Migration is a perceived pressing issue for healthcare in the UK but there are few studies that record how different parts of the NHS are responding to the needs of new migrants. A project funded by Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group examined how primary healthcare is meeting the needs of new arrivals. Survey, interview, documentary and focus group data were used to examine what are the issues for primary care, who is adapting their services and how they are doing it. A case study approach was used to identify examples of practices adapted to need across different parts of the UK: Sheffield, London, Bradford and Glasgow.
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