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Beyond the edges of healthcare provision: refused asylum seekers and access to healthcare / Jon Burnett

PAFRAS Briefing Paper Number 11, Issue: 11, Pages: 1 - 8

Swansea University Author: Jon Burnett

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PAFRAS Briefing Paper 11 focuses on the provision of medical assistance available for refused asylum seekers. The level of medical care that refused asylum seekers are able to access has, for some years, been a source of contention. The present government has made clear that, where possible, access...

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Published in: PAFRAS Briefing Paper Number 11
Published: Leeds Positive Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers 2009
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa52330
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description PAFRAS Briefing Paper 11 focuses on the provision of medical assistance available for refused asylum seekers. The level of medical care that refused asylum seekers are able to access has, for some years, been a source of contention. The present government has made clear that, where possible, access to medical support will be denied and the result has been ongoing; appearing before the courts on numerous occasions. At the same time, issues around access to medical support have caused debate, and in many cases protest, within the medical profession itself with many individuals calling for improved healthcare services.
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