladrich, PhD
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Organized by: Caucus on Refugee and Immigrant Health
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