Welcome to Journal of Refugee & Global Health.
The Journal of Refugee & Global Health is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal fully-subsidized by the University of Louisville, with no fees to access, submit, or publish content. This gives us a unique opportunity to offer an open-access journal that does not require (1) a fee for submitting or reading content, or (2) payment for authors to publish. We firmly believe that those practicing, researching, and studying refugee and global health should not be required to pay to publish or disseminate articles that inform the community about their work.
The journal was founded as a home for high-quality content, including original research, case studies, program reviews, and editorials from experts in a wide range of disciplines - all designed to help inform practitioners, researchers, and students regarding happenings in practice across the globe.
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See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 3, Issue 1 (2020)
Healthcare Barriers for Congolese Refugee Children in Louisville, KY: Parental Perception and Narratives through Focus Group Discussions
Zheyi Teoh, Brit Anderson, and Annie Rominger
Supporting Academic Primary Care Teams Serving Refugees: A Qualitative Study
Gabrielle Waclawik MD MPH, Fabiana Kotovicz, Devin Walsh-Felz MD MPH, Savitri Tsering MSSW, and Nancy Pandhi MD MPH PhD
A Community Academic Partnership Approach to Addressing Health Needs of the Local Refugees: Participants’ Perspectives and Recommendations for Developing New Partnerships
Melissa D. Warne-Griggs, Nicolin Thaler, Kristin Koehn, and Kristin Sohl
User and Provider Perspectives on Improving Mental Healthcare for Syrian Refugee Women in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Sanjida Newaz and Natalie Riediger
Clinical Case Reports
Gaining a “Foothold” on the Diagnosis of Leishmaniasis
Brent M. Troy, Rebecca Hart, Navjyot Vidwan, and Bethany Hodge
Looking Beyond a Rare Presentation of Betel Nut Use in a North American Patient- an Opportunity for Lessons and Intervention in Global Health and Gender Equity
Muhammad O. Zaman, Thomas M. Park, Vikas Patel, and Riley G. Jones