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      A complicated relationship: bringing behavioral science into the fight against health misinformation in a pandemic in displacement settings. Busara Groundwork Report


      Tackling health misinformation in humanitarian settings using behavioral science

      Research Snapshot

      Research Snapshot: Misinformation and Covid-19-related health measures in displacement settings

      Article, Peer Reviewed
      Health Systems & Services

      Exploring factors influencing the selection of primary health care delivery models in conflict-affected settings of North West and South West regions of Cameroon and North-East Nigeria: A study protocol

      Article, Peer Reviewed
      Mental Health and Psychosocial Support, Refugees and IDPs, Substance Misuse

      Testing a Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment Intervention Approach for Addressing Unhealthy Alcohol and Other Drug Use in Humanitarian Settings: Protocol of the Ukuundapwa Chapamo Randomised Controlled Trial

      Article, Peer Reviewed
      Mental Health and Psychosocial Support

      Use of the HESPER Web to Assess Perceived Needs Immediately After Multiple Disaster Events in Fiji

      Case Study
      Global Prioritisation Exercise

      Adaptive Innovation in The Ukraine Humanitarian Response: How Context, Leadership and Partnerships Matter

      Article, Peer Reviewed

      Radio and Social Media as A Two-Way Communication Tool in Conflict- and Pandemic-Affected Communities in Burkina Faso

      Article, Peer Reviewed
      Mental Health and Psychosocial Support

      Community perception of epilepsy and its treatment in onchocerciasis-endemic villages of Maridi county, Western Equatoria State, South Sudan

      Policy Brief
      Energy, Refugees and IDPs

      Human Health and Environmental Costs and Benefits of Liquefied Petroleum Gas vs. Firewood for Cooking in the Rohingya Refugee Camp, Bangladesh

      Water, sanitation & hygiene

      Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Humanitarian Crises: Setting the research agenda up to 2030

      Peer Reviewed

      Enveloped and non-enveloped virus survival on microfiber towels

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