Statistical perspectives on refugee health: Exploring methodologies and challenges

This session is aiming to provide a broad exploration of statistical approaches to studying the health of refugee populations.

The talk will cover key health indicators and discuss different statistical methods applicable to understanding the multifaceted aspects of refugee health.

The presentation will touch upon the application of statistical methods as well as discuss the challenges and opportunities associated with health research in diverse refugee settings. In sharing a diverse range of statistical methodologies, this talk seeks to spark curiosity among students, researchers, and practitioners and to promote an environment of open dialogue, collaboration, and ongoing investigation into the application of statistical tools in the field of refugee health research.

The talk will be given by Dr Eleni Elia, Senior Lecturer in Statistics at Oxford Brookes University. This talk is part of the annual Dialogue in Migration and Refugee Studies organised by MRN and is free and open to all to attend.

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