Interprofessional approach to refugee health

Third Party Event

Venue Online
City Online
County Dublin
Contact Hours 12
Event Type E-Learning
Specialities Gerontology, Musculoskeletal Therapy, Neurology, Orthopedics, Pain Management, Pediatrics, Professional Issues
Presenter Details The course is run by the Persons with Refugee Experience Project - Interprofessional (PREP-IP). This is an interprofessional and transnational collaboration of partners from educational and health institutions across Europe. The project is funded by the EU through Erasmus+. Trinity College Dublin is one of the partner organisations.
Refreshments Included No
Free Event Yes
How to Book Online form
Booking Link
Contact Person Emer McGowan
Contact Email [email protected]
Contact Phone 0860775298
Date 16 Oct 2023 15:47 - 24 Nov 2023 15:47

Persons with Refugee Experiences Education Project –
Interprofessional (PREP IP)
In this free online six-week course learners examine interprofessional approach to refugee health, by focusing on health and rehabilitation challenges caused by forced migrations globally. The course reviews health, political, environmental, social, technological, legal, and
environmental causes, and consequences of this phenomenon. It deepens learners' understanding of diverse aspects and challenges to refugee health including both physical and mental health. It prepares learners for interprofessional collaboration to address these challenges
within different contexts and systems while upholding human rights and promoting equity and inclusion of refugees.

Module 1: Global migrations, person with refugee experience and refugee health through interprofessional

Module 2: Enhancing refugee experience in a new health and social context.

Module 3: Interprofessional and intersectoral collaboration and refugee health.

Module 4: Respecting diversity in society and in healthcare: Implications for interprofessional collaboration in
refugee health.

Module 5: Social and occupational determinants of mental health.

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