- Elderly migrants, Sweden, 2015
- Survey name
- Unnamed study
- N = 131
- Non Response
- Questionnaire: Paper & Pencil Interview (PAPI)
- Authors's Label
- Person-centered group intervention
- Our Classification
- The random allocation was stratified to enrol an equal amount of people from Finland and from any of the selected four countries in the Balkan Peninsula.
- 1. N = 56; 0: N = 75
- Participants were randomly assigned to:
Four group meetings in 4 weeks, lasting 1,5 to 2 hours each plus a follow-up home visit two to three weeks after the last session. Before the meetings, a written booklet in the participants’ native language supplied written evidence-based information about health-related issues.
The meetings started with the professionals introducing one of the topics mentioned in the booklet. The participants then discussed the relevance of the topic regarding their experiences from everyday life and how it would impact their current resources to manage daily life. During the meetings, the participants was encouraged to narrate who they are and how they perceived their capability in daily life.
0. CONTROL. Participants did not receive any intervention
Observed Relation with Happiness
HAPPY AT BETTER AT BETTER AT
BASELINE 6 MONTHS 1 YEAR
Intervention 91% 61% 63%
Control 95% 69% 64%