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A magyar egészségügyi rendszer a példa nélkül álló migráció mértéke miatt új kihívásokkal szembesül. Az érkező menedékkérők heterogén csoportot alkotnak. Ezen egyének egészségügyi igénye változó mértékben függ a származási országtól és az érkezésük előtt kapott egészségügyi szolgáltatás minőségétől, nem beszélve a migrációs folyamat egészségre tett hatásairól. A tanulmányban leírásra kerülnek azok a nehézségek, amelyekkel a menedékkérők a szolgáltatás igénybevételekor és azok, amelyekkel a klinikusok a szolgáltatás nyújtásakor szembesülhetnek. Az összefoglaló célja, hogy biztosítsa az egészségügyi dolgozók számára azt a tudást, amely a menedékkérők kulturálisan tudatos és klinikailag informált ellátásához feltétlenül szükséges. Orv. Hetil., 2016, 157(1), 23–29.

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