CDC guidelines on the U.S. Domestic Medical Examination for newly arriving refugees assist professionals in determining the best tests to perform during routine post-arrival medical screening of refugees.
CDC guidelines for evaluation of the nutritional status and growth in refugee children during the Domestic Medical Examination.
Developed by the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI), this toolkit aims to educate refugees and immigrants on how to adopt good habits that will help prevent nutrition-related diseases.
This RHTAC web page explains how refugees are provided with the domestic refugee health assessment shortly after arrival in the U.S.
This RHTAC web page discusses nutrition, physical activity, and oral health issues of resettled refugee populations.
This RHTAC web page describes the chronic health conditions that affect resettled refugees such as diabetes, hypertension, and lead poisoning.