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HOW SHOULD THE FAMILY PHYS I C I ANS' BEHAV I ORS BE IN CASE OF MIGRATION ? - A MODEL STUDY

HOW SHOULD THE FAMILY PHYS I C I ANS' BEHAV I ORS BE IN CASE OF MIGRATION ? - A MODEL STUDY

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  1. HOW SHOULD THE FAMILY PHYSICIANS' BEHAVIORSBEIN CASE OF MIGRATION ? - A MODEL STUDY Hakan MUT, Giray KOLCU, Vildan KARABACAK, Aysel BAŞAR, Şeyda UĞUR, Umut Gök BALCI, Kurtuluş ÖNGEL

  2. SYRIAN REFUGEES IN TURKEY • 550386 Syrian refugees – 200386 in refugee camp 1 • 350000 in different areas of Turkey • Most of refugees – no temporary identity card and no primary health care services Number of refugees 1TheDisaster and Emergency Management Presidency of Turkey. Syrian Refugees in Turkey, Results of Field Study - 2013

  3. PARTNERS PREPARATIONS Selçuklu Municipality Promotional activities Selçuklu Governorship Coordination between required institutions Transportation vehicles and interpreters for communication with refugees Posters, brochures and introductory booklet Interpreters Vehicles and drivers Two teams – including doctor, midwife, interpreter and driver

  4. AIM MATERIAL - METHOD To determine the role of family physicians (FP) in case of migration To inform Syrian refugees of preventative healthcare services To canalize the refugees to make use of these services To create a guide for address and contact information to reach them again To ensure the continuity of health careservices for refugees Descriptive cross-sectional survey Face-to-face interview technique Questionnaire –including sociodemographic and health statusquestions

  5. RESULTS WOMENMEN • Reached 2399 refugees - evaluated 2285 of them • Only 299 refugees(%13) - temporary identity card • Total mean age 20,57±16,41 (♀: 20,23 - ♂: 20,87) MEN WOMEN

  6. RESULTS • 45 pregnant - %6,9 of reproductive-aged (15-49) women • Vaccination - 687 childrenwith MMRV and 335 children with polio. • %1,7 of refugees – suspiciousof “CutaneousLeishmaniasis”

  7. OTHER BENEFITS OF THE PROJECT • Refugees - preventativehealthcareservices • Pregnant women, infants and unvaccinated children - FHC • Unregisteredrefugees - foreignersdepartment • Difficulties in getting health careservice - interviewswithofficials • Needyfamilies - relevantinstitutions

  8. CONCLUSION • Because of youngpopulation, makingplanningaboutneeds of themsuch as child/adolecenthealth, reproductivehealth, pregnancyfollowupswould be necessary • We believe that planning fieldworks by using this model is great importance of controlling the health parameters of the service area • Bythedefinition of familymedicine, FPs/GPs should provide health care for everyone, regardless of religion, language, race and socioeconomic level differences