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The article summarises how collaboration between national governments contributes to the health and wellbeing of refugees settling in Australia.
By identifying and building on refugees’ strengths, resilience and human capital, Professor Shergold believes NSW can deliver better outcomes for both refugees and the communities they live in.
Refugees and asylum seekers often experience mental health problems associated with their migration experience, including anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. These may be particularly challenging to manage, especially if there are language and cultural differences between provider and patient.
This article outlines some of Canada’s healthcare responses for refugee populations.