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What we know and don't know about mental health problems among immigrants in Norway

Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health - Journal Article

Mental health problems have been regarded as one of the main public health challenges of immigrants in several countries. Understanding and generating research-based knowledge on immigrant health problems is highly relevant for planning preventive interve...

Forfattere: D. S. Abebe, L. Lien, K. H. Hjelde
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Violence Exposure and Mental Health Among Resettled Refugees: A Systematic Review

Trauma, Violence, & Abuse - Journal Article

Refugee populations are often characterized by their high exposure to violence, which are tied to various challenges upon resettlement. This systematic review synthesizes the empirical literature related to violence exposure for refugees resettled in high...

Forfattere: A. A. J. Scoglio, C. Salhi
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Undersøkelse etter drukningstragedien i Tromsø: Hva kan vi lære om integrering og flyktninghelse?


2. desember 2019 døde en kvinne og to av døtrene hennes av drukning i Tromsø. Den tredje datteren ble alvorlig skadet. Kvinnen var fra Sør-Sudan og hadde fått opphold i Norge med familiegjenforening. Hun hadde bodd i Norge i litt over to år. Hendelsen vak...

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The use of community-based interventions in reducing morbidity from the psychological impact of conflict-related trauma among refugee populations: A systematic review of the literature

Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health - Journal Article

With large numbers of refugee arrivals and numerous barriers to accessing services it is especially important that resources are efficiently and effectively directed to address the health needs of refugees. Ten databases were utilised to conduct the revie...

Forfattere: M. E. Williams, S. C. Thompson
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The Assessment of Grief in Refugees and Post-conflict Survivors: A Narrative Review of Etic and Emic Research

Frontiers in Psychology - Journal Article

Prolonged grief disorder (PGD) is a new mental health disorder that will be recognized by the World Health Organization's disorder classification, the ICD-11, in 2018. Current assessment measures of PGD are largely based on North American and European con...

Forfattere: C. Killikelly, S. Bauer, A. Maercker
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Stress, trauma, and posttraumatic stress disorder in migrants: A comprehensive review

Brazilian Journal of Psychiatry - Journal Article

There is growing evidence supporting the association between migration and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Considering the growing population of migrants and the particularities of providing culturally sensitive mental health care for these persons,...

Forfattere: L. H. U. Bustamante, R. O. Cerqueira, E. Leclerc, E. Brietzke
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Sleep disorders in migrants and refugees: A systematic review with implications for personalized medical approach

EPMA Journal - Journal Article

Sleep disorders are very common in migrants and refugees, often as a comorbid disorder to different somatic or psychiatric diagnoses and psychological disturbances such as metabolic syndrome, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and anxiety disorde...

Forfattere: K. Richter, L. Baumgärtner, G. Niklewski, L. Peter, M. Köck, S. Kellner, T. Hillemacher, A. Büttner-Teleaga
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Self-help plus for refugees and asylum seekers; study protocol for a series of individual participant data meta-analyses

European Journal of Psychotraumatology - Journal Article

Refugees and asylum seekers face various stressors due to displacement and are especially vulnerable to common mental disorders. To effectively manage psychological distress in this population, innovative interventions are required. The World Health Organ...

Forfattere: E. Karyotaki, M. Sijbrandij, M. Purgato, C. Acarturk, D. Lakin, D. Bailey, E. Peckham, E. Uygun, F. Tedeschi, J. Wancata, J. Augustinavicius, K. Carswell, M. Välimäki, M. van Ommeren, M. Koesters, M. Popa, M. R. Leku, M. Anttila, R. Churchill, R. White, S. Al-Hashimi, T. Lantta, T. Au, T. Klein, W. A. Tol, P. Cuijpers, C. Barbui
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Recent approaches to provision of mental healthcare in refugee populations

Current Opinion in Psychiatry - Journal Article

The present review provides an overview of key issues and concepts on the provision of mental healthcare to refugees with mental health conditions.|Several barriers to mental healthcare for refugees have been described, and principles for good mental care...

Forfattere: M. Koesters, C. Barbui, M. Purgato
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Psychological First Aid for Displaced Children and Families

Forfattere: M. Brymer, D. Elmore Borbon, S. Frymier, V. Ramirez, L. Flores, L. Mulder, C. Ghosh-Ippen, R. Gurwitch
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Prioritising mental health and psychosocial services in relief and recovery efforts in Ukraine

Lancet Psychiatry - Journal Article

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has created a humanitarian crisis with more than 6·5 million internally displaced people and more than 3 million refugees in neighbouring countries. Mental disorders are prevalent in conflict settings....

Forfattere: W. Shi, P. Navario, B. J. Hall
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Mental Health Screening Approaches for Resettling Refugees and Asylum Seekers: A Scoping Review

International Journal of Environmental Research & Public Health - Journal Article

Refugees and asylum seekers often face delayed mental health diagnoses, treatment, and care. COVID-19 has exacerbated these issues. Delays in diagnosis and care can reduce the impact of resettlement services and may lead to poor long-term outcomes. This s...

Forfattere: O. Magwood, A. Kassam, D. Mavedatnia, O. Mendonca, A. Saad, H. Hasan, M. Madana, D. Ranger, Y. Tan, K. Pottie
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Mental Health of Refugees and Torture Survivors: A Critical Review of Prevalence, Predictors, and Integrated Care

International Journal of Environmental Research & Public Health - Journal Article

Civilian war trauma and torture rank among the most traumatic life experiences; exposure to such experiences is pervasive in nations experiencing both internal and external conflict. This has led to a high volume of refugees resettling throughout the worl...

Forfattere: H. Abu Suhaiban, L. R. Grasser, A. Javanbakht
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Mental Health of Refugees and Non-refugees from War-Conflict Countries: Data from Primary Healthcare Services and the Norwegian Prescription Database

Journal of Immigration & Minority Health - Journal Article

High rates of mental health problems are consistently found among immigrants from refugee generating countries. While refugees and their family members may have experienced similar traumas, refugees are more likely to have undergone a stressful asylum per...

Forfattere: M. L. Straiton, A. Reneflot, E. Diaz
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Mental health of newly arrived Burmese refugees in Australia: Contributions of pre-migration and post-migration experience

Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry - Journal Article

This study documents the mental health status of people from Burmese refugee backgrounds recently arrived in Australia, then examines the contributions of gender, pre-migration and post-migration factors in predicting mental health.|Structured interviews,...

Forfattere: R. D. Schweitzer, M. Brough, L. Vromans, M. Asic-Kobe
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Mental health interventions for traumatized asylum seekers and refugees: What do we know about their efficacy?

International Journal of Social Psychiatry - Journal Article

The prevalence of trauma-related problems among refugees and asylum seekers is extremely high due to adverse experiences associated with forced migration. Although the literature presents a considerable number of guidelines and theoretical frameworks for ...

Forfattere: O. Slobodin, J. T. de Jong
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Mental health care utilisation among internally displaced persons in Ukraine: Results from a nation-wide survey

Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences - Journal Article

AimsThere are an estimated 1.5 million internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Ukraine because of the armed conflict in the east of the country. The aim of this paper is to examine utilisation patterns of mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) care...

Forfattere: B. Roberts, N. Makhashvili, J. Javakhishvili, A. Karachevskyy, N. Kharchenko, M. Shpiker, E. Richardson
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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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Long-term mental health of war-refugees: A systematic literature review

BMC International Health & Human Rights - Journal Article

There are several million war-refugees worldwide, majority of whom stay in the recipient countries for years. However, little is known about their long-term mental health. This review aimed to assess prevalence of mental disorders and to identify their co...

Forfattere: M. Bogic, A. Njoku, S. Priebe
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Long-term mental health in unaccompanied refugee minors: Pre- and post-flight predictors

European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry - Journal Article

Unaccompanied refugee minors are a particularly vulnerable group. The aim of this study is to increase our knowledge about possible pathways to well-being and integration for unaccompanied refugee minors as they strive to establish new lives in a host cou...

Forfattere: T. K. Jensen, A. S. Skar, E. S. Andersson, M. S. Birkeland
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