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TOPIC: Introduction – Requirements and Needs on Roma Heal

Introduction – Requirements and Needs on Roma Heal 7 years 5 months ago #3

  • Zoltan Katz
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Dear RomaHealthNetwork members,

We are going to initiate this dialogue forum in order to discover your expectations regarding RomaHealthNetwork. Our main objective is to develop a unique interactive platform.

We kindly ask you to acquaint us about any perception concerning the organization, development procedures on RomaHealthNetwork in order to reach our objectives. Our strong intention is involving you not only as a member, but as an active partner in this procedure.

We would highly appreciate your comments, suggestions regarding this topic. We are going to create and work in an interactive virtual space that is a key factor in developing a living and effective network for the interest of the health of Roma people.

Our initial question would be the following:

Which Roma health related topic(s) are estimated by you as until now neglected, that we should pay greater attention in our researchers’ platform?

We are looking forward to your kind response and contribution in creating a successful network.

Best wishes,
Moderator Team.
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Re: Introduction – Requirements and Needs on Roma Heal 7 years 4 months ago #5

  • sanstefan
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Dear Net,
I think it could be -early childhood development among Roma communities !
regards
Dr Stefan panayotov MD
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Re: Introduction – Requirements and Needs on Roma Heal 7 years 3 months ago #6

Dear Team - there is (in my opinion) an urgent need to explore the issues of women's health; the health care needs of older and disabled Gypsy, Roma and Traveller populations (I am UK based so we tend to refer to all of these groups by the acronym GRT); prevalence rates of epilepsy as I have emergent evidence suggesting an over-representation of this condition; the effectiveness of community health advocates (predominantly women) in improving health literacy amongst GRT populations; depression/mental health and suicide/parasuicide and also substance misuse. We are currently working in a small way on many of these fields amongst my team but I would be very happy to link further with others engaged in similar research.
Dr Margaret Greenfields
Director - Institute for Diversity Research, Inclusivity, Communities and Society (IDRICS); Buckinghamshire New University
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