The Migration Health and Development Research Initiative (MHADRI) portal presents the profile of MHADRI network members.
The scholars are categorized by their institution location, general research expertise, and research focus on relevant migrant categories. The map reflects the countries of the scholars' institution location.
To browse or search: simply use the filter options on the left-hand side. Alternatively, you can enter key word/s in the search box.
Institution: Department of Health
Current Institution Location: Asia and the Pacific, Philippines
General Research Focus/Expertise: Evidence-based reviews, Global health diplomacy, Health and human rights, Health communication, Health diplomacy/ international relations, Health policy, Health promotion/ Health education, Health systems research, Human resources for health, Humanitarian health interventions, Labour migration and health, Medical anthropology, Mobile health (mHealth), Primary health care, Public Health
Research Focus/Expertise on Relevant Migrant Categories: Migrant Workers, Human smuggling, Human trafficking, International migrant workers, Patient mobility across borders, Resident visa holders, Seafarers
Institution: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Current Institution Location: Central and North America and the Caribbean, United States of America
General Research Focus/Expertise: Community participation in health, Detention, Disaster preparedness and response, Disease surveillance, Epidemiology, Global health diplomacy, Health and human rights, Health law, Health policy, Health systems research, Humanitarian health interventions, Immigration health examinations, Labour migration and health, Public Health, Refugee health, Unaccompanied children, Violence and health
Research Focus/Expertise on Relevant Migrant Categories: Internally displaced persons, Left-behind migrant families, Migrant Workers, Asylum seekers, Human smuggling, Human trafficking, International migrant workers, Patient mobility across borders, Refugees, Seasonal farm workers