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Refugee Health Provider Resources‚Äč

Guidelines for the U.S. Domestic Medical Examination of Newly Arriving Refugees Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Protecting Children from Lead Exposure  Infographics in multiple languages explaining how children are exposed to lead, how lead affects chidren's health, who is most vulnerable to lead exposure and steps to reduce exposure to lead:  Arabic | Burmese | Dari | English | Nepali | PashtoRussian | SpanishSwahili
Surma lead poisoning:  Surma Dari | Surma Pashto

Common Diseases and Conditions Pennsylvania Department of Health

CareRef is an interactive tool that guides clinicians through conducting a routine post-arrival medical screening of a newly arrived refugee to the U.S. The output of this tool is based on the current CDC Domestic Refugee Screening Guidelines. CareRef recommends screening tests and other preventive care based on the demographic and geographic factors that contribute to risk.

Latent Tuberculosis Infection: A Guide for Primary Health Care Providers Booklet is intended for primary care providers who care for individuals and populations who may be at risk for infection with M. tuberculosis. The content includes latent TB infection diagnosis and treatment information, sample documentation forms, and additional resources. 

PCORI Project to Develop Effective Treatment for Refugee Adults with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) created a brief, provider-oriented summary of evidence on PTSD treatment for adult refugees that clinicians can give to patients.  

Contact the State Refugee Health Coordinator