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- 1. Her cry is my cry: resettlement experiences of refugee women at risk recently resettled in Australia - May 2018
Refugee women entering resettlement countries on woman-at-risk visas represent a particularly vulnerable population. While their specific gender-based resettlement will likely differ from the general refugee population, little is known about their experiences of early resettlement, with which to inform resettlement policy and practice. This research aimed to explore lived experiences of recently resettled refugee women at risk in Australia.
- 2. Adjustment of refugee children and adolescents in Australia: outcomes from wave three of the Building a New Life in Australia study - December 2018
This study examined the post-migration adjustment of refugee children and adolescents 2–3 years after arrival to Australia. The authors aimed to estimate the overall rate of adjustment among young refugees and explore associations with adjustment and factors across individual, family, school, and community domains, using a large and broadly representative sample.
- 3. Being Hopeful: Exploring the Dynamics of Post-traumatic Growth and Hope in Refugees - July 2019
This research probed beyond refugees’ distressed psychological wellbeing by exploring contributory factors to refugees’ effective resettlement during the post-migration phase.
- 4. Bhutanese Older Adult Refugees Recently Resettled in the United States: A Better Life With Little Sorrows - February 2018
This study explores the experiences and adjustment process among older Bhutanese refugees resettled in the United States and identifies their unmet health and social service needs.
- 5. Capacity Building for Refugee Mental Health in Resettlement: Implementation and Evaluation of Cross-Cultural Trauma-Informed Care Training - May 2020
Refugee mental health needs are heightened during resettlement but are often neglected due to challenges in service provision, including lack of opportunities for building capacity and partnership among providers. This research evaluates a culturally-responsive refugee mental health training, called Cross-Cultural Trauma-Informed Care (CC-TIC) training.
- 6. Death and dying in a Karen refugee community: An overlooked challenge in the resettlement process - April 2018
Jessica Nancy Bird. Ethnography. Article first published online: April 9, 2018
- 7. Depression, Anxiety, and Acculturative Stress Among Resettled Bhutanese Refugees in Australia - July 2018
Despite awareness of the difficulties faced by refugees in flight, little is known about their mental health following resettlement. This article investigated rates, predictors, and moderators of anxiety, depression, and acculturative stress among members of the resettled Bhutanese refugee community in northern Queensland.
- 8. Depression-level symptoms among Syrian refugees: findings from a Canadian longitudinal study - July 2020
Canada launched the Syrian Refugee Resettlement Initiative in 2015 and resettled over 40,000 refugees. The aim of this research was to evaluate the prevalence of depression-level symptoms at baseline and one year post-resettlement and analyze its predictors.
- 9. Determinants of Mental Illness Among Humanitarian Migrants: Longitudinal Analysis of Findings From the First Three Waves of a Large Cohort Study - October 2019
As refugee numbers grow worldwide, understanding prevalence and determinants of mental illness in this population becomes increasingly important. This study used longitudinal data to examine the initial years of resettlement in Australian refugees with a focus on ethnic-like social support.
- 10. Discrimination: a health hazard for people from refugee and asylum-seeking backgrounds resettled in Australia - March 2020
Research has shown that discrimination is harmful to health, but there is relatively little known about discrimination experienced by people from refugee and asylum-seeking backgrounds in resettlement countries and associated health effects. This qualitative-focused mixed methods paper reports on discrimination experienced by refugees and asylum seekers, responses to discrimination, and impacts on health.