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Peer Reviewed Nutrition

Combined protocol for severe and moderate acute malnutrition in emergencies: Stakeholders perspectives in four countries

Peer Reviewed Disease (Communicable & Non-communicable)

Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine use during humanitarian crises

Peer Reviewed Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

Minds Under Siege: Cognitive Signatures of Poverty and Trauma in Refugee and Nonā€Refugee Adolescents

Peer Reviewed Health Systems & Services

Health system resilience in the face of crisis: analysing the challenges, strategies and capacities for UNRWA in Syria

Peer Reviewed Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

Addressing culture and context in humanitarian response: preparing desk reviews to inform mental health and psychosocial support

Peer Reviewed Injury & Rehabilitation

Feasibility of a Ketamine Anesthesia Package in Support of Obstetric and Gynecologic Procedures in Kenya When No Anesthetist is Available.

Peer Reviewed Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

Integrating mental health and disaster preparedness in intervention: a randomized controlled trial

Peer Reviewed Gender-based Violence

Developing an integrated intervention to address intimate partner violence and psychological distress in Congolese refugee women in Tanzania

Peer Reviewed Ethics Related

Challenges to ethical obligations and humanitarian principles in conflict settings: a systematic review

Peer Reviewed Disease (Communicable & Non-communicable)

Characteristics of Syrian and Lebanese Diabetes and Hypertension Patients in Lebanon

Peer Reviewed Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

Child friendly spaces impact across five humanitarian settings: a meta-analysis

Peer Reviewed Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

Association of MAOA genetic variants and resilience with psychosocial stress: A longitudinal study of Syrian refugees

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