Improving access for refugees: A health systems approach for high-income European countries

L Gumber



Millions of people across the globe have been forcefully displaced from their home countries owing to conflict and violations of human rights. This article discusses the impact of forced displacement on health inequalities, and the strategies that can be developed to support high-income European countries in improving access to healthcare, to promote better health and encourage the integration of refugees into society. 

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L Gumber, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK

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Southern African Journal of Public Health (incorporating Strengthening Health Systems) 2018;3(1):3. DOI:10.7196/SHS.2018.v3i1.75

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Date submitted: 2018-12-18
Date published: 2018-12-18

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