Migrant Communities and Health Network
About the Network
Migrant Communities and Health (MICH) Network is initiated by Researchers, Postdocs and PhD students at KI whose research is relevant to the health of migrants, refugees, and ethnic minorities.
- To create a space for sharing insights from our research
- To be up-to-date on policies relating to migration, integration and health
- To collaborate with and support the research on Migrant Health in Sweden
- To offer a welcoming and supportive network for potential researchers, postdocs and PhD students
Collaborating Research Groups
The MICH Network operates with a cross-disciplinary research groups at the Department of Public Health Sciences from Karolinska Institutet.
Public Health Epidemiology
and other research groups at KI
- Infectious diseases, TB and HIV among newly arrived migrants in Stockholm
- Sexual and reproductive health and rights among migrants in Sweden
- Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) among immigrants in disadvantaged areas of Stockholm
- Mental health screening among newly arrived migrants in Sweden
- Immigrant mental health and social integration in Sweden
The role of social capital in explaining mental health inequalities between immigrants and Swedish-born: a population-based cross-sectional study.
Employment status and psychological distress in a population-based cross-sectional study in Sweden: the impact of migration.
'Valuable but incomplete!' A qualitative study about migrants' perspective on health examinations in Stockholm.
Methodological considerations for economic modelling of latent tuberculous infection screening in migrants.