Received: 4 August 2021
Accepted: 20 April 2022
First Online: 16 May 2022
: This project was conducted in adherence to international guidelines and regulations including those in the Declaration of Helsinki and the ones followed at the University of Ottawa. The Ottawa Health Science Network Research Ethics Board (OHSN-REB) reviewed and approved this project as a quality initiative, quality improvement, quality assurance, and/or program evaluation therefore not requiring OHSN-REB approval. The key informants who participated in this project were asked if they would like to complete an interview and a survey as part of this project. Those who agreed provided verbal consent to participate and for the data to be used for publication purposes. There is no written informed consent as the project was reviewed by the Ottawa Health Science Network Research Ethics Board and exempted from ethical review, no written informed consent was required for the purposes of completing the activities of this study.
: Not applicable.
: DG received funding to evaluate the CCIRH KEN Refugee Health e-Learning PRogram. YF received funding from the University of Ottawa Family Medicine Resident Scholarly Project. KP led and received funding for the Canadian and European Evidence Based Guidelines for Refugee and Migrant Health, DynaMed Refugee Health Module and created the CCIRH KEN Refugee Health e-Learning Program. No financial conflicts to declare.MJV, SSH, AS, DA have no conflicts to declare.