Globalization and Health
[Accessed 10 Nov 2018 ]
| 8 November 2018
Global output of research on the health of international migrant workers from 2000 to 2017
Authors: Waleed M. Sweileh
The volume of global research output on the health of migrant workers was low. There was inadequate research on non-communicable diseases and maternal health of migrant workers. International research collaboration and the number of research networks were limited. Role of several world regions, particularly Arab region with 11% of international migrant workforce was also limited. There is an urgent need to prioritize research on migrant workers, especially female migrant workers in regions with low research contribution.