Medicine, Conflict and Survival
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Building medical education and research capacity in areas of conflict and instability: experiences of the OxPal Medlink in the occupied Pale...
We focus on the unique geopolitical situation of the occupied Palestinian territories and present our experiences with the OxPal MedLink, a web-based distance-learning collaboration which aims to address the educational needs of Palestinian medical students....
Too good to be true? An assessment of health system progress in Afghanistan, 2002-2012.
The bold decision was taken in Afghanistan in 2002 to provide donor-funded public health services by means of contracting-out of predefined health care packages. This study seeks to identify the extent to which progress has been made in public health services provision in the context of broader stat...
The biomedicalisation of war and military remains: US nuclear worker compensation in the 'post-Cold War'.
I argue that the system designed to redress the occupational exposures of nuclear workers accomplishes something else: obscuring the ethical problem of misinformation and missing data from the Cold War era; mobilising an industry of knowledge and market-economic opportunities in the arena of biomedi...
Environmental characteristics and prevalence of birth defects among children in post-war Iraq: implications for policies on rebuilding the I...
This article explores the relationship between the prevalence of 'birth defects' and environmental characteristics, and considers implications for targeting resources to establish the educational inclusion of children affected. A household survey in four governorates across Iraq in 2010, conducted u...
Holdstock-Piachaud Prize essay. The dilemma of neutrality: to what extent can humanitarian assistance be combined with efforts to promote de...
Preventing the hostile use of the life sciences and biotechnologies; fostering a culture of biosecurity and dual use awareness. Conclusions.
Politicizing aid: healthcare provision and strategic objectives.
The UK Spending Review.
Enhancing the protection of civilians from armed conflict: precautionary lessons.
Attempts to place limits on the conduct of conflict raise many practical and political concerns. This article asks how debates regarding precautionary approaches to risk might inform discussions about how limits are set for armed conflict. The 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM) provides the...
Redefining security. 1992.