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dhr. J.D. (David) Ingleby


  • Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
    Programmagroep: Anthropology of Health, Care and the Body
  • Bezoekadres
    Nieuwe Achtergracht 166  Amsterdam
  • Postadres:
    Postbus  15578
    1001 NB  Amsterdam
  • J.D.Ingleby@uva.nl

Profile

David Ingleby is an affiliated researcher at the Centre for Social Science and Global Health. His main interest is migration and health. He is Emeritus Professor of Intercultural Psychology at Utrecht University and currently works as consultant to the International Organization for Migration. Before moving to the Netherlands in 1982 he worked for the Medical Research Council in Cambridge and London, as well as lecturing at Cambridge University. In 2007 he was Willy Brandt Memorial Professor at the School of International Migration and Ethnic Relations, Malmö University. He has been involved in many Europe-wide collaborative projects on the health of migrants, refugees and mental health, and the challenge of diversity for health systems.  

 

LIST OF PROJECTS SINCE 2000

 

17. Supporting health coordination, assessments, planning, access to health care and capacity building in Member States under particular migratory pressure (SH-CAPAC)

Coordinated by the Andalusian School of Public Health and carried out in 2016, this project provides recommendations and teaching resources for EU Member States under particular migratory pressure in their response to health related challenges.  Website

 

16. Evidence-based guidance for the prevention of infectious diseases among newly arrived migrants in the EU/EEA

Project (2015-2017) carried out for the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) by an international consortium of researchers. Description

 

15. Training  packages for health professionals to improve access and quality of health services for migrants and ethnic minorities, including the Roma (MEM-TP)

Project financed by the EC (CHAFEA) and coordinated by the Andalusian School of Public Health (2014-2016). Website

 

14. Fostering Health Provision for migrants, the Roma and other vulnerable groups (EQUI-HEALTH)

Carried out between 2013 and 2017 by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), this project aims to improve the access and appropriateness of health care services, health promotion and prevention to meet the needs of migrants, the Roma and other vulnerable ethnic minority groups, including irregular migrants residing in the EU/EEA. Website

 

13. Migrant Health: Key Infectious Diseases Affecting Migrant Populations in the EU/EEA

This project was carried out in 2011-2015 by LSE Enterprise for the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).

12. ADAPT (Adapting European health systems to diversity)

This four-year COST Action ran from January 2011 to July 2016. It was a network involving 125 researchers in 30 European countries, set up to explore the factors that influence policies on the health of migrants and ethnic minorities.

11. Exploratory investigation of cultural differences in the TBS system in the Netherlands (Verkennend onderzoek naar culturele diversiteit in de tbs)

Commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice and carried out by the Van der Hoeven Kliniek, Utrecht.

10. Integrating Refugee and Asylum-seeking Children in the Educational Systems of EU Member States (INTEGRACE)

Co-financed by the European Refugee Fund and coordinated by the  Center for the Study of Democracy, Sofia , Bulgaria

9. Health and Social Care for Migrants and Ethnic Minorities (HOME)

This project was Action IS0603 in the EU's COST programme   (European Cooperation in Science and Technology)

8. Erasmus Curriculum Development project on 'Health and Social Care for Migrants and Minorities'

A teaching network embracing 15 countries.

7. Assisting migrants and communities: analysis of social determinants of health and health inequalities (AMAC)

Project coordinated by the IOM and co-financed by DG SANCO.

6. MIGHEALTHNET - Information network on good practice in health care for migrants and minorities in Europe.

Project co-financed by DG SANCO and active in 16 countries.

5. The IMISCOE / IOM European Survey on Migrant Health

Precursor of Project 6

4. Studies on mental health care delivery for migrants and ethnic minorities

Three PhD projects carried out at ERCOMER. 

3. Supporting refugee and asylum-seeker children at school

Project for the ERF coordinated by PHAROS.

2. Good Practice in Mental Health and Social Care for Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Project for the ERF in conjunction with University of Kent.

1. Mental Health and Social Care for Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Project supported by the SMA fund, Utrecht University.

Publications David Ingleby 2011-2016

 

2016

G.A. Williams, S. Bacci, R. Shadwick, T. Tillmann, B. Rechel, T. Noori, J.E. Suk, A. Odone, J.D. Ingleby, P. Mladovsky & M. McKee (2016). Measles among migrants in the European Union and the European Economic Area. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 44 (1), 6-13. doi: 10.1177/1403494815610182 [go to publisher's site]

 

2015

C. Seeleman, M.-L. Essink-Bot, K. Stronks & D. Ingleby (2015). How should health service organizations respond to diversity? A content analysis of six approaches. BMC Health Services Research, 15:510. doi: 10.1186/s12913-015-1159-7 [go to publisher's site]

C.H. Liu, L. Meeuwesen, F. van Wesel & D. Ingleby (2015). Why do ethnic Chinese in the Netherlands underutilize mental health care services? Evidence from a qualitative study. Transcultural Psychiatry, 52 (3), 331-352. doi: 10.1177/1363461514557887 [go to publisher's site]

A. Odone, T. Tillmann, A. Sandgren, G. Williams, B. Rechel, D. Ingleby, T. Noori, P. Mladovsky & M. McKee (2015). Tuberculosis among migrant populations in the European Union and the European Economic Area. European Journal of Public Health, 25 (3), 506-512. doi: 10.1093/eurpub/cku208 [go to publisher's site]

2014

M. Chimienti, D. Ingleby & S. Cattacin (2014). Health. In M. Martiniello & J. Rath (Eds.), An Introduction to Immigrant Incorporation Studies: European Perspectives (pp. 251-274). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

D. Ingleby (2014). Intelligibility. In A. Scull (Ed.), Cultural sociology of mental illness: an A-to-Z guide(pp. 409-411). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

D. Ingleby (2014). Global Mental Health Movement. In A. Scull (Ed.), Cultural sociology of mental illness: an A-to-Z guide (pp. 335-336). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

D. Ingleby (2014). The Challenge of Diversity to Mental Health Services. In R. Moodley & M. Ocampo (Eds.), Critical psychiatry and mental health: exploring the work of Suman Fernando in clinical practice (pp. 57-68). London: Routledge.

D. Ingleby (2014). How 'evidence-based' is the Movement for Global Mental Health? Disability and the Global South, 1 (2), 203-226.

2013

Ingleby, D. (2013) Migration and Health. Pan European Networks – Government 08, 60-61. Full text

D. Ingleby, S. Kramer & M.S. Merry (2013). Educational challenges raised by refugee and asylum-seeking children and other newcomers: the Dutch response. In E.L. Brown & A. Krasteva (Eds.),Migrants and refugees: equitable education for displaced populations (International advances in education: global initiatives for equity and social justice) (pp. 29-50). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

B. Rechel, P. Mladovsky, D. Ingleby, J.P. Mackenbach & M. McKee (2013). Migration and health in an increasingly diverse Europe. Lancet, 381 (9873), 1235-1245. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(12)62086-8

C.-H. Liu, L. Meeuwesen, F. van Wesel & D. Ingleby (2013). Beliefs about mental illness among Chinese in the West. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, 9 (3), 108-121. doi: 10.1108/IJMHSC-07-2013-0020

2012     

Ingleby, D. (2012). Migration, ethnicity and the ‘social determinants of health’ agenda. Psychosocial Intervention/Intervención Psicosocial 21(3), 331-341.  Full Text

Ingleby, D. & Kramer, S. (2012). Country report: The Netherlands. In: Nonchev., A & Tagarov, N. (Eds.) Integrating Refugee and Asylum-seeking Children in the Educational Systems of EU Member States (pp. 250-278). Sofia: Center for the Study of Democracy.  Link

Warfa, N., Curtis, S., Watters, C., Carswell, K., Ingleby, D. and Bhui, K. (2012) Migration experiences, employment status and psychological distress among Somali immigrants: a mixed-method international study. BMC Public Health, 12:749   (07 Sep 2012). Full text

Penka, S., Kluge, U., Vardar, A., Borde, T. & Ingleby, D. (2012) The concept of 'intercultural opening': the development of an assessment tool for the appraisal of its current status in the mental health care system.  European Psychiatry  27 suppl. 2, 63-69.  Full text

Mladovsky, P., Rechel, B.,Ingleby, D. & McKee, M. (2012) Good practices in migrant health: the European experience.  Clinical Medicine,  12(3), 248-52.   Full text

Ingleby, D. (2012) Introduction by series editor. In: Ingleby, D., Krasnik, A., Lorant, V.  & Razum, O. (Eds.)   Health inequalities and risk factors among migrants and ethnic minorities. COST Series on Health and Diversity, Volume I  (pp. 9-24). Antwerp/Apeldoorn: Garant. Google book

Ingleby, D. (2012) Introduction by series editor. In: D. Ingleby, A. Chiarenza, W. Devillé & I. Kotsioni (Eds.)   Inequalities in Health Care for Migrants and Ethnic Minorities. COST Series on Health and Diversity, Volume II  (pp. 9-28). Antwerp/Apeldoorn: Garant. Google book

Ingleby, D. (2012). Acquiring health literacy as a moral task.  International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care , 8(1), 22-32.  pdf file 

Mladovsky, P. Rechel, B., Ingleby, D. & McKee, M. (2012). Responding to diversity: an exploratory study of migrant health policies in Europe.  Health Policy,  105(1), 1-9.  Full text

Ingleby, D., McKee, M., Mladovsky, P. & Rechel, B. (2012). How the NHS measures up to other health systems.  British Medical Journal , 344, 25-27. Full text

2011

Ingleby, D. (2011a) Briefing paper on irregular migrants in the WHO European region. Internal report for the  Task Force on Social Exclusion, Disadvantage, Vulnerability and Health  van de   WHO European Review of Social Determinants and the HealthDivide  (50 pp.) 

Ingleby, D. (2011b) Good practice in health service provision for migrants. In Rechel, B., Mladovsky, P., Devillé, W., Rijks, B.,Petrova-Benedict, R. & McKee, M. (eds.)   Migration andhealth in the European Union  (pp. 215-232) Maidenhead: McGraw Hill / Open University Press.  Download whole book

Verstegen, N., Zendedel, R. , Ingleby, D.  & de Vogel, V. (2011)  'De puzzel is het grootst bij allochtonen'. Een verkennend onderzoek naar culturele diversiteit in de tbs.  Den Haag: WODC, ministerie van Veiligheid en Justitie.  Download report

Liu, C. -H., Ingleby, D. & Meeuwesen, L. (2011) Barriers to health care for Chinese in the Netherlands .  International Journal of Family Medicine,  vol. 2011, doi:10.1155/2011/635853. Full text 

Bhugra, D., Gupta, S., Bhui, K., Craig, T., Dogra, N., Ingleby, D., Kirkbride, J., Moussaoui, D., Nazroo, J., Qureshi, A., Stompe, T. & Tribe, R. (2011a) WPA guidance on mental health and mental health care in migrants.  World Psychiatry  10, 2-10.  pdf file 

Dutch version: Bhugra, D., Gupta, S., Bhui, K., Craig, T.,Dogra, N., Ingleby, D., Kirkbride, J., Moussaoui, D., Nazroo, J., Qureshi, A., Stompe, T.& Tribe, R. (2011b) WPA-leidraad over geestelijke gezondheid van en ggz voor migranten.  Cultuur Migratie Gezondheid 8 (2), 64-97. pdf file 

2016

  • Williams, G. A., Bacci, S., Shadwick, R., Tillmann, T., Rechel, B., Noori, T., ... McKee, M. (2016). Measles among migrants in the European Union and the European Economic Area. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 44(1), 6-13. DOI: 10.1177/1403494815610182 [details] [PDF]

2015

  • Seeleman, C., Essink-Bot, M-L., Stronks, K., & Ingleby, D. (2015). How should health service organizations respond to diversity? A content analysis of six approaches. BMC Health Services Research, 15, [510]. DOI: 10.1186/s12913-015-1159-7 [details] [PDF]
  • Liu, C. H., Meeuwesen, L., van Wesel, F., & Ingleby, D. (2015). Why do ethnic Chinese in the Netherlands underutilize mental health care services? Evidence from a qualitative study. Transcultural Psychiatry, 52(3), 331-352. DOI: 10.1177/1363461514557887 [details] [PDF]
  • Odone, A., Tillmann, T., Sandgren, A., Williams, G., Rechel, B., Ingleby, D., ... McKee, M. (2015). Tuberculosis among migrant populations in the European Union and the European Economic Area. European Journal of Public Health, 25(3), 506-512. DOI: 10.1093/eurpub/cku208 [details] [PDF]

2014

  • Ingleby, D. (2014). How 'evidence-based' is the Movement for Global Mental Health? Disability and the Global South, 1(2), 203-226. [details] [PDF]
  • Ingleby, D. (2014). Global Mental Health Movement. In A. Scull (Ed.), Cultural sociology of mental illness: an A-to-Z guide. (pp. 335-336). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. DOI: 10.4135/9781483346342.n122 [details]
  • Ingleby, D. (2014). Intelligibility. In A. Scull (Ed.), Cultural sociology of mental illness: an A-to-Z guide. (pp. 409-411). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. DOI: 10.4135/9781483346342.n150 [details]
  • Ingleby, D. (2014). The Challenge of Diversity to Mental Health Services. In R. Moodley, & M. Ocampo (Eds.), Critical psychiatry and mental health: exploring the work of Suman Fernando in clinical practice. (pp. 57-68). London: Routledge. [details]
  • Chimienti, M., Ingleby, D., & Cattacin, S. (2014). Health. In M. Martiniello, & J. Rath (Eds.), An Introductio to Immigrant Incorporation Studies: European Perspectives. (pp. 251-274). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. [details]

2013

  • Ingleby, D., Kramer, S., & Merry, M. S. (2013). Educational challenges raised by refugee and asylum-seeking children and other newcomers: the Dutch response. In E. L. Brown, & A. Krasteva (Eds.), Migrants and refugees: equitable education for displaced populations. (pp. 29-50). (International advances in education: global initiatives for equity and social justice). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. [details]
  • Liu, C-H., Meeuwesen, L., van Wesel, F., & Ingleby, D. (2013). Beliefs about mental illness among Chinese in the West. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, 9(3), 108-121. DOI: 10.1108/IJMHSC-07-2013-0020 [details]
  • Rechel, B., Mladovsky, P., Ingleby, D., Mackenbach, J. P., & McKee, M. (2013). Migration and health in an increasingly diverse Europe. Lancet, 381(9873), 1235-1245. DOI: 10.1016/S0140-6736(12)62086-8 [details]

2013

  • Ingleby, D. (2013). Migration and health. Pan European Networks – Government, 2013(8), 60-61. [details] [PDF]

Spreker

  • Ingleby, J.D. (invited speaker) (19-9-2013): Migrant health policies in Europe, First National Conference of the Swiss Migrant Friendly Hospitals. Organised by the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health., Bern.
  • Ingleby, J.D. (invited speaker) (4-9-2013): Migration and health from a policy perspective, National Conference on Migration and Health Organised by National Centre for Minority Health Research (NAKMI), Oslo, Oslo.
  • Ingleby, J.D. (invited speaker) (7-11-2013): How can education improve the health of migrants and ethnic minorities?, Sixth International Conference on Intercultural Education. Organised by University of Almeria., Almeria.

Boekredactie

  • Ingleby, D., Chiarenza, A., Devillé, W., & Kotsioni, I. (2012). Inequalities in health care for migrants and ethnic minorities. (COST series on health and diversity; No. 2). Antwerpen: Garant. [details]
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