18: A review of perinatal social support interventions for asylum seeking and refugee women resident in Europe
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There is a lack of evidence on which interventions are most effective in addressing the needs of asylum and refugee women at this time. In order to fill this gap a Critical Interpretive Synthesis was undertaken. Our findings suggest community befriending interventions may be most effective in supporting asylum seeking and refugee women in this period. There is little evidence that asylum seeking and refugee women have been consulted as to what support would be most useful to them.
The involvement of asylum seeking and refugee women in the design of future interventions is paramount in ensuring that their needs are met.