Immigrant parents’ settlement experiences and contributions to children’s health

Immigrant Parents’ Settlement Experiences and Contributions to Children’s Health: Analysis, Knowledge Transfer and Exchange (2006-2007) has been posted in PDF on the CERIS website.

The study looks at the impact of adults’ immigration and settlement experiences on children’s overall health. Among the findings was that child health was positively related to how welcome the child’s parents felt in their new communities.

Authors are: L. Simich (PI), H. Hamilton, H. Fenta, (Co-Investigators); L. Marshall, Research Analyst.