Protecting Australia – closing the gap in immunisation for migrants and refugees. Proceedings from a stakeholder workshop

Anita Heywood, Raina Macintyre & Elizabeth Kpozehouen
Health inequity and provision of health care to resettled refugees and new migrants are complex and critical issues worldwide. These groups often have lower rates of health care utilisation and poor access to care and preventive services. As such, refugees and migrants are at increased risk of under-immunisation compared to Australian-born residents and higher rates of many vaccine-preventable diseases are reported in migrant Australians, particularly after travel. There are numerous barriers to addressing low immunisation...
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