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Understanding the migration experience of unaccompanied youth: A review of the literature

American Journal of Orthopsychiatry - Journal Article

Migration of unaccompanied immigrant and refugee youth has increased around the world in the last decade, peaking in 2014 in the United States and in 2015 in Europe. Youth are pushed to migrate without parents or guardians to escape war, persecution, gang...

Forfattere: M. F. Garcia, D. Birman
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The prevalence of mental illness in refugees and asylum seekers: A systematic review and meta-analysis

PLoS medicine - Journal Article

BACKGROUND: Globally, the number of refugees and asylum seekers has reached record highs. Past research in refugee mental health has reported wide variation in mental illness prevalence data, partially attributable to methodological limitations. This syst...

Forfattere: R. Blackmore, J. A. Boyle, M. Fazel, S. Ranasinha, K. M. Gray, G. Fitzgerald, M. Misso, M. Gibson-Helm
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Supporting access to healthcare for refugees and migrants in European countries under particular migratory pressure

BMC health services research - Journal Article

BACKGROUND: In 2015 the increased migratory pressure in Europe posed additional challenges for healthcare providers. The aim of this study was to inform the development of a "Resource Package" to support European Union (EU) member states in improving acce...

Forfattere: A. Chiarenza, M. Dauvrin, V. Chiesa, S. Baatout, H. Verrept
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Prevention of psychological distress and promotion of resilience amongst unaccompanied refugee minors in resettlement countries

Child: Care, Health and Development - Journal Article

As increasing numbers of unaccompanied refugee minors (URMs) are arriving in Europe, there is a need to investigate which factors promote psychological resilience and improve their mental health. This review aims to identify preventive post settlement inf...

Forfattere: R. Mitra, M. Hodes
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Prevalence of mental disorders in young refugees and asylum seekers in European Countries: A systematic review

European Jurnal of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry - Journal Article

The European Union member states received about 385,000 asylum applications from children and adolescents below 18 years in 2015, and 398,000 in 2016. The latest political crises and war have led to an upsurge in refugee movements into European countries,...

Forfattere: C. Kien, I. Sommer, A. Faustmann, L. Gibson, M. Schneider, E. Krczal, R. Jank, I. Klerings, M. Szelag, B. Kerschner, P. Brattström, G. Gartlehner
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Mental health, risk and resilience among refugee families in Europe

Current opinion in psychology - Journal Article

Refugee children and families are at high risk of developing mental health conditions. The objective of this systematic review was to examine the current empirical literature on refugee mental health in Europe with a focus on children and families. A syst...

Forfattere: A. H. Gewirtz, L. Muldrew, M. Sigmarsdóttir
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Mental health care in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: An analysis of needs and a call for greater investment

Lancet Regional Health - Europe - Journal Article

Over the past decade, there has been increased attention to global mental health, which emphasizes improving access to quality mental health care in order to reduce the worldwide treatment gap. However, Eastern European and Central Asian countries and the...

Forfattere: K. Hook, S. Bogdanov
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Examing the pre-war health burden for Ukraine prioritisation by European countries receiving Ukrainian refugees

Lancet Regional Health - Europe - Journal Article

The recent escalation of conflict after the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, has already displaced 2,800,000 Ukrainian refugees, 1  and the number is expected to rise in days ahead. Ukrainians can move freely between European Union Memb...

Forfattere: Valentina Marchese, Beatrice Formenti, Nicola Cocco, Giulia Russo, Jacopo Testa, Francesco Castelli, Marco Mazzetti
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Health needs of refugee children identified on arrival in reception countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis

BMJ Paediatrics Open - Journal Article

The worldwide number of refugees has considerably increased due to ongoing wars, national instability, political persecution and food insecurity. In Europe, about one-third of all refugees are children, an increasing number of which are travelling alone. ...

Forfattere: A. Baauw, J. Kist-van Holthe, B. Slattery, M. Heymans, M. Chinapaw, H. van Goudoever
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A Systematic Review of Factors Affecting Mental Health and Well-Being of Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Germany

Frontiers in psychiatry - Journal Article

Background: Since the onset of the 2015 European refugee crisis, ~4. 46 million people have sought asylum in the European Union, with Germany logging the largest share of all asylum applications. In addition to the severe adversities before and during fli...

Forfattere: V. L. Hajak, S. Sardana, H. Verdeli, S. Grimm
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