Inclusion of migrants and ethnic minorities in European birth cohort studies-a scoping review

Grosser A, Razum O, Vrijkotte TGM, Hinz I, Spallek J (2016)
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 26(6): 984-991.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
Background: Migrant and ethnic minority groups constitute substantial parts of European populations. They frequently experience health disadvantages relative to the respective majority populations. Birth cohort studies can help to disentangle social and biological factors producing these health inequalities over the life course. We investigated whether birth cohorts in European countries (i) assess migration history and ethnicity in the study design; and (ii) use this information in data analyses. Methods: A scoping review was performed in which European birth cohort studies were identified using dedicated web-based registries, MEDLINE and EMBASE. Two reviewers systematically assessed all identified birth cohorts and selected those fulfilling defined inclusion criteria (e.g. enrolment after 1980). Publications and websites were screened for information on the inclusion of migrants and ethnic minorities. To obtain more detailed information, researchers of enrolled birth cohorts were contacted individually. Results: Eighty-eight birth cohorts were identified in 20 European countries, with more than 486 250 children enrolled in total. Sixty-two studies (70.5%) reported collecting data about migration history or ethnic background. Twenty-three studies (26%) used information on migration history or ethnicity for data analyses or plan to do so in future. Conclusion: The majority of European birth cohorts assessed participants' migration history or ethnic background; however, this information was seldom used for comparative analyses in trying to disentangle reasons for health inequalities. Also, heterogeneous indicators were used. Better use of data already available, as well as harmonization of data collection on migration history and ethnicity, could yield interesting insights into the production of health inequalities.
Erscheinungsjahr
2016
Zeitschriftentitel
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Band
26
Ausgabe
6
Seite(n)
984-991
ISSN
1101-1262
eISSN
1464-360X
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2909089

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Grosser A, Razum O, Vrijkotte TGM, Hinz I, Spallek J. Inclusion of migrants and ethnic minorities in European birth cohort studies-a scoping review. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. 2016;26(6):984-991.
Grosser, A., Razum, O., Vrijkotte, T. G. M., Hinz, I., & Spallek, J. (2016). Inclusion of migrants and ethnic minorities in European birth cohort studies-a scoping review. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, 26(6), 984-991. doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckw068
Grosser, A., Razum, O., Vrijkotte, T. G. M., Hinz, I., and Spallek, J. (2016). Inclusion of migrants and ethnic minorities in European birth cohort studies-a scoping review. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 26, 984-991.
Grosser, A., et al., 2016. Inclusion of migrants and ethnic minorities in European birth cohort studies-a scoping review. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, 26(6), p 984-991.
A. Grosser, et al., “Inclusion of migrants and ethnic minorities in European birth cohort studies-a scoping review”, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, vol. 26, 2016, pp. 984-991.
Grosser, A., Razum, O., Vrijkotte, T.G.M., Hinz, I., Spallek, J.: Inclusion of migrants and ethnic minorities in European birth cohort studies-a scoping review. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. 26, 984-991 (2016).
Grosser, Angelique, Razum, Oliver, Vrijkotte, Tanja G. M., Hinz, Ina, and Spallek, Jacob. “Inclusion of migrants and ethnic minorities in European birth cohort studies-a scoping review”. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 26.6 (2016): 984-991.

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