Migration and Health: A Framework for 21st Century Policy-Making

Zimmerman, Cathy; Kiss, Ligia; Hossain, Mazeda
May 2011
PLoS Medicine;May2011, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p1
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the issues involving the policy-making on migration and health worldwide. The authors emphasize the need for policies that protect migrant and public health to address the multiple phases of the migratory process, which include pre-departure, travel and destination, to become effective. They also offer a framework of the migratory process and the five phase of migration.


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