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Table 1 Collection papers by health area

From: Introduction to collection: confronting the challenges of health research in humanitarian crises

Health Area Lead Author - Title Number on Map (Fig. 1)
Aging Maestre, et al. - Research on aging during the Venezuelan humanitarian crisis: the experience of the Maracaibo aging study 1
Environmental Health Vega Ocasio, et al. - Conducting an immersive community-based assessment of post-hurricane experience among Puerto Ricans: lived experience of medical ecology in an environmental disaster and migration 2
Gender-Based Violence Falb, et al. - Pre-positioning an evaluation of cash assistance programming in an acute emergency: strategies and lessons learned from a study in Raqqa Governorate, Syria 3
Infectious Disease Alva, et al. - Conducting mixed-methods research with Ebola survivors in a complex setting in Sierra Leone 4
Ho, et al. - A Mixed-methods Investigation to Understand and Improve the Scaled-up Infection Prevention and Control in Primary Care Health Facilities During the Ebola Virus Disease Epidemic in Sierra Leone (submitted) 5
Oloruntoba, et al. - A case study approach to assess routine childhood immunization coverage of populations in an internally displaced persons (IDP) camp in northeastern Nigeria (submitted) 6
Palliative Care de Laat, et al. - A case analysis of partnered research on palliative care for refugees in Jordan and Rwanda 7
Maternal and Child Health Gaffey, et al. - Researching the delivery of health and nutrition interventions for women and children in the context of armed conflict: lessons on research challenges and strategies from BRANCH Consortium case studies of Somalia, Mali, Pakistan and Afghanistan 8
Iellamo, et al. - Breastfeeding knowledge of mothers in protracted crises: the Gaza Strip example 9
Lasater, et al. - Lessons learned evaluating the baby friendly spaces program for south Sudanese refugees in Gambella, Ethiopia: strengthening research and programmatic partnerships to address maternal and child health and psychosocial needs in humanitarian emergencies 10
Sami, et al. - An analytic perspective of a mixed methods study during humanitarian crises in South Sudan: translating facility- and community-based newborn guidelines into practice 11
Tounkara, et al. - A health system intervention in a humanitarian crisis situation in Mali (submitted) 12
Mental Health Betancourt, et al. - The intergenerational impact of war on mental health and psychosocial wellbeing: lessons from the longitudinal study of war-affected youth in Sierra Leone 13
Caman, et al. - Mental health research among refugees in Turkey (submitted) 14
Padmavati, et al. - Learnings from conducting mental health research during 2004 tsunami in Tamil Nadu, India 15
Panter-Brick, et al. - Measuring the psychosocial, biological, and cognitive signatures of profound stress in humanitarian settings: impacts, challenges, and strategies in the field 16
Poole, et al. - A combination sampling approach for epidemiologic research in humanitarian settings: a case analysis of a study of depressive disorder prevalence among refugees in Greece 17
Weine, et al. - Conducting research on building psychosocial support for Syrian refugee families in a humanitarian emergency 18
Sexual and Reproductive Health Ahmed, et al. - Challenges and strategies in conducting sexual and reproductive health research among Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 19
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Lantagne, et al. - Lessons learned from conducting six multi-country mixed-methods effectiveness research studies on water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions in humanitarian response 20
Salih, et al. - Efficiency of well-tank-faucet system chlorination to control water-related ailments in a low-resource humanitarian setting in Sudan (submitted) 21
Yimer, et al. - Community engagement and building trust to resolve ethical challenges during humanitarian crises: experience from the CAGED study 22
Multiple Conditions Guha-Sapir, et al. - Challenges in public health and epidemiology research in humanitarian settings: experiences from the field 23