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- Chapter 1 Introduction: the concepts of ethnicity and race in health and their implications in the context of international migration
- Chapter 2 Terminology and classifications for migrant, ethnic, and racial groups: the centrality of census and population registers
- Chapter 3 Challenges of collecting and interpreting data using the concepts of migration, ethnicity, and race
- Chapter 4 Historical development of health and health-care services for migrant, racial, and ethnic minorities
- Chapter 5 Assessing the health and health-care needs of migrant, racial, and ethnic minorities using quantitative and qualitative data
- Chapter 6 Inequalities, inequities, and disparities in health and health care by migration status, race, and ethnicity
- Chapter 7 Principles for setting priorities for the health and health care of migrants and racial and ethnic minorities
- Chapter 8 Policy and strategy to improve health and health care for migrants and minority racial and ethnic groups
- Chapter 9 Research on and with minority migrant, racial, and ethnic groups: Past, present, and future
- Chapter 10 Theoretical, ethical, and future-orientated perspectives on health, migration status, race, and ethnicity