Evaluating the public health impacts of attacks on healthcare in Syria

Project Status:

Ongoing Projects

Lead Faculty:

Rubenstein, Leonard

We aim to:

1. Understand the nature and severity of impacts of attacks on medical facilities and personnel in war-affected areas of Syria on the availability and utilization of health services and on selected health outcomes including incidence of infectious diseases We aim to:

2. Utilize research findings to inform health service program planning and preparedness in post-conflict Syria and present a model for monitoring public health vulnerabilities stemming from attacks on health in other contexts.


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