We are pleased to introduce you to our third guest tweeter, Clemence Due, who will be sharing her thoughts on the @ESPMINetwork Twitter handle for the week of November 14th-20th. Clemence will be focussing on mental health & the impact of policy/procedures (e.g. mandatory detention practices, border control, temporary visas, etc.) on health and wellbeing.
Clemence is a lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide, Australia. She holds an Australian Research Council grant exploring the wellbeing of young children (aged less than 13 years) with refugee, asylum seeker, or migrant backgrounds. Her other research interests and current projects involving refugee and asylum seeker issues include access to primary healthcare access, the impact of psychological trauma on accessing services, social determinants of health related to resettlement such as housing and education for refugees and asylum seekers, oral health, and child trauma-assessment tools. More broadly she is interested in aspects of identity and belonging for people with refugee and asylum seeking backgrounds, as well as social justice and health equity concerns.
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