Report of the AM in Bristol

by Ela Czapka and Hanna Murray-Carlsson This year ENIEC’s annual meeting was held in Bristol, UK, thanks to hard work of the organizing committee, especially our colleague Aandeloris Chacon together with her team from Bristol Black Carers, and Bristol City Council. Even strong wind could not have stopped us. However, it caused numerous flight delays and […]

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Reaching Consensus on Migration Health Data

written by Nikolett Arnold In order to facilitate the realization of those tasks highlighted in numerous high level documents and declarations as well as acting in line with our WCC TOR, we propose that University of Pécs Medical School and its WCC, in cooperation with WHO EURO PHAME program and with the support and participation […]

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New Research Group ‘Migration, Care and Ageing’ Established in Finland

by Ulla Buchert Members of the research group from left to right: Vanessa May, Sirpa Wrede, Anastasia Asikainen, Laura Kemppainen, Anne Kouvonen, Anna-Leena Riitaoja, Nuriiar Safarov, Ulla Buchert, Veera Koskinen, Antero Olakivi. A new Finnish research group ‘Migration, Care and Ageing’ (MICA) started its’ work in the beginning of the last year. The group is […]

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Talking about life and death

written by Dr Gudule Boland Intercultural palliative care Talking about life and death isn’t easy for anyone. Migrant families find it even more difficult. To stimulate conversations about the last phase of life, Pharos – centre of expertise on health disparities – has made films to stimulate families to talk about it. Important topics in […]

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Eniec members in the Conference “Care for and social well-being of older migrants”

Next year on the 19th of February five of our ENIEC members will contribute to a conference in Leiden, The Netherlands, which is organised by Imiscoe, a European network of scholars of migration and integration with a focus on comparative research. The theme of this conference is ‘Care for and social well-being of older migrants’. Hanna […]

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Specialist in Migration Health course launched in Pécs

written by Nikolett Arnold The University of Pécs Medical School Department of Migration Health has launched the Specialist in Migration Health course this fall. The course is full-time postgraduate training course for students who already have at least a Bachelor’s degree in a one of the specified fields. The course is a 120 ECTS course […]

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