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5. konferencijá lu EUPHA în Europá dă pă szănătátye lu migránsurilyelor sî lu lume máj misj

Drázsj dă kolézsijlye nostri!

Vă tyém p-o konferencijé EUPHA’s 5th European Conference on Migrant and Ethnic Minority Health: Migrant and Ethnic Minority Health and Healthcare in the context of the current systemic crisis in Europe Hásztá or cînyé în Granada, în Spanyolurszág în 2014 április 10-12 April.  Dákă áj dă gînd sză vij, bágă számá pă dátumurilyestye:

If you are interested in participation at this event please note the following deadlines:

Pîn 2013 noveber 14. mánă absztraktu-c
Pîn 2014. február 1. putyéc sză tyé szkrij szusz

Áisjé áflyij programu dă konferencijé

Máj mult putyéc umărá pă hásztá pártyé dă internet

http://www.eupha-migranthealthconference.com

Máj rămîj ku Dimizo!

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5. Szănătátye cîgányilor hirurj navé - WHO - 2013 szeptember

Dă szub linkusztá putyéc áflá pă ál sjinsjilye szám dă hirurj navé dă szănătátyé cîgányilor, sj-o szkrisz WHO Regional Office for Europe

Dákă c-ár fi drág sză kápity kărc dă hirurj navé, átunsj ásáză áisjé.

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Changing the Narrative on Roma in the Context of Healthcare - Seminar Announcement

The Open Society Foundation’s Health Media Initiative (HMI) is pleased to invite you to apply to participate in a special seminar on Changing the Narrative on Roma in the Context of Healthcare, to be held from October 26 to 31 at Schloss Arenberg in Salzburg, Austria. The seminar will be given in English.

The seminar will draw upon recent research undertaken on the attitudes of healthcare professionals towards Roma, as well as on the health rights of Roma in central Europe.

The seminar will also draw upon expertise in the emerging field of Narrative Medicine, which looks at the way in which narratives shape patients’ experience of ill health and of the health care system, and can either encourage or stand in the way of empathy and understanding between clinician and patient. Through participatory exercises, participants will look at ways in which language used and stories told by health care workers shape and influence the way that Roma people are treated within and experience the health care system. Participants will learn about what recent communication research tells us about how to go about changing attitudes. Seminar attendees will also discuss the concept of human rights in patient care, and the responsibility this places on both patients and healthcare providers. As a group, we will begin to plot a way forward towards transforming narratives about Roma in the context of healthcare.

The format of the seminar will include both plenary and interactive workshop sessions.

The official Announcement and the Application Form are available as attachements.

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Attachments:
Download this file (Salzburg seminar_Announcement HMI_070814.pdf)Seminar Announcement54 kB

Inluziou cîgányilor ăj ro fontosă lá észténdijurj

Kînd Norvégiá sî EEA észténdij dă, táré bă számá p-áje, kit ku bányistye máj bun kuszt sză fákă lu cîgányilor. Dă p-ásztá szfăte ngrid Schulerud, káré fontosă-j în EU. Dă hásztá p-o konferencijé szfăte hungyé dîn multyé urszágurj or vinyit în Büszel.

Dă pă eredményu lu észténdijurilyelor, dă pă inkluziou dă cîgányilor sî dă pă konferencijásztá máj mult putyéc umărá áisjé.

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Ceija Stojka, káré în kuszt o rămász în roma holokauszt o murit

Ceija Stojka, o cîgákă / lăkătărică, káré în kuszt o rămász în holokauszt o szkrisz, s-o fistyit, o murit ku 79 áj dă zîlyé.

Dă pă kusztuj putyéc umărá pă pártyé dă BBC. Ásáză áisjé.

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