“Basically, Everything Needs to be Adapted”: Provider Perceptions of Challenges and Recommendations for Effective Health Care with Karen People
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Karen refugees, Burma, newly settled refugees, cross-cultural health care, refugee health, refugee integration, health equity
Karen people from Burma are a new population in resettlement countries. While research increasingly documents their health needs, few studies describe how health-care providers adapt their practices to serve this group. The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of providers who work with Karen patients/clients in health settings, documenting the challenges they face, how they adapt their practice and recommendations.
International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care