S62.01 - The impact of migration on mental health and mental illness

  title={S62.01 - The impact of migration on mental health and mental illness},
  author={Cyril Hoschl and Pedro Ruiz and Miquel Casas and Michael Musalek and Wolfgang Gaebel and L{\'i}via Vavru{\vs}ov{\'a}},
  journal={European Psychiatry},
  pages={S42 - S42}
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