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Intersectoral approaches and integrated services in achieving the right to health for refugees upon resettlement: a scoping review protocol

Journal article
Authors D. Javadi
E. V. Langlois
S. Ho
Peter Friberg
G. Tomson
Published in Bmj Open
Volume 7
Issue 8
ISSN 2044-6055
Publication year 2017
Published at Institute of Medicine, Department of Molecular and Clinical Medicine
Language en
Links doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2017-016638
Keywords access, care
Subject categories Public health science

Abstract

Introduction Global insecurity and climate change are exacerbating the need for improved management of refugee resettlement services. International standards hold states responsible for the protection of the right of non-citizens to an adequate standard of physical and mental health while recognising the importance of social determinants of health. However, programmes to protect refugees' right to health often lack coordination and monitoring. This paper describes the protocol for a scoping review to explore barriers and facilitators to the integration of health services for refugees; the content, process and actors involved in protecting refugee health; and the extent to which intersectoral approaches are leveraged to protect refugees' right to health on resettlement, especially for vulnerable groups such as women and children. Methods and analysis Peer-reviewed (through four databases including MEDLINE, Web of Science, Global Health and PsycINFO) and grey literature were searched to identify programmes and interventions designed to promote refugee health in receiving countries. Two reviewers will screen articles and abstract data. Two frameworks for integration and intersectoral action will be applied to understand how and why certain approaches work while others do not and to identify the actors involved in achieving success at different levels of integration as defined by these frameworks. Ethics and dissemination Findings from the scoping review will be shared in relevant conferences and meetings. A brief will be created with lessons learnt from successful programmes to inform decision making in design of refugee programmes and services. Ethical approval is not required as human subjects are not involved.

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