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  1. Content type: Research

    Many countries ravaged by conflict have substantial morbidity and mortality attributed to HIV/AIDS yet HIV treatment is uncommonly available. Universal access to HIV care cannot be achieved unless the needs of...

    Authors: Daniel P O'Brien, Sarah Venis, Jane Greig, Leslie Shanks, Tom Ellman, Kalpana Sabapathy, Lisa Frigati and Clair Mills

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2010 4:12

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    The aim of this population-based study was to assess the long-lasting effects of ethnic conflict on health and well-being (with a focus on injury and persistent pain) at family and community level. We have als...

    Authors: Shr-Jie Wang, Mimoza Salihu, Feride Rushiti, Labinot Bala and Jens Modvig

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2010 4:11

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  3. Content type: Research

    Despite the signing of international peace agreements, a deadly war continues in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and sexual violence is a prominent modus operandi of many military groups operating in th...

    Authors: Susan A Bartels, Jennifer A Scott, Denis Mukwege, Robert I Lipton, Michael J VanRooyen and Jennifer Leaning

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2010 4:9

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  4. Content type: Research

    Cyclone Nargis hit Burma on May 2, 2008, killing over 138,000 and affecting at least 2.4 million people. The Burmese military junta, the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC), initially blocked internatio...

    Authors: Voravit Suwanvanichkij, Noriyuki Murakami, Catherine I Lee, Jen Leigh, Andrea L Wirtz, Brock Daniels, Mahn Mahn, Cynthia Maung and Chris Beyrer

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2010 4:8

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  5. Content type: Case study

    The impact of conflict on population health and health infrastructure has been well documented; however the efforts of the international community to rebuild health systems in post-conflict periods have not be...

    Authors: Valerie Percival and Egbert Sondorp

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2010 4:7

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  6. Content type: Research

    The provision of surgical assistance in conflict is often associated with care for victims of violence. However, there is an increasing appreciation that surgical care is needed for non-traumatic morbidities. ...

    Authors: Kathryn Chu, Philippe Havet, Nathan Ford and Miguel Trelles

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2010 4:6

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  7. Content type: Research

    Of the 140 000 Burmese* refugees living in camps in Thailand, 30% are youths aged 15-24. Health services in these camps do not specifically target young people and their problems and needs are poorly understoo...

    Authors: Marie T Benner, Joy Townsend, Wiphan Kaloi, Kyi Htwe, Nantarat Naranichakul, Saowalak Hunnangkul, Verena I Carrara and Egbert Sondorp

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2010 4:5

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  8. Content type: Short report

    Although chickenpox is a generally mild, self-limited illness of children, it can cause fatal disease in adults. Accumulating reports from tropical countries showed a high prevalence of seronegativity among th...

    Authors: Yusuke Shimakawa, Olivier Camélique and Koya Ariyoshi

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2010 4:4

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  9. Content type: Review

    Crises due to armed conflict, forced displacement and natural disasters result in excess morbidity and mortality due to infectious diseases. Historically, acute respiratory infections (ARIs) have received rela...

    Authors: Anna Bellos, Kim Mulholland, Katherine L O'Brien, Shamim A Qazi, Michelle Gayer and Francesco Checchi

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2010 4:3

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  10. Content type: Research

    Access to HIV and malaria control programmes for refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) is not only a human rights issue but a public health priority for affected populations and host populations. Th...

    Authors: Paul B Spiegel, Heiko Hering, Eugene Paik and Marian Schilperoord

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2010 4:2

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  11. Content type: Short report

    Colombia has been seriously affected by an internal armed conflict for more than 40 years affecting mainly the civilian population, who is forced to displace, suffers kidnapping, extortion, threats and assassi...

    Authors: Elisabeth Sanchez-Padilla, German Casas, Rebecca F Grais, Sarah Hustache and Marie-Rose Moro

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2009 3:13

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  12. Content type: Research

    Prolonged exposure to war has severely impacted the provision of health services in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Health infrastructure has been destroyed, health workers have fled and government...

    Authors: Sara E Casey, Kathleen T Mitchell, Immaculée Mulamba Amisi, Martin Migombano Haliza, Blandine Aveledi, Prince Kalenga and Judy Austin

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2009 3:12

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  13. Content type: Research

    Social determinants of health describe the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age and their influence on health. These circumstances are shaped by the distribution of money, power and re...

    Authors: Bayard Roberts, Vicky Norah Odong, John Browne, Kaducu Felix Ocaka, Wenzel Geissler and Egbert Sondorp

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2009 3:10

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  14. Content type: Research

    In February, 2007, the Associated Press (AP) conducted a poll of 1,002 adults in the United States about their attitudes towards the war in Iraq. Respondents were remarkably accurate estimating the current dea...

    Authors: Schuyler W Henderson, William E Olander and Les Roberts

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2009 3:9

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  15. Content type: Short report

    Survey estimates of mortality and malnutrition are commonly used to guide humanitarian decision-making. Currently, different methods of conducting field surveys are the subject of debate among epidemiologists....

    Authors: Rebecca F Grais, Francisco J Luquero, Emmanuel Grellety, Heloise Pham, Benjamin Coghlan and Pierre Salignon

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2009 3:8

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  16. Content type: Review

    Humanitarian agencies are increasingly engaged in research in conflict and post-conflict settings. This is justified by the need to improve the quality of assistance provided in these settings and to collect e...

    Authors: Nathan Ford, Edward J Mills, Rony Zachariah and Ross Upshur

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2009 3:7

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  17. Content type: Research

    The aim of this study was to establish the prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression among Rwandese and Somali refugees resident in a Ugandan refugee settlement, as a measure of the men...

    Authors: Lamaro P Onyut, Frank Neuner, Verena Ertl, Elisabeth Schauer, Michael Odenwald and Thomas Elbert

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2009 3:6

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  18. Content type: Research

    Kenya experienced a political and humanitarian crisis following presidential elections on 27 December 2007. Over 1,200 people were killed and 300,000 displaced, with disproportionate violence in western Kenya....

    Authors: Rachel C Vreeman, Winstone M Nyandiko, Edwin Sang, Beverly S Musick, Paula Braitstein and Sarah E Wiehe

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2009 3:5

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  19. Content type: Research

    Despite international acknowledgement of the linkages between sexual violence and conflict, reliable data on its prevalence, the circumstances, characteristics of perpetrators, and physical or mental health im...

    Authors: Birthe Steiner, Marie T Benner, Egbert Sondorp, K Peter Schmitz, Ursula Mesmer and Sandrine Rosenberger

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2009 3:3

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  20. Content type: Case study

    The Pool region of the Republic of Congo is an isolated, conflict-affected area with under-resourced and poorly functioning health care services. Despite significant AIDS-related mortality and morbidity in thi...

    Authors: Daniel P O'Brien, Clair Mills, Catherine Hamel, Nathan Ford and Kevin Pottie

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2009 3:1

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  21. Content type: Short report

    Kenya's post-election violence in early 2008 created considerable problems for health services, and in particular, those providing HIV care. It was feared that the disruptions in services would lead to widespr...

    Authors: Tony Reid, Ian van Engelgem, Barbara Telfer and Marcel Manzi

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2008 2:15

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  22. Content type: Research

    Providing reproductive and sexual health services is an important and challenging aspect of caring for displaced populations, and preventive and curative sexual health services may play a role in reducing HIV ...

    Authors: Mark I Chen, Anna von Roenne, Yaya Souare, Franz von Roenne, Akaco Ekirapa, Natasha Howard and Matthias Borchert

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2008 2:14

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  23. Content type: Research

    An HIV behavioral surveillance survey was undertaken in November 2005 at Lugufu refugee camp and surrounding host villages, located near western Tanzania's border with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

    Authors: Elizabeth A Rowley, Paul B Spiegel, Zawadi Tunze, Godfrey Mbaruku, Marian Schilperoord and Patterson Njogu

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2008 2:13

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  24. Content type: Research

    Comprehensive studies of family planning (FP) in refugee camps are relatively uncommon. This paper examines gender and age differences in family planning knowledge, attitudes, and practices among Sierra Leonea...

    Authors: Natasha Howard, Sarah Kollie, Yaya Souare, Anna von Roenne, David Blankhart, Claire Newey, Mark I Chen and Matthias Borchert

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2008 2:12

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  25. Content type: Research

    India and Pakistan have disputed ownership of the Kashmir Valley region for many years, resulting in high levels of exposure to violence among the civilian population of Kashmir (India). A survey was done as p...

    Authors: Kaz de Jong, Saskia van de Kam, Nathan Ford, Kamalini Lokuge, Silke Fromm, Renate van Galen, Brigg Reilley and Rolf Kleber

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2008 2:11

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  26. Content type: Research

    India and Pakistan have disputed ownership of the Kashmir Valley region for many years, resulting in several conflicts since the end of partition in 1947. Very little is known about the prevalence of violence ...

    Authors: Kaz de Jong, Nathan Ford, Saskia van de Kam, Kamalini Lokuge, Silke Fromm, Renate van Galen, Brigg Reilley and Rolf Kleber

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2008 2:10

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  27. Content type: Methodology

    The accurate interpretation of mortality surveys in humanitarian crises is useful for both public health responses and security responses. Recent examples suggest that few medical personnel and researchers can...

    Authors: Edward J Mills, Francesco Checchi, James J Orbinski, Michael J Schull, Frederick M Burkle Jr, Chris Beyrer, Curtis Cooper, Colleen Hardy, Sonal Singh, Richard Garfield, Bradley A Woodruff and Gordon H Guyatt

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2008 2:9

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  28. Content type: Research

    Tobacco is a leading cause of death globally. There are limited reports on current cigarette smoking prevalence and its associated-antismoking messages among adolescents in conflict zones of the world. We, the...

    Authors: Seter Siziya, Emmanuel Rudatsikira and Adamson S Muula

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2008 2:6

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  29. Content type: Research

    Mobile population groups are at high risk for contracting HIV infection. Many factors contribute to this risk including high prevalence of risky behavior and increased risk of violence due to conflict and war....

    Authors: Rukhsana Gazi, Alec Mercer, Tanyaporn Wansom, Humayun Kabir, Nirod Chandra Saha and Tasnim Azim

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2008 2:5

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  30. Content type: Review

    Myanmar is experiencing an HIV epidemic documented since the late 1980s. The National AIDS Programme national surveillance ante-natal clinics had already estimated in 1993 that 1.4% of pregnant women were HIV ...

    Authors: Brian Williams, Daniel Baker, Markus Bühler and Charles Petrie

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2008 2:3

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  31. Content type: Research

    In March 2003, the United States invaded Iraq. The subsequent number, rates, and causes of mortality in Iraq resulting from the war remain unclear, despite intense international attention. Understanding mortal...

    Authors: Christine Tapp, Frederick M Burkle Jr, Kumanan Wilson, Tim Takaro, Gordon H Guyatt, Hani Amad and Edward J Mills

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2008 2:1

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  32. Content type: Research

    Using Geographical Information System (GIS) as a tool to determine access to and gaps in providing HIV counselling and testing (VCT), treatment (ART) and mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) services in confli...

    Authors: Dick D Chamla, Olushayo Olu, Jennifer Wanyana, Nasan Natseri, Eddie Mukooyo, Sam Okware, Abdikamal Alisalad and Melville George

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2007 1:12

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  33. Content type: Research

    In Somalia, a large number of active and former combatants are affected by psychological problems such as Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). This disorder impairs their ability to re-integrate into civilian...

    Authors: Michael Odenwald, Birke Lingenfelder, Maggie Schauer, Frank Neuner, Brigitte Rockstroh, Harald Hinkel and Thomas Elbert

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2007 1:10

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  34. Content type: Research

    Burma records the highest number of malaria deaths in southeast Asia and may represent a reservoir of infection for its neighbors, but the burden of disease and magnitude of transmission among border populatio...

    Authors: Adam K Richards, Linda Smith, Luke C Mullany, Catherine I Lee, Emily Whichard, Kristin Banek, Mahn Mahn, Eh Kalu Shwe Oo and Thomas J Lee

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2007 1:9

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  35. Content type: Research

    Little is known about human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) awareness among Afghan injecting drug users (IDUs), many of whom initiated injecting as refugees. We explored whether differences in HIV awareness and k...

    Authors: Catherine S Todd, Abdullah MS Abed, Steffanie A Strathdee, Paul T Scott, Boulos A Botros, Naqibullah Safi and Kenneth C Earhart

    Citation: Conflict and Health 2007 1:5

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