International migration to Canada: The post-birth health of mothers and…

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Publication year: 2012Source:Social Science & MedicineAnita J. Gagnon, Geoffrey Dougherty, Olive Wahoush, Jean-François Saucier, Cindy-Lee Dennis, Elizabeth Stanger, Becky Palmer, Lisa Merry, Donna E. Stewart There are over 214 million international migrants worldwide, half of whom are women, and all of them assigned by the receiving country to an immigration class. Immigration classes are associated with certain health risks and regulatory restrictions related to eligibility for health care. Prior to this study, reports of international migrant post-birth health had not been compared between immigration classes, with the exception of our earlier, smaller study in which we found asylum-seekers to be at greatest risk for health concerns

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