Charles Hui

Dr Charles Hui

Associate Professor of Paediatrics
Institution: University of Ottawa
Current Institution Location: Canada

Phone Number:  (613) 737-7600 x 2651

401 Smyth Road Ottawa, ON K1H 8L1,Canada

Migration Health Research Area/Expertise
Clinician with focus on evidence based guidelines (Canadian guidelines - pediatric migrants, ECDC - prevention of VPD and uptake in immunizations in migrants and refugees), destination medical assessment (Syrian refugees), International Adoptee health, public health, mobile health (mobile immunizations records and reminders for migrants - acceptability, feasibility), knowledge translation, and research network building. Worked with IOM on migration health during the Ebola crisis and 2nd Global Consultation on Migration.

Research Focus/Expertise on Relevant Migrant Categories
International/Cross-Border Migration
Asylum seekers (Children, Adolescents)
Patient mobility across borders (Children, Adolescents, Adults)
Refugees (Children, Adolescents, Adults)

Relevant Publications

Title Author Year Published Link to Publication
Interventions to Improve Vaccination Uptake and Cost Effectiveness of Vaccination Strategies in Newly Arrived Migrants in the EU/EEA: A Systematic Review Hui C, Dunn J, Morton R, Staub L, Tran A, Hargreaves S, Greenaway C, Biggs BA, Christensen R, Pottie K
Detention is still harming children at the US border Hui, C. and D. Zion
What we can do for separated migrant children in the U.S. Barozzino T, Brindamour M, Hui C
Bibliometric analysis of global migration health research in peer-reviewed literature (2000-2016). 2. Sweileh WM, Wickramage K, Pottie K, Hui C, Roberts B, Sawalha A, Zyoud SH.
Immunization and technology among newcomers: A needs assessment survey for a vaccine-tracking app Michelle Paradis, Katherine Atkinson, Charles Hui, David Ponka, Douglas Manuel, Malia Murphy, Ruth White, Paula Day, Kumanan Wilson
Missing: Where are the Migrants in Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Plans? Wickramage K, Gostin LO, Friedman E, Prakongsai P, Suphanchaimat R, Hui C, Duigan P, Barragan E, Harper DR
Building Responsive Health Systems to Help Communities Affected by Migration: An International Delphi Consensus. Int J Environ Res Public Health. Feb 2017. 3;14(2). Pottie K, Hui C, Rahman P, Ingleby D, Akl EA, Russell G, Ling L, Wickramage K, Mosca D, Brindis CD.
Prevention and assessment of infectious diseases among children and adult migrants arriving to the European Union/European Economic Association: A protocol for a suite of systematic reviews for public health and health systems. BMJ Open. Pottie K, Mayhew A, Morton R, Greenaway C, Akl EA, Rahman P, et al.
Caring for a newly arrived Syrian refugee family. CMAJ. February 2016; 188(3):207-11. Pottie K, Greenaway C, Hassan G, Hui C, Kirmayer LJ.
Caring for Kids New to Canada/Les soins aux enfants neo-canadiens [Internet]. 1st ed. Canadian Paediatric Society; 2013. Barrozino T and Hui C editors.
CHAPTER VII: WOMEN, CHILDREN, AND MEN TRAPPED IN UNSAFE CORRIDORS Globalisation, Migration and Health: Challenges and opportunities Kevin Pottie, Charles Hui, and Fabien Schneider.
New report shows how refugee children are especially vulnerable to cuts in health care coverage. Letter to the editor. Paediatr Child Health. December 2013; 18(10):511. Barozzino T and Hui CP.
Evidence-based clinical guidelines for immigrants and refugees. CMAJ. September 2011; 183(12):E824-925. Pottie E and coauthors of the Canadian Collaboration for Immigrant and Refugee Health

Relevant Projects

Title Year Published Region/Country Role in the Project Main Outcome Link to Study Reports and publications
Improving the Health of Immigrant and Refugee Women and Children through Immunization Central and North America and the Caribbean
Principal Investigator
A Newcomer Needs Assessment for a Vaccine-Tracking App Co-Investigator
Medical and mental health issues in Syrian refugee children and youth Central and North America and the Caribbean
Principal Investigator
ECDC SCIENTIFIC ADVICE Guidance on prevention and assessment of infectious diseases among newly arrived migrants to the EU/EEA Central and North America and the Caribbean
Development of the Migration Health and Development Research Initiative Other Country/Countries of Study is WORLDWIDE
Bibliometric analysis of migration health research in peer-reviewed literature (2000 - 2016) Co-Investigator Country/Countries of Study is WORLDWIDE