|PROJECT TITLE||DELIVERING AMBULANCE SERVICE CARE THAT MEETS THE NEEDS OF EU ACCESSION MIGRANTS IN LINCOLNSHIRE|
|Funding body||University of Lincoln Doctoral Fund|
|Overarching aim||The aim of this study is to explore the needs of recent migrants from European accession countries when accessing ambulance services and to understand ways to improve this.|
|Outcomes||Through a mixed-methods approach that empowers EU13 patients, the study will produce new knowledge about, and influence change for, a seldom-heard group in a predominantly rural UK county.|
|Outputs||Peer reviewed publications
Phung VH, Asghar Z, Matiti M, Siriwardena AN (2020). Healthcare experiences of migrant and minority ethnic patients in Europe: a systematic scoping review. BMC Health Services Research 20:173.
Phung, Viet-Hai (2016) Delivering ambulance service care that meets the needs of A8 migrants in Lincolnshire. In: College of Social Science Research Showcase, 4 July 2016, David Chiddick Building, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, LN6 7TS.
Phung, Viet-Hai, Windle, Karen, Ortega, Marishona, Essam, Nadya, Barot, Mukesh, Kai, Joe, Johnson, Mark and Siriwardena, Niro (2015) Barriers and facilitators for people from minority ethnic groups accessing prehospital care: a systematic review. In: College of Social Science Summer Conference, July 2nd 2015, David Chiddick Building, University of Lincoln.
Phung, V.-H., Windle, K., Ortega, M., Essam, N., Barot, M., Kai, J., Johnson, M. and Siriwardena, N. (2014) Barriers, facilitators, disparities and consequences for people from minority ethnic groups accessing prehospital care: systematic review and narrative synthesis. In: European Congress on Emergency Medicine, 28th September – 1st October 2014, Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
|Impact||The study will seek to inform improvements to care for EU migrants accessing ambulance services.|