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  • Asian, refugee and migrant communities

    Asian, refugee and migrant communities

    Since 2008 Te Pou has been working to develop and share evidence around what works and what does not work in mental health promotion, service access and service delivery for these specific population groups. See right side for publications including research summaries, fact sheets and talking therapy guide.
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    Asian, Refugee & Migrant Mental Health
    Type
    Online Evidence Based Resource
    Publisher
    Te Pou
  • Migrant and Refugee Mental Health Websites

    Migrant and Refugee Mental Health Websites

    Useful links related to migrant and refugee mental health
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    Topic
    Refugee & Migrant Mental Health
    Type
    Website Links
    Publisher
    Other
  • Quick Facts and Statistics

    Quick Facts and Statistics

    Please note the research listed is not intended to be an extensive list of research available on these topics. Some of these resources can be accessed through our Resource & Information Service. In some cases, you may need to contact your local or tertiary library.

    The majority of the wording is direct from the study referenced. Please consult the complete study to ensure these quotes are understood in context of the research undertaken and that they are suitable for your intended purpose. Please do not quote the Mental Health Foundation as the source, but use the original research reference as listed.
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    Asian, Children & Young People, Depression - General, Maori Mental Health, Older People, Pacific Peoples, Statistics, Corrections/Prisons, Primary Care, Refugee & Migrant Mental Health, Women's Mental Health
    Type
    Statistics
    Publisher
    Mental Health Foundation
  • Refugee Health Care: A Handbook for Health Professionals

    Refugee Health Care: A Handbook for Health Professionals

    The 2012 update of the Refugee Health Care: A handbook for health professionals discusses new refugee communities settled in New Zealand, emerging trends in the health of refugee groups and current therapies, and adds new service providers. Written in consultation with health providers, experts in the field and people from refugee backgrounds, the handbook is designed to support health workers in primary, community and secondary health care settings in the delivery of safe, effective and culturally appropriate care for their refugee clients.
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    Topic
    Refugee & Migrant Mental Health
    Type
    Guidelines
    Publisher
    Ministry of Health
  • Rights-based approaches to mental health services with refugees: an annotated bibliography

    Rights-based approaches to mental health services with refugees: an annotated bibliography

    This literature review provides an overview of Aotearoa New Zealand and international literature relating to rights-based approaches to mental health services with former refugees. This resource is intended to support both therapy services and advocacy.
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    Topic
    Refugee & Migrant Mental Health
    Type
    Research
    Publisher
    Change Makers

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