Health selection on self-rated health and the healthy migrant effect: Baseline and 1-year results from the health of Philippine Emigrants Study
- July 22, 2022
- Brittany Morey, public health and CPIP, PLOS Global Public Health, July 22, 2022
A study co-authored by Brittany Morey, PhD, assistant professor of health, society, and behavior, reported on migration and health focus on a “healthy migrant effect” whereby migrants are healthier than individuals not migrating.
Adrian Matias Bacong, Anna K. Hing, Brittany Morey, Catherine M. Crespi, Maria Midea Kabamalan, Nanette R. Lee, May C. Wang, A. B. de Castro, Gilbert C. Gee. 2022. “Health selection on self-rated health and the healthy migrant effect: Baseline and 1-year results from the health of Philippine Emigrants Study.” PLOS Global Public Health 2(7): e0000324. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgph.0000324.
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