Child Refugee And Migrant Health - Harkensee Christian (Curatore); Olness Karen (Curatore); Esmaili B. Emily (Curatore) | Libro Springer 08/2021 - HOEPLI.it


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harkensee christian (curatore); olness karen (curatore); esmaili b. emily (curatore) - child refugee and migrant health

Child Refugee and Migrant Health A Manual for Health Professionals

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Editore:

Springer

Pubblicazione: 08/2021
Edizione: 1st ed. 2021





Trama

This is a practical book for any health professional working with refugee children and families in various settings, from the initial humanitarian crisis, through displacement, living in camps, transfer between countries, settling in host countries, to return to the country of origin. Providing a holistic and intergenerational perspective, topics include the psychological impact, growth and nutrition, the management of chronic illness and infectious diseases, as well as the health of girls, pregnant women and mothers. Finally social issues such as education and the development of a healthy future generation are addressed.

Child Refugee and Migrant Health is a hands-on resource for anyone who cares for children, assessing and addressing their health and psychological needs, in the best way possible, with the available resources, in any setting. There is a strong focus not just on caring for refugee and migrant children in crisis situations, but also on their families, long term physical and mental health.





Sommario

Part 1: Introduction
Chapter 1: Refugee Children and their families: The bigger Picture

Part 2: Psychosocial Aspects of children in humanitarian emergencies
Chapter 2: Assessment and Early Intervention
Chapter 3: The Return to Happiness Program
Chapter 4: How Schools and Teachers can help displaced Children
Chapter 5: Trauma and PTSD in children who are refugees or immigrants
Chapter 6: Children’s understanding of and adjustment to death in the aftermath of a crisis
Chapter 7: Unaccompanied Minors
Chapter 8: How to help parents and other caretakers
Chapter 9: Coping with cultural Differences
Chapter 10: Clinics for Migrant and Refugee Children

Part 3: A lifetime perspective on child refugee and migrant health
Chapter 11: Malnutrition
Chapter 12: Food Security
Chapter 13: Child Development and developmental Concerns
Chapter 14: Child Health Promotion for refugees and other vulnerable populations

Part 4: Field Guide
Chapter 15: Preparation and Wellbeing for Humanitarian Workers
Chapter 16: Environment of Care
Chapter 17: Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases Outbreaks
Chapter 18: Data Management Systems for Child Refugees and Migrants
Chapter 19: Field Pharmacy
Chapter 20: Working with Interpreters
Chapter 21: Food and Nutrition Survey
Chapter 22: Nutrient Deficiencies
Chapter 23: Respiratory Illnesses
Chapter 24: Gastrointestinal Issues in Refugee Settings
Chapter 25: Childhood Infectious Diseases in Refugee Populations
Chapter 26: Adolescent Health
Chapter 27: Reproductive Health
Chapter 28: Newborn Care
Chapter 29: Burns, Bites and Stings
Chapter 30: Managing Epilepsy in Low Resource Settings
Chapter 31: Chronic Diseases
Chapter 32: Palliative Care





Autore

Dr Christian Harkensee, PhD, MSc, DLSHTM, DiMM, FRCPCH
Born in Hamburg, Germany, graduated in Medicine from Humboldt University Berlin in 1997. General paediatric training in Murnau (Germany), Scarborough, Chester, Liverpool and Newcastle upon Tyne (UK) from 1998-2006. Conducting full-time research at Tokai University (Kanagawa, Japan) and Newcastle University between 2006-2010 for a PhD in clinical medical sciences/immunogenetics (completed 2012). Sub-specialty training in paediatric immunology, infectious diseases and allergy in Newcastle upon Tyne and London, 2010-2012. Consultant in Paediatric Infectious Diseases at National University Hospital in Singapore (2012-2014), University Hospital North Tees in Stockton (2014-2018) and Queen Elizabeth Hospital Gateshead (since 2018), where I run a child refugee clinic. MSc in Infectious Diseases with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2013), extensive volunteering experience in humanitarian emergencies and capacity building.

Karen Olness MD is board certified in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics and Professor Emerita of Pediatrics, Global Health and Diseases at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in Ohio.   She has been a field worker, helping children in humanitarian emergencies in many countries. In 1996 she initiated programs at CWRU to train relief workers about the special needs of children in disasters.  These workshops have been replicated in many resource poor settings.  She is past chair of the Global Child Health Section of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Technical Advisory Group on Children in Humanitarian Emergencies of the IPA.  She is past President of the Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.  She has more than 150 publications and has received many awards from universities and professional organizations. 

Emily Esmaili DO MA FAAP, is a pediatrician with global health experience both locally and internationally. After residency at Wake Forest Medical Center, she worked in Laos for two years as country coordinator and pediatric faculty for the NGO Health Frontiers. She then moved to Rwanda to serve as visiting pediatric faculty through Yale University and the Human Resources for Health program. While there, she helped start a "farm-to-bedside" nutrition program for food-insecure hospitalized children, which she later established as a 501c3, Growing Health, Inc. She then returned to the US to earn her masters in Global Bioethics and Science Policy from Duke University, followed by a fellowship in refugee child health also from Duke. Dr. Esmaili now works for Lincoln Community Health Center in Durham, NC, which serves primarily low-income, immigrant and refugee children in the local community, where she also leads a grant-funded outreach program for refugee and immigrant families post-COVID. She has volunteered with humanitarian organizations in Greece, India, Nepal, Rwanda, and along the Thai-Burma border.







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Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9783030749057

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 1032 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:22 Illustrations, black and white
Pagine Arabe: 471
Pagine Romane: xvii






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