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Migration and mental health

by Dinesh Bhugra

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Emigration and immigration,
  • Mental health,
  • Psychotherapy

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCambridge books online.
    Statementedited by Dinesh Bhugra and Susham Gupta
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC451.4.E45 M53 2010eb
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource (xv, 350 p.)
    Number of Pages350
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27074963M
    ISBN 109780521190770, 9780511760990
    OCLC/WorldCa698589474

    Katherine Ponte is a mental health advocate, writer and entrepreneur. She is the founder of ForLikeMinds, the first online peer-based support community dedicated to people living with or supporting someone with mental illness, and Bipolar Thriving, a recovery coaching service for caregivers and their loved ones affected by bipolar disorder.   In doing so, they face daily the considerable challenges that this heterogenic group brings in terms of communication, culture, and legal status as well as physical and mental health. This accessible book has been carefully crafted to enable primary health care professionals to develop the skills and competencies required to deliver appropriate.

    Since he has concentrated on issues of migration and culture and was awarded his present chair in Together with Charles Watters he teaches in the European MA network on ‘Migration, Mental Health and Social Care’. He has a lifelong interest in the social dimension of psychology and in interdisciplinary research and practice.   In addition to pre-migration factors such as exposure to torture or human trafficking, post-migration factors, including prolonged asylum procedures, prohibition from working, poverty and poor housing are significantly associated with poor mental health [6,7,8,9].

    DOI link for Migration, Ethnicity, and Mental Health. Migration, Ethnicity, and Mental Health book. International Perspectives, Edited By Angela McCarthy, Catharine Coleborne. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 6 February Back to book. chapter 1. 14 : Angela Mccarthy, Catharine Coleborne. This book provides a framework to guide mental health providers who work with refugees and immigrants. The authors describe the unique needs and challenges of serving these populations, and offer concrete steps for providing evidence-based, culturally-responsive care.


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Migration and mental health by Dinesh Bhugra Download PDF EPUB FB2

Journal of Migration and Health is a broad scope Open Access journal publishing research, reviews, and other publication forms on any topics relevant to Migration and Health. This includes, but is not limited to, Infectious Diseases, non-communicable diseases, psychological conditions, as well as provision of and access to healthcare and related topics.

The impact of migration on an individual's mental health is multifaceted and affects different aspects of the individual, whether it is biological, social or psychological.

Migration involves a series of losses, such as the family and the familiar society; both emotional and structural losses are experienced. Human migration is a global phenomenon and is on the increase. It occurs as a result of 'push' factors (asylum, natural disaster), or as a result of 'pull' factors (seeking economic or educational improvement).

Whatever the cause of the relocation, the outcome requires individuals to adjust to their new surroundings and cope with the stresses involved, and as a.

Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Migration and Mental Health.

Edited by Dinesh Bhugra, Susham Gupta; Online ISBN: Your name * Please enter your name. Your email address *. Published by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Migration and Health informs about current mobile populations and health issues around the world. In addition to an in-depth editorial, Migration and Health includes book reviews, notes on meetings, and summaries of recently published research.

Migration and Health is available in English. The relationship between migration and mental health is controversial, contested, and pertinent. In a highly mobile world, where voluntary and enforced movements of population are increasing and likely to continue to grow, that relationship needs to be better understood, yet the terminology is often vague and the issues are wide-ranging.

This volume explores all aspects of migration, on all scales, and its effect on mental health. It covers migration in the widest sense and does not limit itself to refugee studies. It covers issues specific to the elderly and the young, as well as providing practical tips for clinicians on how to improve their own cultural competence in the.

Forced Migration and Mental Health: This book is relevant to all those working with refugees and displaced persons across the mental health disciplines of psychiatry, psychology and social work, as well as to policy makers and students in these areas.

Keywords. The International Journal of Migration and Mental Health from Psychosocial and Communitarian Perspective is coming to the public with the desire to bring knowledge, ideas and experiences about the current state of mental health of immigrants in the world today.

A world in which problems rapidly accumulate for people who emigrate. The relationship between migration and mental health is controversial, contested, and pertinent. In a highly mobile world, where voluntary and enforced movements of population are increasing and likely to continue to grow, that relationship needs to be better understood, yet the terminology is often vague and the issues are : $   Migration and mental health of older people Ajit Shah; Migration and its effects on child mental health Nisha Dogra, Khalid Karim and Pablo Ronzoni; Mental health issues related to migration in women Prabha Chandra; Adapting mental health services to the needs of migrants and ethnic minorities J.

Ingleby; /5(2). Migration-health and lifestyle. In the year of Odergaard conducted a research to know migration and its connection with mental health of migrants. He found that the people who migrated (Norwegian emigrants to Minnesota, USA) had genetically predisposed psychosis and later they developed Schizophrenia.

The increasing number of refugees, asylum seekers and irregular migrants poses a challenge for mental health services in Europe. This review found that these groups are exposed to risk factors for mental disorders before, during and after migration.

The prevalence rates of psychotic, mood and substance use disorders in these groups are variable but overall are similar to those in the. Human migration is a global phenomenon and is on the increase. Whatever the cause of the relocation, there is potential for disruption to mental health.

This volume explores all aspects of migration. It will be of interest to mental health professionals and those involved in establishing health and social : Hardcover.

Article: Topic: S34 - Symposium Workforce and migration and brain drain Migration and Mental Health D. Bhugra1 1David Goldberg Centre, Maudsley International, London, United Kingdom Nowadays, there is an unprecedented degree of interconnectivity and mobility, that makes worthwhile to look for migration onto the new global context by.

What they found was that regardless of religion, students reported significantly worse mental health after the election. However, the prevalence of students with a mental health concern increased more among Muslims than non-Muslims – there was an percent increase among Muslims, and a percent increase among non-Muslims.

Refugees, asylum seekers and irregular migrants are at heightened risk for certain mental health disorders, including post-traumatic stress, depression and psychosis.

Sinceover million refugees and migrants have arrived to European countries by the Mediterranean Sea. In addition, almost 3 million Syrian refugees are living in Turkey.

Mental Health and Migration: The Case of the Irish, ss Elizabeth Malcolm 3. Migration, Madness And The Celtic Fringe: A Comparison of Irish and Scottish Admissions to Four Canadian Mental Hospitals, C. David Wright and Tom Themeles 4.

Migration and Madness in New Zealand’s Asylums, Angela McCarthy 5. Read "Migration and Mental Health" by available from Rakuten Kobo. Human migration is a global phenomenon and is on the increase. The book will be of interest to all mental health professionals and those involved in establishing health and social policy.

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It occurs as a result of 'push' factors (asylum, natural. The book explains the process of migration and the uses and misuses of the key concepts of race and ethnicity, illustrating their strengths and weaknesses in epidemiology, policy making, health service planning, research, health care and health promotion.Human migration is a global phenomenon and is on the increase.

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