Access to, and experiences of, healthcare services by trafficked people: findings from a mixed-methods study in England.

@article{Westwood2016AccessTA,
  title={Access to, and experiences of, healthcare services by trafficked people: findings from a mixed-methods study in England.},
  author={Joanne Louise Westwood and Louise Michele Howard and Nicky Stanley and Cathy Zimmerman and Claire Gerada and Sian Oram},
  journal={The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners},
  year={2016},
  volume={66 652},
  pages={
          e794-e801
        }
}
BACKGROUND Physical and psychological morbidity is high in trafficked people but little is known about their experiences of accessing and using healthcare services while, or after, being trafficked. AIM To explore trafficked people's access to, and use of, health care during and after trafficking. DESIGN AND SETTING A mixed-methods study - a cross-sectional survey comprising a structured interview schedule and open-ended questions - was undertaken in trafficked people's accommodation or… CONTINUE READING
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