The website provides details on the issues and challenges faced by asylum seekers and refugees, and offers guidance for professionals based on available research, practical experience and professional knowledge from a wide range of sources.
In addition, the website also contains details of services and organisations providing support for asylum seekers and refugees.
The project is led by Philomène Uwamaliya, Senior Lecturer of Mental Health Nursing at Liverpool John Moores University, School of Nursing and Allied Health. It was funded by Health Education England under the Mary Seacole Leadership awards for the year 2016-2017.
The site is available at https://www.ljmu.ac.uk/microsites/resources-for-professionals-who-support-asylum-seekers-and-refugees.