How to develop the mental health care that refugees really need

“When refugees arrive in Canada, they meet a health-care system that is often ill-equipped to address their complex social and psychological needs,” writes Lloy Wylie in The Conversation. “Health-care providers felt poorly prepared and supported to provide transcultural trauma-informed care.”

Read the full article at The Conversation. Want to learn more about Lloy’s research? You might also be interested in watching the video of Lloy’s recent update on the Educating for Equity initiative, which focuses on the questions and barriers of indigenous health equity in regional hospitals.

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