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Candeias, P., Alarcão, V., Stefanovska-Petkovska, M., Santos, O., Virgolino, A., Pintassilgo, S....Machado, F.L. (2021). Reducing sexual and reproductive health inequities between natives and migrants: A delphi consensus for sustainable cross-cultural healthcare pathways. Frontiers in Public Health. 9
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P. M. Candeias et al.,  "Reducing sexual and reproductive health inequities between natives and migrants: A delphi consensus for sustainable cross-cultural healthcare pathways", in Frontiers in Public Health, vol. 9, 2021
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@article{candeias2021_1638211412028,
	author = "Candeias, P. and Alarcão, V. and Stefanovska-Petkovska, M. and Santos, O. and Virgolino, A. and Pintassilgo, S. and Pascoal, P. M.  and Costa, A. S. and Machado, F.L.",
	title = "Reducing sexual and reproductive health inequities between natives and migrants: A delphi consensus for sustainable cross-cultural healthcare pathways",
	journal = "Frontiers in Public Health",
	year = "2021",
	volume = "9",
	number = "",
	doi = "10.3389/fpubh.2021.656454",
	url = "https://www.frontiersin.org/journals/public-health"
}
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TY  - JOUR
TI  - Reducing sexual and reproductive health inequities between natives and migrants: A delphi consensus for sustainable cross-cultural healthcare pathways
T2  - Frontiers in Public Health
VL  - 9
AU  - Candeias, P.
AU  - Alarcão, V.
AU  - Stefanovska-Petkovska, M.
AU  - Santos, O.
AU  - Virgolino, A.
AU  - Pintassilgo, S.
AU  - Pascoal, P. M. 
AU  - Costa, A. S.
AU  - Machado, F.L.
PY  - 2021
SN  - 2296-2565
DO  - 10.3389/fpubh.2021.656454
UR  - https://www.frontiersin.org/journals/public-health
AB  - The increasing number of international migrants (ranging from 153 million in 1990 to ∼272
million in 2019) brought to attention the wide variation of national contexts concerning
the policy measures to protect migrants’ rights and ensuring their equal access to
basic and essential services, namely in health. Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)
is a key component to the overall health and quality of life and is impacted by power
inequities inherent to society’s institutions, environment, economics, and culture. In
Portugal, guidelines for intervention in SRH are insufficient, a gap that is more pronounced
with migrant populations due to the absence of culturally sensitive indicators to assess
and monitor SRH. The aim of this work was 2-fold: to identify good practices in the
SRH field, with a particular focus, whenever possible, on migrant populations, and to
identify relevant and inclusive indicators to monitor SRH in Portugal. A Delphi panel
(via online survey) with 66 experts (researchers, teachers, and health professionals)
and 16 stakeholders (non-governmental organizations, civil society, and governmental
organizations) was implemented in two rounds. Panelists were asked to state their level of
agreement (5-point Likert-type scale) regarding four different SRH areas: Sexual Health,
Reproductive Health, Social-Structural Factors, and Good Practices. Items were based
on literature review and a World Café with 15 experts and stakeholders. Participation
rate was 68% and response rate was 97% on the first round. From the initial list of 142
items, a total of 118 (83%) items were approved by consensus. Findings may provide
extended opportunities for the healthcare system to engage in better informed decisions
and more inclusive and integrative strategies regarding SRH, contributing to build political
measures toward sexual and reproductive justice.
ER  -