Migration and Health Webinar Seven: Winds of change over turbulent seas – the future of refugee and migrant health in Europe
The upcoming webinar will discuss the challenges of and opportunities for improving the health of refugees and migrants in the context of changing political and social landscapes in Europe.
Migration and Health Webinar Six: Health of refugee and migrant children, and unaccompanied minors
The upcoming webinar will discuss the health of refugee and migrant children, and unaccompanied minors.
Migration and Health Webinar Five: Health care of pregnant migrant and refugee women and newborn children
This webinar will focus on the promotion of maternal and newborn health in the context of growing migration flows and the increasing proportion of women among migrant and refugee populations. This is important for ensuring the rights and well-being of women and children, but is also integral for longer-term sustainable development.
Migration and Health Webinar Four: Management and Prevention of Noncommunicable Diseases among Refugees and Migrants
Reduction in morbidity and premature mortality from noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) such as cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular and chronic respiratory diseases in the refugee and migrant population is the main focus of this webinar.
Migration and Health Webinar Three: Public health aspects of mental health among refugees and migrants
As the number of refugees and migrants increases, unanswered questions and misconceptions remain about their mental health, as well as concerns about appropriate strategies to address these.
Migration and Health Webinar Two: Mental health of refugees and migrants: myths and realities
The webinar seeks to embolden audiences to take an active approach to improving the mental health and well-being of migrants and refugees. Recognizing and responding appropriately to the mental health needs of this group can pose many challenges.
Migration and Health Webinar One: True stories – effective advocacy for health and migration
The webinar seeks to embolden audiences to take an active approach to advance the way current culture addresses and discusses the migration situation, and improve the dynamic references to ensure minimal sensationalism, while maintaining accurate and compelling portrayals.