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Briefing: Complex health problems

Briefing with the Head of Department

Sarah thinks: “Finally it´s here, my first day in the Refugee health team in the Department of Tropical Medicine, I´m so excited. I´m glad that the Head of Department has a few minutes for me for a briefing after having seen his first patient.”

The Refugee Health team consists of nurses, general practitioners, pediatricians, infectious disease specialists and an obstetrician/gynecologist. Please click on the video above to meet the Head of Department and listen to what he has to say about the complexity of health problems that patients with a refugee and asylum seeker background may suffer from.

In the next step you can find information on the right to health and health care for refugees and asylum seekers.

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