Healthcare Mobilities & National Health Systems: Working Papers Collection
This collection features some of the papers presented at the first Doctors within Borders workshop in January 2020. The event brought together an international group of social scientists, healthcare practitioners and activists to explore shared interests in migration, borders, healthcare and mobility.
It was a timely discussion. The COVID-19 crisis threw many of the issues raised into painfully sharp focus. Although this collection predates COVID, it is all the more relevant and important today.
Who is a ‘Temporary Migrant’? Deservingness, Nationalism and Migrant Access to the NHS | Gwyneth Lonergan | Read
Bordering and Disordering in the National Health Service | Kathryn Cassidy | Read
Polish Migration Forum: Assisting Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Poland | Agnieszka Kosowicz | Read
HIV, Citizenship and Bordering Mechanisms in Berlin | Pawel Lewicki | Read
Access to Healthcare for Asylum-Seekers in Turkey | F. Deniz Mardin & Nuray Özgülnar | Read
Emotional Borderwork in the NHS | Jessica L Potter & Isabel Meier | Read
Blood Mobilities: Vital Mobilities in the Climate Crisis | Stephanie Sodero | Read
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