Psychosocial impacts for Middle East refugee children

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Κατεύθυνση Κλινική Νοσηλευτική: Ψυχική Υγεία
Library of the School of Health Sciences
Deposit date:
Topi Maria
Supervisors info:
Ευμορφία Κούκια, Αναπληρώτρια Καθηγήτρια, Νοσηλευτική, ΕΚΠΑ
Κωνσταντίνος Τσουμάκας, Καθηγητής, Νοσηλευτική, ΕΚΠΑ
Ιωάννα Παυλοπούλου, Αναπληρώτρια Καθηγήτρια, Νοσηλευτική, ΕΚΠΑ
Original Title:
Ψυχοκοινωνικές επιπτώσεις παιδιών προσφύγων της Μέσης Ανατολής
Translated title:
Psychosocial impacts for Middle East refugee children
The vast movement of migrants due to the war in Syria and other violent actions in the Middle East have led to one of the greatest and most complicated social and politic crises of modern history. The current issue of migrants constitutes a problem that is widely discussed. The reason is that migrants have severe impacts on their physical, psychological and social life. All these hazardous impacts are even more severe to children and adolescents-migrants since they tend to affect their growth and their later social life. The present systematic review between the ages 2011-2018 attempts to highlight the hazardous impacts of migration to children and adolescents-migrants and the probable supportive interventions that are administrated to these children in Europe in general, and in Greece, in particular. The results concluded that the restoration of the feeling of security and stability, which are necessary elements for the growth of children has to be a basic goal of all migrant-reception countries, including Greece.
Main subject category:
Health Sciences
Psychosocial impacts, Psychosocial interventions, Implication, Middle East refugees, Children, Adolescents, Mental health implications. Middle East, Conflict, War, Refugees, Immigrants, The Geneva Convention PTSD, Depression, Anxiety Disorders, EMDR, Trauma-focused CBT, Narrative Exposure Therapy
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