The Migration and Health Study

The study aims to understand better the health and well-being of racialized immigrants and refugees in Manitoba. We are conducting online and phone interviews as part of this research. The purpose of this project is to facilitate the development of community-based research in the area of migrant sexual health and build capacity among community stakeholders in migrant sexual health in Manitoba. The specific objectives of this project are: To conduct a qualitative community-based research study to create and advance knowledge on racialized migrants’ sexual health and their susceptibility to HIV/STBBI and other health disparities in Manitoba.

Project Leads:

Dr. Rusty Souleymanov

Dr. Paula Migliardi

Dr. Robert R. Lorway

Funded By:

Canadian Institutes for Health Research


Village Lab

We acknowledge that we work and gather on the original lands of Anishinaabeg (Ojibwe), Ininiwak (Cree), Anishininiwag (Oji-Cree), Dakota/Lakota, Inuit, and Dene Peoples and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.