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Medicine, Conflict and Survival

Print ISSN
1362-3699
Electronic ISSN
1743-9396
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Proquest
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http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/fmcs20/current
Usage rank
11810
Article count
1436
Free count
7
Free percentage
0.00487465
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  1. Building medical education and research capacity in areas of conflict and instability: experiences of the OxPal Medlink in the occupied Pale...

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 30(3):166 (2014) PMID 25144952

    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....
  2. Too good to be true? An assessment of health system progress in Afghanistan, 2002-2012.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 29(4):322 (2013) PMID 24494581

    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...
  3. The biomedicalisation of war and military remains: US nuclear worker compensation in the 'post-Cold War'.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 29(2):111 (2013) PMID 24236362

    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...
  4. Mental health survey among landmine survivors in Siem Reap province, Cambodia.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 28(2):161 (2012) PMID 22873010

    We explored the mental health consequences on 166 landmine injury survivors selected from 1000 household in 50 clusters and an oversample of all landmine survivors. We found a prevalence of anxiety of 62% for all respondents, 74% for depression, and 34% for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The...
  5. 'Getting the biosecurity architecture right' in the Asia-Pacific region.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 28(1):45 (2012) PMID 22606760

    This paper offers insights to enhance biosecurity in the Asia-Pacific by asking three questions. What risks/threats are significant in the region? Which security measures should be prioritized? What kind of regional--institutionalized and ad-hoc--arrangements should be implemented? By doing so the p...
  6. Post 9/11 Somalia: the strategic role of health systems strengthening in global security.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 27(4):205 (2011) PMID 22416568

  7. Highly active anti-retroviral therapy in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV in rural Zimbabwe during the socio-economic c...

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 27(3):165 (2011) PMID 22320015

    Our HAART regimen demonstrates that PMTCT of HIV can be effective even during times of socioeconomic crisis in resource-poor rural settings....
  8. Spies, vaccines and violence: fake health campaigns and the neutrality of health.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 27(2):73 (2011) PMID 22073529

  9. Climate change-induced conflict: a threat to human health.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 27(1):17 (2011) PMID 21721344

  10. Cluster munitions: a threat to health and human rights.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 26(2):101 (2010) PMID 20718283

    We review the history of these weapons, their effects on individuals and communities, the history of efforts to limit their use, the Convention on Cluster Munitions, and ways that health professionals can support efforts to ban their use. Cluster munitions are a threat to civilians in conflict and p...