Survey on immigrants’ inclusion in Finnish health and social services underway

The Osana network, led by the Rehabilitation Foundation, is examining how the inclusion of people who have moved to Finland is being realised in health and social services. Two online surveys have been created for this purpose.
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The first survey maps the experiences of healthcare and social welfare professionals in working with people who have moved to Finland. The second survey maps the experiences these people of using health and social services.  

The aim is to support the everyday work of professionals and to help develop health and social services so that immigrants can use the services and benefit from them more than at present. The surveys are anonymous and the survey data will be processed confidentially. The results will be reported in such a way that the respondents cannot be identified. 

Do you work in the health and social sector? 

Take the survey on working with clients who have moved to Finland by following this link.(Link leads to external service) (in Finnish and Swedish)

Have you moved to Finland from another country?  

Share your experiences of Finnish health and social services by  responding to a survey via this link.(Link leads to external service) You can take the survey in Finnish, Swedish, English, Russian, Estonian, Somali or Arabic. 

Read more here. (Link leads to external service)  

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