Migrant and refugee health: Complex health associations among diverse contexts
Migration is a natural state of humankind and has been documented throughout history. Some people may flee violence...
Interpretation of vulnerability and cumulative disadvantage
In settings of mass displacement, unaccompanied minors (UAMs) are recognized as a vulnerable group and...
Comparative effectiveness of an economic empowerment program on adolescent economic assets,
Background: Adolescence is a critical period of human development, however, limited research on programs to improve...
Applying trauma systems concepts to humanitarian battlefield care: a qualitative analysis of the
Background: Trauma systems have been shown to save lives in military and civilian settings, but...
Lancet Migration: global collaboration to advance migration health
Migration, a defining issue of our time, is essential to growing economies and is an integral part of the social...
Challenges to ethical obligations and humanitarian principles in conflict
Abstract Background: Humanitarian health care organizations and health workers working in contexts of armed or...
Can Physicians Work in US Immigration Detention Facilities
The modern successor to the Hippocratic oath, called the Declaration of Geneva, was updated and approved by...
Ebola virus disease and breastfeeding: time for attention
This year's Global Nutrition Cluster meeting in July, 2019, offered a platform on which to discuss all...
Venezuelan Migration and the Border Health Crisis in Colombia and Brazil
Venezuela’s economic crisis has triggered mass migration; more than 3.4 million...
Responding to epidemics in large-scale humanitarian crises: a case study
Large epidemics frequently emerge in conflict-affected states. We examined the cholera response...
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