Navigating the Politics and Ethics of Hospitality: Inclusive Practice with Forced Migrants – Ravinder K Sidhu, Donata Rossi-Sackey – The British Journal of Social Work Dec 21, 2020 Access the full article here (FREE)
Reconceptualising specialisation: integrating refugee health in primary care – Donata Sackey, Meryl Jones and Rebecca Farley – Australian Journal of Primary Health (Sept, 2020)
If we don’t count it…It doesnt count – Towards Consistent National Data Collection and
Reporting on Cultural, Ethnic and Linguistic Diversity – Issues Paper by FECCA (Oct, 2020)
Developing interprofessional collaboration between clinicians, interpreters, and translators in healthcare settings: outcomes from face-to-face training – Claire Xiaochi Zhang, Emma Crawford, Jeanne Marshall, Anne Bernard & Katie Walker-Smith (July 2020)
Using Evidence to Improve Refugee Resettlement: A Monitoring and Evaluation Road Map – Aliyyah Ahad, Camille Le Coz, Hanne Beirens Migration Policy Institute (June 2020)
Effective consultation: a strategy to enhance Queensland Health’s Patient Experience data collection from people of a refugee background – Findings arising from the Patient Experience Project (April, 2020) – Mater Centre for Integrated Care and Innovation
Development and evaluation of interprofessional e-learning for speech pathologists, interpreters and translators by Claire Xiaochi Zhang, Jeanne Marshall, Anne Bernard, Katie Walker-Smith The International Journal of Translation and Interpreting Research Vol 12, No.1 (2020).
Timeline of Australia’s refugee policies  UNSW Law Society Court of Conscience 13
Australian Government Department of Health Exploratory Analysis of Barriers to Palliative Care – Issues Report on Refugees, September 2019
A model explaining refugee experiences of the Australian healthcare system: a systematic review of refugee perceptions Michael Au , Athire Debbie Anandakumar, Robyn Preston, Robin A. Ray and Meg Davis BMC International Health and Human Rights (2019) 19:22
Review into Integration, Employment and Settlement Outcomes for Refugees and Humanitarian Entrants in Australia (Feb 2019) – Peter Shergold, Kerrin Benson and Margaret Piper.
No More Silence – A project has been designed to conduct research on child sexual abuse (CSA) and culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities in Australia.
Community engagement with refugee-background communities around health: the experience of the Group of 11 – Paula Peterson, Samira Ali, Alie Kenneh and Ally Wakefield – Australian Journal of Primary Health Care April 2019
People from refugee and asylum seeking backgrounds: an open access annotated bibliography (Aug 2019) Sally Baker Refugee Education Special Interest Group
A model explaining refugee experiences of the Australian healthcare system: a systematic review of refugee perceptions – Michael Au, Athire Debbie Anandakumar, Robyn Preston, Robin A. Ray & Meg Davis BMC International Health and Human Rights volume 19, (2019)
Pharmacy practitioners’ lived experiences of culture in multicultural Australia: From perceptions to skilled practice – Jasmina Fejzic, Michelle Barker June, 2019
Experiences of Health Care among Refugee and Asylum Seeker Residents in Regional Victoria – University of Melbourne
Migrant and Refugee Women’s Health Partnership (Jan, 2019): Competency Standards Framework for Clinicians – Culturally responsive clinical practice and Guide for clinicians working with interpreters in healthcare settings
The Settlement Council of Australia (SCOA); Refugee Council of Australia (RCOA); the National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA); and the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) released a new report outlining the significant obstacles faced by refugees with disabilities who are living in Australia (Feb 2019).
Building a New Life in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Humanitarian Migrants– National Centre for Longitudinal Data
Enhancing health literacy strategies in the settlement of migrant and refugee women (Feb 2018) – Migrant and Refugee Women’s Health Partnership
Intimate partner violence in Australian refugee communities – Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) – Intimate partner violence in Australian refugee communities: Scoping review of issues and responses Alissar El-Murr (Dec, 2018) Watch the video here
Cultural responsiveness in a paediatric hospital setting People, processes, and practice environment. Claire Xiaochi Zhang & Emma Crawford, Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Pathology, Vol 20, No. 3, 2018
Seizing the opportunity: Making the most of the skills and experience of migrants and refugees – A research report for Multicultural Affairs Queensland (November 2018)
Congolese Men and Women of Good Hope: The Legacies of Refugee Camps for Work Market Readiness in Hyper-Diverse Cities (2018) Ngendakurio, John Bosco – Masters Thesis
DEALING WITH DIVERSITY: Aged care services for new and emerging communities (August 2018) – National Seniors Australia
Intergovernmental collaboration for the health and wellbeing of refugees settling in Australia (March, 2018) Belinda Martin, Paul Douglas
Supporting the Mental Health & Wellbeing of Resettled Refugees – THE WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST OF AUSTRALIA. Report by Greg Turner – 2017 Churchill Fellow
An unnecessary penalty: Economic impacts of changes to the Status Resolution Support Services (SRSS) – FULL REPORT (Sept, 2018)
Working Together to improved health literacy of women from refugee backgrounds (Aug 2017) – Health Issues Centre and Victorian Refugee Health Network
The Royal Australasian College of Physicians Refugee and Asylum Seeker Health
Position Statement (May 2015)
Coordinated Primary Health Care for Refugees: A Best Practice Framework for Australia – Russell G, Harris M, Cheng I, Kay M, Vasi S, Joshi C, Chan B, Lo W, Wahidi S, Advocat J, Pottie K, Smith M, Furler J (2013). Report to the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute.
Other Research links
The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne Immigrant Health Service has a webpage intended as a clearing house for refugee health research in Australia. Information available in the published peer reviewed literature has been compiled, and links to the relevant PubMed or ERIC abstract are shown.
The Victoria Refugee Health Network library contains resources, policy documents, reports, weblinks and pages relating to refugee health.