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Disaster risk reduction, Disease (communicable and non-communicable)

Factors motivating the use of respiratory protection against volcanic ashfall: a comparative analysis of communities in Japan, Indonesia and Mexico

Disaster risk reduction, Disease (communicable and non-communicable)

Health Interventions in Volcanic Eruptions—Community Wearability Assessment of Respiratory Protection against Volcanic Ash from Mt Sinabung, Indonesia

Ebola

Extending the “Social”: Anthropological Contributions to the Study of Viral Haemorrhagic Fevers

Injury & Rehabilitation

Intraoperative awareness and experience with a ketamine-based anaesthesia package to support emergency and essential surgery when no anaesthetist is available

Gender-based violence

Altered social trajectories and risks of violence among young Syrian women seeking refuge in Turkey: a qualitative study

Disaster risk reduction

Remittance and earthquake preparedness

Health Systems and Services

Resilience capacities of health systems: Accommodating the needs of Palestinian refugees from Syria

Evidence Review

Does the Humanitarian Sector Use Evidence-informed Standards? A Review of the 2011 Sphere Indicators for Wash, Food Security and Nutrition, and Health Action

Ethics Related

Palliative care in humanitarian crises: always something to offer

Ethics Related

Moral experiences of humanitarian health professionals caring for patients who are dying or likely to die in a humanitarian crisis

Disaster risk reduction

An integrated approach to mental health and disaster preparedness: a cluster comparison with earthquake affected communities in Nepal

Ethics Related

Palliative care in humanitarian crises: a review of the literature

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