A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9

Immigrant Parents’ Settlement Experiences and Contributions to Children’s Health: Analysis, Knowledge Transfer and Exchange (2007)

Simich, L. Hamilton, Fenta, H. Marshall, L.
Literature Type:
Grey Literature
Center of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement (CERIS- The Ontario Metropolis Centre)
Source of Grey Literature:
  • Think-tank/Research network
Which other/Specify other:
paper from a think tank
Type of Grey Literature:
  • Other(reports/working papers/e-bulletins)
Funding Source:
RFP Competition of CERIS-the Ontario Metropolis Centre.
  • Ontario Urban/Other(Specify)
  • Toronto
Type of Research:
  • Explorative/Descriptive/Experience-Based
  • Policy Research
Key Methods and Data Sources:
  • Qualitative
  • Quantiative - collecting new data for the study
Which other/Specify other:
Qualitative data collected through focus groups and quantitative data collected through surveys, census data.
Quantitative - Analysing Existing Data:
  • Census Data
  • Quantitative - Existing
Sub-pop Experiencing Inequities:
  • Immigrant/Newcomer/Refugees
  • Women
Keywords for Health Issue:
parents' settlement experience to children's health
Health Outcomes:
  • Depression
  • Mental health
  • Stress
Health Equity/Inequity?:
  • Culture
  • Education & Literacy
  • Ethnicity
  • Gender
  • Immigrant status
  • Language knowledge
  • Stigma/self-esteem/identity and health
Policy Implications:
Supporting and expanding the school, settlement and public health programs and collaboration would appear to be viable policy directions.
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