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Researching the Impact of Attacks on Healthcare (RIAH) – New Research Programme

The Health in Humanitarian Crises is now part of a consortium of researchers led by the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute at The University of Manchester, and with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the University of California, Berkeley, have been awarded £2.5M by the Department for International Development for a new […]

South Sudan: Estimates of crisis-attributable mortality

Estimates of crisis-attributable mortality in South Sudan, December 2013- April 2018: A statistical analysis Checchi, F*., Testa, A., Warsame., A. Quach, L., & Burns, R. London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine September 2018 *corresponding author: francesco.checchi@lshtm.ac.uk The conflict in South Sudan has likely led to nearly 400,000 excess deaths in the country’s population since […]

Coping strategies and mental health outcomes of conflict-affected persons in the Republic of Georgia

Saxon, L., Roberts, B., Makhashvili, N., Chikovani, L., Seguin, M., McKee, M., Patel, V. & Bisson, J. (2017). Coping strategies and mental health outcomes of conflict-affected persons in the Republic of Georgia. Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences; 26(3): 276-86.