Near-death experiences, attacks by family members, and absence of health care in their home countries affect the quality of life of refugee women in Germany: a multi-region, cross-sectional, gender-sensitive study

Jesuthasan J, Sönmez E, Abels I, Kurmeyer C, Gutermann J, Kimbel R, Krüger A, Niklewski G, Richter K, Stangier U, Wollny A, et al. (2018)
BMC Medicine 16(1): 15.

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Jesuthasan, Jenny; Sönmez, Ekin; Abels, Ingar; Kurmeyer, Christine; Gutermann, Jana; Kimbel, Renate; Krüger, Antje; Niklewski, Guenter; Richter, Kneginja; Stangier, Ulrich; Wollny, Anja; Zier, Ulrike
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Jesuthasan J, Sönmez E, Abels I, et al. Near-death experiences, attacks by family members, and absence of health care in their home countries affect the quality of life of refugee women in Germany: a multi-region, cross-sectional, gender-sensitive study. BMC Medicine. 2018;16(1): 15.
Jesuthasan, J., Sönmez, E., Abels, I., Kurmeyer, C., Gutermann, J., Kimbel, R., Krüger, A., et al. (2018). Near-death experiences, attacks by family members, and absence of health care in their home countries affect the quality of life of refugee women in Germany: a multi-region, cross-sectional, gender-sensitive study. BMC Medicine, 16(1), 15. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12916-017-1003-5
Jesuthasan, Jenny, Sönmez, Ekin, Abels, Ingar, Kurmeyer, Christine, Gutermann, Jana, Kimbel, Renate, Krüger, Antje, et al. 2018. “Near-death experiences, attacks by family members, and absence of health care in their home countries affect the quality of life of refugee women in Germany: a multi-region, cross-sectional, gender-sensitive study”. BMC Medicine 16 (1): 15.
Jesuthasan, J., Sönmez, E., Abels, I., Kurmeyer, C., Gutermann, J., Kimbel, R., Krüger, A., Niklewski, G., Richter, K., Stangier, U., et al. (2018). Near-death experiences, attacks by family members, and absence of health care in their home countries affect the quality of life of refugee women in Germany: a multi-region, cross-sectional, gender-sensitive study. BMC Medicine 16:15.
Jesuthasan, J., et al., 2018. Near-death experiences, attacks by family members, and absence of health care in their home countries affect the quality of life of refugee women in Germany: a multi-region, cross-sectional, gender-sensitive study. BMC Medicine, 16(1): 15.
J. Jesuthasan, et al., “Near-death experiences, attacks by family members, and absence of health care in their home countries affect the quality of life of refugee women in Germany: a multi-region, cross-sectional, gender-sensitive study”, BMC Medicine, vol. 16, 2018, : 15.
Jesuthasan, J., Sönmez, E., Abels, I., Kurmeyer, C., Gutermann, J., Kimbel, R., Krüger, A., Niklewski, G., Richter, K., Stangier, U., Wollny, A., Zier, U., Oertelt-Prigione, S., Shouler-Ocak, M.: Near-death experiences, attacks by family members, and absence of health care in their home countries affect the quality of life of refugee women in Germany: a multi-region, cross-sectional, gender-sensitive study. BMC Medicine. 16, : 15 (2018).
Jesuthasan, Jenny, Sönmez, Ekin, Abels, Ingar, Kurmeyer, Christine, Gutermann, Jana, Kimbel, Renate, Krüger, Antje, Niklewski, Guenter, Richter, Kneginja, Stangier, Ulrich, Wollny, Anja, Zier, Ulrike, Oertelt-Prigione, Sabine, and Shouler-Ocak, Meryam. “Near-death experiences, attacks by family members, and absence of health care in their home countries affect the quality of life of refugee women in Germany: a multi-region, cross-sectional, gender-sensitive study”. BMC Medicine 16.1 (2018): 15.
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