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Social capital and rural health for refugee communities in Australia

The objective of this paper is to show how social ties are important for participants’ health, both facilitating access to resources, including health services, and connecting people to health-promoting living conditions.

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.
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Traditional Human Immunodeficiency Virus treatment and family and social influence as barriers to accessing HIV care services in Belu, Indonesia

Access to HIV care services, including antiretroviral therapy (ART), is essential for improving health outcomes of people living with HIV (PLHIV) and reducing HIV transmission and AIDS-related deaths. As a part of a qualitative study in Belu, this paper describes the use of traditional medicines...
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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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Mental health challenges and the associated factors in women living with HIV who have children living with HIV in Indonesia: a qualitative study

Women living with HIV (WLHIV) are vulnerable to various mental health challenges. However, there is a paucity of studies globally and in the Indonesian context that have specifically explored mental health challenges among mothers living with HIV who also have children living with HIV (CLHIV)...