Home | Tag Archives: asylum seekers

Tag Archives: asylum seekers

The health of those who seek asylum – our role

There are many opportunities to provide care to this most vulnerable group.  Asylum seekers are amongst the most vulnerable of the world; displaced, enduring long unknown journeys, often dealing with the effects of trauma, torture and poverty. In addressing these ...

More »

Tackle racism, says researcher

Calls for nursing to address racism and prejudice as a matter of urgency.  Nurses have continued to deny the issue of racism in the profession that continues unabated and unaddressed, says Scott W. Trueman, a Queensland mental health nurse educator. ...

More »

Giving a voice to the voiceless

Helping people from war-torn lands, refugee health is a dynamic mix of advocacy, care co-ordination and social support. Linda Belardi talks to one nurse in the field. There’s nothing Ambi Kaur enjoys more than having a spirited argument with her ...

More »