Access to healthcare for people seeking and refused asylum in Great Britain: a review of evidence

Research Report
 

Which countries is it relevant to?

    • Great Britain

      Great Britain

First published: 29 Nov 2018

This research report is a review of evidence looking at the barriers people seeking or refused asylum face in trying to access healthcare services in the UK, and what may help them to do so more easily.

This report, and the partner report on lived experiences, will be of interest to people who play an important role in delivering healthcare and related support services to people seeking or refused asylum.

We have also made recommendations for what changes are needed to make sure that people seeking and refused asylum have full enjoyment of their right to health.

This review was carried out by Imperial College London, with primary data provided by Doctors of the World UK.

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