From May 17 – 19, 2018, the 1st World Congress on Migration, Ethnicity, Race and Health took place at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. Hosted by the European Public Health Association and NHS Health Scotland, 740 people from 55 different countries came together to present and discuss the latest trends and research in equity, equality and human rights in relation to health and health care. Several members from the UPWEB team were represented at the conference. Jenny Phillimore, project leader of UPWEB, gave a keynote speech on Superdiversity, population health and health care: opportunities and challenges in a changing world, which used Data from the UPWEB project.
Here are more presentations held by UPWEB members:
Brand, T., F. Samkange-Zeeb, M. Hanke, R. Foraita and S. Rach (2018). “Is respondent driven sampling an effective strategy for recruiting research participants in superdiverse neighbourhoods in Germany?”
Brand, T., F. Samkange-Zeeb, M. Knecht, H. Bradby, B. Padilla, S. Pemberton, J. Phillimore and H. Zeeb (2018). “Unmet needs for healthcare in superdiverse neighbourhoods: results from the UPWEB study.”
Samkange-Zeeb, F., L. Doos, R Humphris, J Lopes, H Bradby (2018). “Language is still a major obstacle when accessing and/or providing healthcare services in several European countries.”
Zeeb, H., J. Phillimore, M. Knecht, B. Padilla, H. Bradby, S. Pemberton and T. Brand (2018). “Transnational healthcare usage in superdiverse neighbourhoods: survey results from European countries.”
More information on the presentations can be found on the website of the European Journal of Public Health.