Training needs to equip paediatricians working in high-income countries to be able to:
- Deliver effective health care to children and families from diverse ethnic, cultural, religious, socioeconomic, and educational backgrounds
- Effectively manage diseases that are prevalent in the major diaspora communities
- Understand the specific needs of children affected by conflict or trafficking, and child refugees, asylum seekers, and recent migrants
- Be aware of alternative approaches to disease prevention and health-care delivery, particularly approaches that maximise the effectiveness of scarce resources
- Have sufficient awareness of how global health issues and inequalities affect child health to be effective advocates for the improved physical and mental health of the world’s children
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