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  1. Environmental characteristics and prevalence of birth defects among children in post-war Iraq: implications for policies on rebuilding the I...

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 29(1):26 (2013) PMID 23729096

    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...
  2. Holdstock-Piachaud Prize essay. The dilemma of neutrality: to what extent can humanitarian assistance be combined with efforts to promote de...

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 28(2):113 (2012) PMID 22873004

  3. Preventing the hostile use of the life sciences and biotechnologies; fostering a culture of biosecurity and dual use awareness. Conclusions.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 28(1):99 (2012) PMID 22606764

  4. Politicizing aid: healthcare provision and strategic objectives.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 27(1):1 (2011) PMID 21721340

  5. The UK Spending Review.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 26(4):247 (2010) PMID 21314077

  6. Enhancing the protection of civilians from armed conflict: precautionary lessons.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 26(1):24 (2010) PMID 20411854

    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...
  7. Redefining security. 1992.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 25(4):282 (2009) PMID 20178195

  8. Peace work: some lessons from medicine and biology.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 25(1):65 (2009) PMID 19413157

    Medical peace work, or peace through health, is a new discipline in some universities, offered to students in health sciences as well as social science and the humanities. This article deals with some comparisons between conflict handling in medicine/biology and possible violence-reducing approaches...
  9. Implementing a hospital based injury surveillance system: a case study in Nigeria.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 24(4):273 (2008) PMID 19065867

    A pilot study of violent injury surveillance was implemented in two hospitals in Kano, Nigeria, in two phases: a formative evaluation including training and arranging the collection of hospital information, followed by a 6 month prospective data collection. Road traffic injuries constituted about 80...
  10. Abolition, small arms action plans emerge from Delhi Congress.

    Medicine, Conflict and Survival 24(3):228 (2008) PMID 18763647