- Webinar - Migration, health & economics: mapping the field
28 April 2022, 13:00 - 15:30 CET.
Call for abstracts deadline 15 February 2022.
EPH 2021, Online event, pre-conferences/workshops:
- Pre-conference: Beyond the Covid-19 Syndemic: lessons learned for migrant and ethnic minority health
Organised by: EUPHA-MIG, Global Society of Migration, Ethnicity, Race & Health
WCPH 2020, Online event, pre-conferences/workshops:
- Workshop: Strategies on preventing and responding to violence and injuries among refugees and migrants (abstract)
Organised with: WHO/Europe, NIHMP (Italy)
- Symposium 'Challenges and Realistic solutions to migrant health burden in Europe'
12 June 2019
- Inaugural lecture by Charles Agyemang - Health migrant healthy society
12 June 2019
EPH 2019, Marseille, France, pre-conferences/workshops:
- Pre-conference is entitled "Health behaviours among migrants in Europe - what do we know?
In collaboration with the French Collaborative Institute on Migration
- Workshop: Better prison health for better public health with sections IDC and PHPP
EPH 2018, Ljubljana, Slovenia, pre-conferences/workshops:
- Pre-conference on Migrant Health Training and Dissemination, organized by International Organization for Migration (IOM), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), and Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER).
- Workshop: Migration, Ethics and public’s health on planet earth
- Workshop: Ensuring the health and well-being of older migrants and refugees
- Workshop: Health of Sexual and Gender Minorities in Hard-to-reach High-stigma Populations
The MERH 2018 Congress is hosted by an independent, non-profit making company working under the auspices of The University of Edinburgh, the European Public Health Association and NHS Health Scotland. We intend to deliver to you a memorable, affordable, academic and social programme in one of the most spectacular cities in the world.
Congress aims :
- To improve research, population health and health care for migrants and other discriminated-against populations
- To bring together policy, social science, clinical, social service and public health perspectives and share and transfer learning within and across countries.
- To examine contemporary problems across the globe and debate suggested solutions
- To Consider health effects of social, environmental and demographic change associated with population migration, and the effects on diseases and their causes
- To find ways to overcome differences in concepts and terminology so the field can be understood internationally in acceptable language.
- To provide opportunities for people to showcase their work and to meet to share experience and motivations
- To build networks that will last beyond the Congress itself
Please click here to go to the conference website. For the brief glossary, please click here. Please click here for the EUPHA statement.
Economic arguments in migrant health policy making:Bridging the evidence policy gap. International Workshop – Ben-Gurion University, 29-30 November 2017
EPH 2017, Stockholm, Sweden pre-conferences/workshops:
- Workshop: Understanding and meeting the sexual and reproductive health services among migrant women in Europe
EPH 2016, Vienna, Austria pre-conferences/workshops:
- Workshop: Health for All: Health policy making for refugees and other migrants: context, capacity, competences
- Workshop: Health of minority children in Europe. Organised together with the section Child and adolescent health, on 12 November 2016.
EPH 2015, Milan, Italy
- pre-conference: Public health and human rights: ensuring access to health care for refugees crossing the Mediterranean Sea. View the programme here.
EPH 2014, Glasgow, United Kingdom pre-conferences/workshops:
- Pre-conference: ‘Adaptation of health promotion and disease prevention interventions for migrant & ethnic minority populations: policy, practice and research’. View the full programme here and the presentations below. View the pre conference report here. Presentations:
- Raj Bhopal: Overview of migration, ethnicity and health in Scotland: law, policy, research, practice with special reference to the pre-conference theme
- Pauline Craig: NHS Health Scotland's role in promoting health and well-being in relation to migration, ethnicity and health
- Andrew Millard: Current state of Scotland's information systems to support the migration, ethnicity and health agenda
- Emma Davidson: Adapting health promotion interventions for ethnic minority populations: Key finding of an MRC/HTA project
- Sunita Wallia: Adapting the Prevention of Diabetes and Obesity in South Asians (PODOSA) trial: from Finnish Europeans to Scottish South Asians
- Karien Stronks: Adaptation of the DH!ANN Diabetes Prevention Project
- Celia Watt: Targeting ethnic minority populations for oral health improvement
- Charles Agyemang: Cultural adaptation of a hypertension control trial in patients of African origin
- Istvan Szilard and Erika Marek: Adapting health promotion and disease prevention services for Roma populations
- Christine Campbell: Adapting colorectal cancer screening for equity across ethnic groups
- Liliana Gomes: Developing healthy eating habits among ethnic minorities in Portugal
- Christiane Stock: Cultural competency in health promotion
- Iveta Nagyova: EUPHA section on Chronic diseases
Migrant and Ethnic Minority conferences
1st World Congress on Migration, Ethnicity, Race and Health
Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 17 - 19 May
For the website, click here.
6th European Conference on Migrant and Ethic Minority Health
Equity - the Policy Practice Gap in Health
Oslo, Norway, 23-25 June 2016
For the website, click here.
5th European Conference on Migrant and Ethic Minority Health
Granada, 10-12 April 2014
EUPHA supports the Granada Declaration from the Conference calling European governments to protect the health of migrants and ethnic minorities in Europe.
4th Conference on Migrant and Ethnic Minority Health in Europe
Università Bocconi, Italy, 21-23 June 20127
3rd Conference of Migrant and Ethnic Minority Health in Europe
University of Pécs Medical School, Hungary - 27-29 May 2010
29 November, 2022
Insights from the 15th European Public Health conference in Berlin, November 2022 - EUPHAnxt fellows' blogs
24 November, 2022
Migrant health in big cities: Can past health crises inform the future?
23 November, 2022
E-Collection on Health and health care for refugees and migrants
18 November, 2022
E-collection: Health and health care for refugees and migrants
03 October, 2022