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  1. Civilian protection, environmental pollution and conflict - a role for the public health community.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 31(1):4 (2015) PMID 25765058

  2. Blood transfusion and the World Wars.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 31(1):57 (2015) PMID 25819015

    This article summarizes the remarkable development in the science and practice of blood transfusion during the 20 years either side of 1900, progressing through the challenges of surgical vascular access, the propensity of shed blood to clot and the more mysterious apparently arbitrary acute rea...
  3. Doctors without borders: humanitarian quests, impossible dreams of Médecins Sans Frontières.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 31(1):79 (2015) PMID 25506623

  4. Migration, health and inequality.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 31(1):77 (2015) PMID 25247631

  5. Whistleblowing: a practical guide.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 31(1):73 (2015) PMID 25348254

  6. IPPNW Congress in Astana charts course to nuclear-weapons-free world.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 31(1):21 (2015) PMID 25579688

  7. Fukushima and beyond: nuclear power in a low-carbon world.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 31(1):69 (2015) PMID 25752653

  8. Peace-building and reconciliation dividends of integrated health services delivery in post-conflict Burundi: qualitative assessments of providers and community members.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 31(1):33 (2015) PMID 25875719

    While demonstrating causality remains challenging, several 'health-peace' mechanisms have been proposed to describe how health systems contribute to peace-building and stability in post-conflict settings. A qualitative study was undertaken in southern Burundi to identify drivers of social tensio...
  9. The case for a public forum within the United Nations to listen to those who use armed violence to address their grievances.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 31(1):28 (2015) PMID 25832778

  10. Military medical ethics: a call to regulatory and educational arms.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 31(1):13 (2015) PMID 25730199