CARE PERCEPTIONS OF REFUGEES ACCESSING SERVICES AT THE REACH CLINIC AND THEIR EXPERIENCES TRANSITIONING TO MAINSTREAM HEALTHCARE AFTER ONE YEAR
Reboe Benjamin, Monique P
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DegreeMaster of Science (M.Sc.)
DepartmentCommunity Health and Epidemiology
ProgramCommunity and Population Health Science
CommitteeEngler-Stringer, Rachel; Vatanparast, Hassan; Mondal, Prosanta; Dietrich Leurer, Marie
Copyright DateJanuary 2021
refugee care perceptions
service delivery models
fee-for service model
multidisciplinary care model
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