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1984 18
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1987 20
1988 24
1989 29
1990 30
1991 27
1992 29
1993 40
1994 44
1995 42
1996 31
1997 37
1998 47
1999 58
2000 42
2001 58
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2004 76
2005 93
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2007 86
2008 68
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2018 269
2019 124
2020 1
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Perinatal health outcomes and care among asylum seekers and refugees: a systematic review of systematic reviews.
Heslehurst N, et al. BMC Med 2018 - Review. PMID 29890984 Free PMC article.
Quantitative and qualitative systematic reviews, published in the English language, were included if they reported perinatal health outcomes or care and clearly stated that they included asylum seekers or refugees. ...Only one exclusively focussed on asylum seekers; the remaining reviews grouped asylum seekers and refugees with wider migrant populations. ...
Quantitative and qualitative systematic reviews, published in the English language, were included if they reported perinatal health outcomes …
Mental health and psychosocial factors in young refugees, immigrants and Greeks: A retrospective study.
Triantafyllou K, et al. Psychiatriki 2018. PMID 30605427 Free article.
The aim of the current retrospective study was to examine the differences in psychopathology between immigrants, refugees and natives. ...The proportion of refugees who had at least two Z was greater than that of immigrants and Greeks 2010-20014. Regarding the psychiatric diagnoses, Greek sample after 2010 received a greater proportion of psychiatric diagnoses than refugees. ...
The aim of the current retrospective study was to examine the differences in psychopathology between immigrants, refugees and natives …
Post-traumatic stress disorder among Syrian refugees in Turkey: a cross-sectional study.
Alpak G, et al. Int J Psychiatry Clin Pract 2015. PMID 25195765
The health care needs of Syrian refugees have been becoming an increasingly important issue. We aimed to examine the prevalence of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and explore its relation with various socioeconomic variables among Syrian refugees, who sought asylum in Turkey. ...CONCLUSIONS: The findings of our study suggest that PTSD among Syrian refugees in Turkey might be an important mental health issue in refugee camps especially among female refugees, who were exposed to 2 or more traumatic events and had a personal or family history of psychiatric disorder....
The health care needs of Syrian refugees have been becoming an increasingly important issue. We aimed to examine the prevalence of po …
Telling my teacher
Francis TJ and Francis JR. J Paediatr Child Health 2017. PMID 28370863
His Name Was Aylan
Thomas SP. Issues Ment Health Nurs 2016. PMID 26864835
Risk of psychosis in refugees: a literature review.
Dapunt J, et al. Transl Psychiatry 2017 - Review. PMID 28608852 Free PMC article.
Content relating to psychotic disorders in refugees was reviewed and summarised. The selected studies showed an increased risk of psychotic disorders in refugees compared with both the indigenous population and non-refugee. migrants. ...A particularly high risk in refugees of Middle Eastern origin could not be inferred. The higher susceptibility to psychotic disorders in refugees emphasises the need for the development and implementation of adequate prevention strategies. ...
Content relating to psychotic disorders in refugees was reviewed and summarised. The selected studies showed an increased risk of psy …
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