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There are a number of invited and submitted workshops throughout the programme. To view all workshop abstracts, click here.

You can find an overview of all workshops and their timings below:

Thursday, 17th May
11.30 – 13.001.6-W1Health equity and migration in the Americas: a knowledge building and policy change strategy to improve our collective understanding and actions
11.30 – 13.001.7-W1How can we further rights-based and evidence-based policies on migrant and ethnic minority health?
11.30 – 13.001.8-W1Research from the UCL-Lancet Commission on migration and health
11.30 – 13.001.9-W1Ethnicity, race and Place Nexus – understanding migrant and minority ethnic health and wellbeing in rural areas in the Global North
13.30 - 14.30L1-2Estimating post-migration HIV acquisition: implications for prevention and policy
13.30 - 14.30L1-3Evidence based guidelines for newly arrived migrant and building migrant health networks
16.00 - 17.302.6-W1Indigenous data and health: critical research approaches and indigenous data sovereignty
16.00 - 17.302.7-W1(Re)framing the migration and health research agenda: a panel discussion
16.00 - 17.302.8-W1Caring for refugees, survivors of torture and other vulnerable migrants, whilst also looking after yourself
16.00 - 17.302.9-W1Diversity in the clinic: what health care professionals need to know to care for their patients
Friday, 18th May
10.30 – 12.003.6-W1Public Health England’s role in helping to protect and improve the health of migrant and ethnic minority populations
10.30 – 12.003.7-W1Ethical dimensions of migration, diversity and health– implications for policy and practice in a globalised world
10.30 – 12.003.8-W1Impacting clinical and cultural competencies through cross-cultural connections: the development of an International Indigenous Academic Health Network
10.30 – 12.003.9-W1IOM - migration health governance: from data to access
12.30 – 13.30L2-2Determinants of dietary behaviour in migrants – the role of acculturation
12.30 – 13.30L2-3Is the right to health (care) an equal right? Focus: refugees and undocumented migrants
12.30 – 13.30L2-4Health burden in Sub-Saharan African populations in high income countries – policy response and future research
13.30 - 15.004.6-W1The Scottish Health and Ethnicity Linkage Study (SHELS): a fertile oasis of information for an increasingly diverse society
13.30 - 15.004.7-W1The challenge of training health professionals in health care oriented towards cultural and ethnic diversity
13.30 - 15.004.8-W1Racism, xenophobia and prejudice against migrants and ethnic minorities – imperatives for action for societal well-being
13.30 - 15.004.9-W1How did health monitoring in Germany respond to the refugee movement of 2015? A critical analysis
15.30 – 17.005.6-W1Migration, ethnicity, race and health - how we do it in Scotland
15.30 – 17.005.7-W1Migrant and ethnic minority participation in health decision-making: achieving inclusive participatory spaces
15.30 – 17.005.8-W1Occupational health disparities among global migrants and refugees
15.30 – 17.005.9-W1Right to care and mechanisms to resist restrictive policies: an activist workshop
Saturday, 19th May
10.30 - 12.006.6-W1Overcoming the barriers migrants face in accessing health care
10.30 - 12.006.7-W1The Born in Bradford cohorts: conducting research in a multi-ethnic setting
10.30 - 12.006.8-W1Interventions for good practice in maternity care for immigrant women – insights from the ROAM collaboration. ROAM: Reproductive Outcomes Among Migrants
10.30 - 12.006.9-W1Integrated healthcare management for populations in transit: the case of tuberculosis
13.45 - 15.157.6-W1Contested policy frameworks and Implications for access to healthcare and protection of migrants in Europe
13.45 - 15.157.8-W1What can health humanities contribute to understanding and tackling ethnic and racial health inequities?
13.45 - 15.157.9-W1Migrants and health data: concerns and solutions