Social medicine, infectious diseases and migration (SIM)
The Social medicine, Infectious Diseases and Migration research group studies social determinants and consequences of disease, evaluates interventions to improve health care access and equity, assesses the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of screening programmes and determines health needs of migrants. The group is multidisciplinary and uses social epidemiology, qualitative methods, digital technology as well as health economy and implementation research methods.
About the research we conduct and our current projects.
The group members and affiliates with the Social Medicine, Infectious Diseases and Migration group.
List of recent publications from the SIM research group.