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(Relief work)
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  • Changes in out-of-pocket payments and health-seeking behaviours in the Gaza Strip. [Journal Article]
  • LctLancet 2018 Feb 21; 391 Suppl 2:S25
  • Ashour M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings are interpreted within the political history of the Gaza Strip and its health-care system during the last three decades. The reduced occurrence of health-care-related financial catastrophe and impoverishment in the more vulnerable groups in the Gaza Strip could point to an emerging paradox of resilience and high level of household and health-system adaptation, which should be investigated carefully.
  • Psychiatric symptoms experienced by adolescents in Nepal following the 2015 earthquakes. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Affect Disord 2018 Mar 07; 234:239-246
  • Silwal S, Dybdahl R, … Lien L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Due to the lack of pre-earthquake prevalence rates, our estimates may have been due to chronic long-lasting problems of poverty and lack of access to physical and mental health services. The use of self-reported questionnaires might have overestimated the prevalence rates compared to psychiatric interviews.One year after the earthquakes, adolescents living in Sindhupalchok had a higher prevalence of PTSS and depressive symptoms than those living in Kathmandu. Socio-economic and earthquake-related factors were associated with psychiatric outcomes. The findings indicate the need for early psychosocial interventions, prevention and future research after emergency relief.
  • Effective International Medical Disaster Relief: A Qualitative Descriptive Study. [Journal Article]
  • PDPrehosp Disaster Med 2018 Mar 14; :1-8
  • Broby N, Lassetter JH, … Winters BA
  • CONCLUSIONS: By following the three key characteristics outlined in this research, organizations are more likely to improve the efficiency and quality of their work. In addition, they will be less likely to impede the overall recovery process. Broby N , Lassetter JH , Williams M , Winters BA . Effective international medical disaster relief: a qualitative descriptive study.
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