The Danish Research Centre for Migration, Ethnicity and Health (MESU) both initiates and conducts its own research and contributes to the development of others' research in the field through professional guidance and advice.
These are the currently ongoing projects performed at the Danish Research Center for Migration, Ethnicity and Health:
- Coming of Age in Exile - CAGE
- MAMAACT - a continuation of the SULIM work package 'Healthy Reproduction among Migrants'
- Bacteremia among migrants
- Parental posttraumatic stress disorder and offspring mental health and substance abuse among refugees
- Not without my family
- Junctures of change in the integration of young refugees
- Torture, trauma and PTSD among patients with non-western immigrant background in primary health care
- Improvement of health and wellbeing among pregnant undocumented migrants and their children in Denmark
- Bacteriuria and antibiotic susceptibility of Escherichia coli among migrants
- IMPRODISE - Improving diversity sensitivity in health care - training for health professionals