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Peer Reviewed Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

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

Report Capacity Development, Emergency Education, Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support, Refugees and IDPs

Final Report: Little Ripples Refugee-Led Early Childhood Education

Report Capacity Development, Emergency Education, Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support, Refugees and IDPs

Little Ripples Assessment in Refugee Camps Kounoungou and Mile, Eastern Chad

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 Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

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

Report Disease (Communicable & Non-communicable), Ebola, Ethics Related, Gender-based Violence, Health Systems & Services, Injury & Rehabilitation, Maternal and Child Health, Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support, Nutrition, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Water, sanitation & hygiene

R2HC Research Portfolio

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

Article Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

FAAH, SLC6A4, and BDNF variants are not associated with psychosocial stress and mental health outcomes in a population of Syrian refugee youth

Peer Reviewed Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

The myth of the 1-day training: the effectiveness of psychosocial support capacity-building during the Ebola outbreak in West Africa

Peer Reviewed Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

C-reactive protein, Epstein-Barr virus, and cortisol trajectories in refugee and non-refugee youth: Links with stress, mental health, and cognitive function during a randomised controlled trial

Report Disabilities, Disease (Communicable & Non-communicable), Ebola, Evidence Review, Health Systems & Services, Injury & Rehabilitation, Maternal and Child Health, Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support, Nutrition, Sexual and Reproductive Health

The Humanitarian Health Evidence Review

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