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Access to health care for vulnerable groups in the European Union in 2012.

Abstract : In this paper we present the main fi ndings drawn from data collected daily in 2011 in our health centers in Amsterdam, Brussels, London, Munich, and Nice. We also present our key concerns: lack of access to antenatal care, to vaccinations, and to primary healthcare, all of which are backed by patient interviews compiled in the 11 EU countries where we work. And, we describe the condition of: destitute EU nationals living in their own country; destitute EU nationals living in an EU country other than their own; seriously ill undocumented migrants who are not able to access healthcare in their country of origin; migrants in Greece, specifi cally in the cities of Patras and Igoumenitsa, on whom we collected data during four months; and asylum seekers confronted with the impact of the Dublin II Regulation.
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Pierre Chauvin, Nathalie Simonnot. Access to health care for vulnerable groups in the European Union in 2012.. 2012. ⟨inserm-00695827⟩



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