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New study investigates health problems disproportionately affecting migrants

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New study investigates health problems disproportionately affecting migrants
Posted on: July 14 2014, 12:03 pm

See survey below - please share widely
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UCL is now actively recruiting for the aMASE Community Survey. As you may know this is a pan-European study (available in 14 languages) which aims to help identify the barriers to healthcare, in particular sexual health and HIV care. I would be really grateful if you could promote the survey among your contacts. Anyone aged 18 & over and living outside their country of birth is eligible to participate, irrespective of their HIV status.  This is a European Commission funded study so it has a real chance of making a difference across Europe.
 
The survey is here: www.amase.eu
 
Article attached can be circulated (if people want to know more) as well as press release below. 
https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/0514/300514-New-study-investigates-migrant-health-issues/
 
Oh and it would be grand if you could “Like” our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/amasestudy
 
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