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Table 1 Part 1 of the questionnaire for the interviews with experts on mental health care for irregular migrants

From: Mental health care for irregular migrants in Europe: Barriers and how they are overcome

Vignette 1
A 30-year old male, an irregular migrant from Uganda, has been in the country for an unknown period of time.
He hears voices and appears disturbed. He is socially isolated, talks using incoherent sentences, has poor personal hygiene, and has not tried to get in contact with services.
 1. Who would be likely to notice his problems and initiate help?
 2. Which services/organisations would, once informed, go out and contact him?
 3. What care would they provide, or how would they refer the person on?
 4. What are the further care pathways and/or treatment options for him?
 5. What are the barriers for him to receive that care and/or treatment?
 6. Are there any ways to overcome these barriers?
  a) Are there any ways for the client to overcome these barriers?
  b) Are there any ways for the service to overcome these barriers?
Vignette 2
A 40-year female, an irregular migrant from Uganda, has been in the country for an unknown period of time. She is living alone, and is depressed with suicidal ideation. She wants help.
 1. How would she find information on how to get help for her mental health problem?
 2. Which services/organisations could she approach?
 3. What are the further care pathways and/or treatment options for this person?
 4. What are the barriers for her to receive that care and/or treatment?
 5. Are there any ways to overcome these barriers?
  a) Are there any ways for the client to overcome these barriers?
  b) Are there any ways for the service to overcome these barriers?