This summary update details progress on the recommendations from the 2014 needs analysis, A needs analysis of catch-up immunisation in refugee-background and asylum seeker communities in Victoria; including recommendations either partially or fully achieved, and those that are still o
This national data report, published online July 2016, summarises the latest available data across a range of areas that impact on the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) of immigrant and refugee women. The data in this report has been obtained from a variety of sources ranging from
Identifying people from refugee backgrounds (including asylum seekers) in data sets in Victoria is vital to understanding health outcomes and service usage patterns of these individuals and communities. Identification also enables services providers, planners and funders to measure t
Useful questions for identifying a person who is an asylum seeker Client confidentiality is very important; be sensitive to your environment and take measures to provide a private place to talk. Also, a qualified interpreter may be required if a client has low English language profici
In recent years one in every twelve humanitarian entrants to Australia have resettled in Melbourne’s south east, in the Cities of Greater Dandenong and Casey. The region’s Refugee Health Research Consortium commissioned a study to examine whether the primary healthcare needs of local
This Department of Immigration website allows you to generate reports based on immigration statistics. You can run reports based on visa codes, areas of settlement and years of settlement. This is a helpful tool for population and strategic planning.