In a short period of time, Ukrainians became the second largest foreign community living in Portugal. However it slowed down in only few years and the economic crisis affecting Portugal since has introduced new limits to a possible future expansion. We explored quantitative and qualitative data collected through questionnaires applied to Ukrainians and interviews conducted with 31 Ukrainians in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area in and The research confirms the importance of assistance received through social networks at different stages of the preparation of the move, upon arrival and throughout the settlement process in Portugal.
Aims: To describe the epidemiology of heavy alcohol use in Ukraine, using data from the world mental health WMH survey in Ukraine. An algorithm for classifying heavy use in the past year was developed from self-reports about the quantity and frequency of drinking, and its convergent validity was demonstrated. Prevalence rates and socio-demographic risk factors were examined separately for men and women. Results: The month rates of heavy alcohol use were The most significant risk factors in men and women were age 26—54 years for men; 18—25 years for women , living in the Southeast region, being in the labour force whether employed or unemployed, and for men, low education and being the father of a young child. A highly significant linear relationship of number of risk factors with heavy alcohol use was found for both sexes.
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