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2002

Investigating soco-economic explanations for gender and ethnic inequalities in health
COOPER, H. In Social Science & Medicine. 54 : 693-706.

2001

Cervical cancer in ethnocultural groups : case studies in women centered care screening
BOTTORFF, JL et al. In Women and Health. 33 (3-4) : 29-46.

Ils sont maintenant d’ici! Les dix premières années au Québec des immigrants admis en 1989
RENAUD, J. et al. Québec : Les Publications du Québec, 2001.

Immigrant Women’s health
MEADOWS, LM , WE THRUSTON et al. In Social Science Medicine 52 : 1451-1458.

Santé et sécurité au travail. La situation des travailleurs et travailleuses immigrants à Montréal : rapport synthèse sur l’état des connaissances.
GRAVEL, S., L. BOUCHERON et al. Montréal : Direction de santé publique de Montréal-Centre, 2001. (ISBN 2-89494-328-8)

2000

Culture, migration et enquête : défis incontournables
VISSANDJÉE, B. and S. DUPÉRÉ. In Journal of international migration and integration 1 (4) : 477-492.

1999

Canadian research on immigration and health : an overview
KINNON, D., Ottawa : Health Canada, 1999. Catalogue No. H21-149/1999E (ISBN 0-662-28269-8) (downloadable PDF format).

La communauté Ismaîlie et les services aux nouveaux immigrants
NATHO-JINA, S.Report submitted to the ministère des relations aux citoyens et de l’immigration (publication interne). Québec : Québec Government, 1999.

Les nouvelles immigrantes et la santé
VISSANDJÉE, B., et P. CARIGNAN. In L’infirmière canadienne 95 (4) : 35-41.

Migration and HIV : An epidemiological study of Montrealers of Haitian origin
ADRIEN, A., V. EAUNE et al. In International Journal of STD and AIDS. 10 (4) : 237-242.

We aimed to determine the prevalence of HIV infection and associated risk factors among Montrealers of Haitian origin. We carried out a voluntary, anonymous survey in 7 primary care medical clinics in Montreal among 5039 persons aged 15 to 49 years born in Haiti or with at least one parent born in Haiti. The participation rate was 94.3%. Overall, HIV prevalence was 1.3% (1.6% in men and 1.1% in women). The HIV prevalence was lower among those born in Canada or who had resided in Canada longer. The prevalence among subjects who had travelled to Haiti in the previous 5 years was 2.0%, twice the rate of those who had not. The adjusted population attributable fraction of HIV infections associated with having had unprotected sex in Haiti was 10.2%. This study identified risk factors which will help in the design of more effective prevention programmes among Montrealers of Haitian origin.

1998

Beliefs related to breast health practices : the perceptions of South Asian women living in Canada
BOTTORFF, JL et al. In Social Science and Medicine. 47 (12) : 2075-2085.

Devaluation of foreign credentials as perceived by visible minority professional immigrants
BASRAN, G.S. and L. ZONG. In Canadian Ethnic Studies. 30 (3) : 6-23.

Promotion de la santé en faveur des femmes immigrantes au Québec
VISSANDJÉE, B., LEDUC N. et al. In Revue d’épidémiologie et de santé publique 46 (2) : 124-133.

1996

Overview of the Canadian Study on the determinants of ethnoculturally specific behaviours related to HIV/AIDS
ADRIEN, A., G. GODIN et al. In Canadian Journal of Public Health 87 (supp. 1).

1995

The health of Canada’s iimigrants in 1994-95
CHEN, J., E NG et al. In Health Reports 7(4). Ottawa : Statistics Canada. Catalogue No 82-003 : 33-45.

1992

Immigration et relations ethniques au Québec : un pluralisme en devenir
Groupe de recherche ethnicité et société. In DAIGLE, G et G ROCHER (dir.) Le Québec en jeu : comprendre les grands défis. Montréal : Presses de l’Université de Montréal (chapitre 16).

1990

Acculturation and adaptation : a general framework
BERRY, JW. In HOLZMAN’ WH et TH BORNEMANN (eds) Mental Health of immigrants and refugees. Austin : The University of Texas : 90-102.

 

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