New Migrants in Primary Healthcare – How are services adapting? Summary and Mini Case Book
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The research was exploratory and formative. It looked at the services delivered in primary care organisations. The study took place between November 2015 and March 2016. Its methods were:
Survey and contact form: Non-probability sampleof GPs, other health professionals, practice managers and third sector providers who hadserved new migrant populations in the last fiveyears (n=70); Responses were sifted for contact details and selected for case studies.
In-depth case studies: Documentary analysis andin-depth interviews and focus groups with eightcase study primary care organisations.
University of Sheffield’s School of Health and Related Research ethics committee (ref no 006009)
The report was produced by the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) and the Academic Unit of Primary Medical Care (AUMPC), University of Sheffield. ISBN 978-0-9571207-3-0