Understanding the determinants of mental ill-health among refugees can inform interventions and services designed to prevent and address this. This article recently published in The Lancet Psychiatry was based on a national longitudinal study of refugees settled in Australia and found links between loneliness and economic stressors, and mental ill-health. The findings support calls for improved economic and social supports and services for Australian refugees.
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