Non-communicable health concerns: migrant health guide
Citation: Non-communicable health concerns: Migrant health guide (Public Health England 2017). Accessed 9 November 2020.
This document concerns guidelines for common non-communicable health concerns in migrant populations, specifically anaemia, female genital mutilation, haemoglobin disorders, iodine metabolism, vitamin deficiencies, dental health, and mental health problems. It is intended for healthcare providers who work with migrant populations. The content also includes guidelines for children’s health and women’s health, as well as recommendations for travel health.
Disclaimer: This summary has been written by staff and volunteers of Evidence Aid in order to make the content of the original document accessible to decision makers who are searching for the available evidence on the health of refugees and asylum seekers but may not have the time, initially, to read the original report in full. This summary is not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of physicians, other health workers, professional associations, guideline developers, or national governments and international agencies. If readers of this summary think that the evidence that is presented within it is relevant to their decision-making they should refer to the content and details of the original article, and the advice and guidelines offered by other sources of expertise, before making decisions. Evidence Aid cannot be held responsible for any decisions made about the health of refugees and asylum seekers on the basis of this summary alone.
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