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Research Reports

Here you will find reports of Doctors of the World UK have produced and contributed to using evidence and data from our clinics.

2021

Left out in the cold - Executive summary

2020

Left behind: Voices of people excluded from universal healthcare coverage in Europe

Médecins du Monde Global Response Plan to COVID-19

2019

2019 Report and Financial Statements

Delays and destitution: An audit of Doctors of the World's Hospital Access Project (July 2018-20)

A Rapid Needs Assessment of Excluded People in England During the 2020 COVID 19 Pandemic - Full Report

2019 Observatory Report Executive Summary

Registration Refused - A study on access to GP registration in England. Update 2018

2018

People seeking asylum access to healthcare

Access to healthcare for people seeking and refused asylum in Great Britain

UK Birmingham Migrant Health Summary

Observatory Report - falling through the cracks

Closing the Gaps in Healthcare Access

Registration Refused - A study on access to GP registration in England. Update 2017

Deterrence, Delay and Distress

Left out in the cold - Full report

An Unsafe Distance: the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Excluded People in England

2019 Observatory Report

The lived experiences of access to healthcare for people seeking and refused asylum

2017

International Observatory Report - falling through the cracks

Legal Report: Access to Healthcare in European Countries

2016

International Observatory Report on Access to Healthcare in Europe

Registration Refused

2015

Registration Refused - A study on access to GP registration in England

Access to Healthcare in the UK

Calais Health Report - An Environmental Health Assessment of the New Migrant Camp in Calais

Maternity Study - Experiences of Pregnant Migrant Women receiving Ante/Peri and Postnatal Care in the UK

2014

“ Ensuring fair use of the NHS efficiently and effectively…” - Do No Harm

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