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La santé des étudiants migrants à Villeneuve d’Ascq (Nord-France) vue par un médecin généraliste

L. Beaumadier

Publication date: June 2018

Source: Éthique & Santé, Volume 15, Issue 2

Author(s): L. Beaumadier

Résumé

Les étudiants migrants, étrangers ou nationaux d’origine lointaine souffrent de difficultés administratives, sociales, économiques, psychologiques, plus que ceux dont la famille est proche. Les conséquences, surtout psychosociales peuvent être graves. Ils souffrent aussi de pathologies physiques, en particulier infectieuses (tuberculose, hépatite B, VIH). Les soignants et les services sociaux doivent les considérer comme à risque.

Summary

Migrant, foreign or national students of distant origins suffer from administrative, social, economic and psychological difficulties, more than those whose families are close. The consequences, especially psychosocial, can be serious. They also suffer from physical pathologies, especially infectious (tuberculosis, hepatitis B, HIV). Caregivers and social services should consider them at risk.

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