Revue systématique de la santé reproductive des femmes réfugiées
There is little data to highlight how best to identify and prevent the negative consequences on reproductive health of the resettlement of refugee women associated with their migration experience, when compared with their non-refugee counterparts. .
The health of refugee women, whether in transit or in camps, is often strained. Studies on this subject show divergent opinions about the consequences of migration in terms of family planning and fertility. The objective of this systematic review was to determine the differences in reproductive health between refugee women in resettlement countries and their non-refugee counterparts. Since much of the evidence comes from population studies with varying methodology and level of quality, there remains a need to conduct quality research on refugee women from different backgrounds comparing their health status to that of their non-refugee congeners,
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