Testing the questionnaires, tools and the procedures in Kara Tepe hosting centre
In the context of EUR-HUMAN project, on 13-17 November 2016 took place in Kara Tepe hosting centre of refugees and other migrants (Mytilene island, Greece) the pilot intervention of the EUR-HUMAN project. During this pilot intervention, were tested the tools, the questionnaires and the procedures in order to enhance capacity building of the European countries that accept and host refugees and migrants. The intervention phase took place at the infirmary of the Medicine du Monde in the hosting centre. In total 30 refugees and migrants took place (3 men, 15 women and 12 children). Before the intervention, the PHC providers were trained via two different methods. Initially they were trained via the on-line platform that the consortium created and is consisted of eight different Modules (about this Module, acute diseases, legal issues, provider-patient interaction, mental health, sexual and reproductive health, child health and chronic diseases). In addition, primary healthcare providers were also trained via GoToMeeting by two Greek experts. The pilot intervention was successful, while the results are expected to assist significantly in improvement of PHC services.