Databasen viser en oversikt over forskningsbasert kunnskap rundt psykososiale forhold og sårbare grupper ved pandemi, med fokus på covid-19 spesielt.

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Venezuelan migrants in Colombia: COVID-19 and mental health

Lancet Psychiatry - Journal Article

Venezuelan migrants in Colombia are experiencing psychological stressors stemming from political turmoil, poverty, displacement, exploitation, and the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 5 million people have departed Venezuela since 2015.2 The largest subgroup,...

Forfattere: Zelde Espinel, Roberto Chaskel, Ryan C. Berg, Hermes Jose Florez, Silvia L. Gaviria, Oscar Bernal, Kim Berg, Carlos Munoz, Marisa G. Larkin, James M. Shultz
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The Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic and the Lockdown on the Health and Living Conditions of Undocumented Migrants and Migrants Undergoing Legal Status Regularization

Frontiers in Public Health - Journal Article

Introduction: Undocumented migrants are at high risk of adverse consequences during crises because of a lack of access to essential securities and sources of support. This study aims to describe the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the health and living c...

Forfattere: Claudine Burton-Jeangros, Aline Duvoisin, Sarah Lachat, Liala Consoli, Julien Fakhoury, Yves Jackson
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Mental health for refugees, asylum seekers and displaced persons: A call for a humanitarian agenda

Transcultural Psychiatry - Journal Article
Forfattere: S. Bäärnhielm, K. Laban, M. Schouler-Ocak, C. Rousseau, L. J. Kirmayer
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Local to global: Somali perspectives on faith, community, and resilience in response to COVID-19

Special Issue: COVID-19: Insights on the Pandemic's Traumatic Effects and Global Implications - Journal Article

People living in and those displaced from conflict-affected low- and middle-income countries encounter a unique set of considerations related to the COVID-19 outbreak. This commentary provides Somali perspectives on the global pandemic, highlighting chall...

Forfattere: Jacob A. Bentley, Farhiya Mohamed, Norah Feeny, Luul B. Ahmed, Kawther Musa, Abdirahman Mussa Tubeec, Dega Angula, Momin Hussein Egeh, Lori Zoellner
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Impact of COVID-19 on Resettled Refugees

Primary Care - Journal Article

Refugees are among the world’s most vulnerable people, and COVID-19 presents novel threats to their well-being. Suspension of resettlement prolongs persecution for those accepted but not yet relocated to a host country and delays family reunification. For...

Forfattere: Micah Brickhill-Atkinson, Fern R. Hauck
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COVID-19 stressors on migrant workers in Kuwait: Cumulative risk considerations

BMJ Global Health - Journal Article

As a marginalised subpopulation, migrant workers often fall short from protection by public policies, they take precarious jobs with unsafe working and living conditions and they grapple with cultural and linguistic barriers. In light of the current COVID...

Forfattere: Barrak Alahmad, Hussam Kurdi, Kyle Colonna, Janvier Gasana, Jacqueline Agnew, Mary A. Fox
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COVID-19 in the Americas: Who's Looking After Refugees and Migrants?

Annals of Global Health - Journal Article

Several characteristics of refugee and migrant populations make them susceptible to acquire COVID-19. To fully understand the impact of COVID-19 on refugees and migrants in the Americas, it is important to consider the broader geopolitical context and app...

Forfattere: Maximo O. Brito
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An examination of racial and ethnic disparities in mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic in the U.S. South

Journal of Affective Disorders - Journal Article

Background : The mental health of racial/ethnic minority groups in the United States may be disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic due to greater experience of peri-pandemic stressors. Yet, few studies have systematically examined racial/eth...

Forfattere: Emily Goldmann, Daniel Hagen, Estelle El Khoury, Mark Owens, Supriya Misra, Johannes Thrul
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A rapid assessment of migrant careworkers' psychosocial status during Israel's COVID-19 lockdown

Israel Journal of Health Policy Research - Journal Article

BACKGROUND: Israel hosts nearly 70,000 migrant careworkers. Migrant careworkers work and live with populations extremely vulnerable to the novel Coronavirus, including the elderly and people with pre-existing physical conditions. This rapid assessment aim...

Forfattere: Jordan Hannink Attal, Ido Lurie, Yehuda Neumark
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