Imperfect prescription : mental health perceptions , experiences and challenges faced by the Somali community in the London Borough of Camden and service responses to them

@inproceedings{Palmer2006ImperfectP,
  title={Imperfect prescription : mental health perceptions , experiences and challenges faced by the Somali community in the London Borough of Camden and service responses to them},
  author={David Palmer},
  year={2006}
}
Refugees and asylum seekers often have complex and multiple needs, are amongst the most marginalised, vulnerable and socially excluded people in our society and are particularly disadvantaged in relation to mental health experience and health access. These disadvantages are complicated by the fact that they are likely to be linked to both the personal and institutional migration process and subsequent experiences within institutions, which may culturally disadvantage them. Refugees are ABSTRACT 

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