Journal

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

ISSN:

1660-4601

Journal article

Impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on the activity and mental health of older people in Indonesia: a qualitative study

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused detrimental impacts on different population groups throughout the world. This study aimed to explore the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic’s mandatory lockdown protocols on individual and social activities and mental health conditions of community-dwelling older people in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Journal

Migration, resilience, vulnerability and migrants’ health

This Special Issue of IJERPH focuses on international migration and resettlement and includes research on health literacy and communication; mental health and resilience; sexual and reproductive health services; identity and belongingness and policy for disability among migrants in Europe migration.
Journal article

Why do we not follow lifesaving rules? Factors affecting nonadherence to COVID-19 prevention guidelines in Indonesia: healthcare professionals' perspectives

This study aimed to understand Indonesian healthcare professionals' (HCPs) perceptions and experiences regarding barriers to both HCP and community adherence to COVID-19 prevention guidelines in their social life. This qualitative study employed in-depth interviewing as its method for primary data collection. Results demonstrated that HCP...
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Post-migration stressors and mental health for African migrants in South Australia: a qualitative study

We conducted a qualitative study involving African migrants (n = 20) and service providers (n = 10) in South Australia to explore mental health stressors, access to mental health services and how to improve mental health services for African migrant populations. This paper presents the...

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Aboriginal population and climate change in Australia: implications for health and adaptation planning

This study reviews current evidence on the health risks of climate change for Australian Aboriginal populations and linked Aboriginal demographic data to historical and projected climate data to describe the distribution of climate-related exposures in Aboriginal compared to non-Aboriginal populations in New South Wales.
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