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Psychosis, ethnicity and migration


A. Hapangama ,

University of Kelaniya, LK
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Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine
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S. R. Perera

District General Hospital, Nuwara Eliya, LK
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Migration is a phenomenon occurring throughout the world. It is becoming increasing widespread in the modern context. Migrants are considered a highly vulnerable population group for development of a variety of psychological and social problems. Therefore there is a need to study the relationship between mental health and migrations.


These five articles briefly discuss some of the latest updates in this field.
How to Cite: Hapangama, A. and Perera, S.R., 2019. Psychosis, ethnicity and migration. Sri Lanka Journal of Psychiatry, 10(2), pp.26–28. DOI:
Published on 23 Dec 2019.


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