E-collection: Health and health care for refugees and migrants

It comes as no surprise that one of the priorities of the Czech presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU), which runs from July till December 2022, is “Managing the refugee crisis and Ukraine’s post-war recovery”. Per capita, the Czech Republic is receiving the most refugees from Ukraine. 

The Czech Society of Social Medicine and Health Care Management, EUPHA member, compiled a collection of papers from the European Journal of Public Health, presenting the evidence on access to care for refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants, which can be applied to the current context of the war in Ukraine. The editorial, which highlights possible courses of action to health policy makers in the EU, is co-authored by the vice-presidents of the EUPHA Migrant and ethnic minority section.

The e-collection on Health and health care for refugees and migrants
is available here.