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A qualitative study on the impact of the 2016 US election on the health of immigrant families in Southeast Michigan

Publication Abstract

Fleming, Paul J., William D. Lopez, Hannah Mesa, Raymond Rion, Ellen Rabinowitz, Richard Bryce, and Monika Doshi. 2019. "A qualitative study on the impact of the 2016 US election on the health of immigrant families in Southeast Michigan." BMC Public Health, 19(1): 947.

Given the anti-immigrant rhetoric and policy proposals by President Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign and afterwards, his election to president in November 2016 and subsequent policy changes has affected immigrant families. In this study, we aim to better understand how post-election policy change may have impacted the health and well-being, including health and social service utilization, of Latino immigrants in Southeastern Michigan.

10.1186/s12889-019-7290-3

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