Mental Health Promotion for Refugees and Other Culturally and/or Linguistically Diverse Migrant Populations
Slewa-Younan, Shameran (editor)
Armstrong, Greg (editor)
This Special Issue gathers a wide range of investigations that focus on mental health promotion activities and initiatives for refugees and other culturally and/or linguistically diverse migrant populations.
Keywordsrefugee women; post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); traumatic experiences; sexual violence; systematic review; refugee; adolescent; assessment; screening; PTSD; interpreter; religious and community leaders; Arabic-speaking; refugees; stigma; mental illness; asylum seekers; Eritrea; Sudan; trauma; mental health care; mental health; help-seeking; physical health; structural barriers; trauma exposure; acculturation; discrimination; privacy; mindfulness-based intervention; stress management; mental health promotion; stepped care model; evaluation; migrant; Arabic speakers; Bangla speakers; Muslim; cultural adaptation; mentoring; migrants; women; empowerment; employability; migration; transit; MHPSS; Delphi method; asylum seeker; resettlement; health assessment; South Asian; physical activity; immigrants; primary healthcare access; settlement service organizations; health equity
Publication date and placeBasel, 2022