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The fields of Global Health and Global Emergency Response have attracted increased interest and study. There has been tremendous growth in the educational opportunities around humanitarian emergencies; however, educational resources have not yet followed the same growth. This book corrects this trend, offering a comprehensive single resource dedicated to health in humanitarian emergencies. Providing an introduction to the public health principles of response to humanitarian emergencies, the text also emphasizes the need to coordinate the public health and emergency clinical response within the architecture of the greater response effort. With contributing authors among some of the world's leading health experts and policy influencers in the field, the content is based on best practices, peer reviewed evidence, and expert consensus. The text acts as a resource for clinical and public health practitioners, graduate-level students, and individuals working in response to humanitarian emergencies for government agencies, international agencies, and NGOs.
Health in Humanitarian Emergencies: Principles and Practice for Public Health and Healthcare Practitioners
Part I. Humanitarian Emergencies: 1. Humanitarian emergencies Mark Anderson and Michael Gerber; 2. History Mark Anderson, Kristin Becknell and Joanna Taliano; 3. Who's who Cyrus Shahpar and Thomas D. Kirsch; 4. Response David A. Townes, Andre Griekspoor, Peter Mala, Ian Norton and Anthony D. Redmond; 5. Epidemiology Christine Dubray and Debarati Guha-Sapir; 6. Ethics Barbara Tomczyk and Aun Lor; Part II. Public Health Principles: 7. Needs assessments Richard Garfield, Johan von Schreeb, Anneli Eriksson and Patrice Chataigner; 8. Surveys Oleg O. Bilukha, Olivier Degomme, and Eva Leidman; 9. Surveillance Farah Husain and Peter Mala; 10. Monitoring and evaluation Goldie MacDonald, Lori A. Wingate and Susan Temporado Cookson; 11. Water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) Nicole Weber, Anu Rajasingham, Molly Patrick, Andrea Martinsen and Thomas Handzel; 12. Nutrition Leisel E. Talley and Erin Boyd; 13. Food security Silke Pietzsch, Leisel E. Talley and Carlos Navarro-Colorado; 14. Reproductive health Barbara Tomczyk, Diane Morof and Malcolm Potts; 15. Protection Wendy Wheaton, Dabney P. Evans and Mark Anderson; 16. Vaccine-preventable diseases Eugene Lam, Henri Van Hombergh, Allen Gidraf Kahindo Maina, Lisandro Torre and Muireann Brennan; 17. Camp management Paul J. Giannone, Mohamed Hilmi and Mark Anderson; 18. Shelter and settlements Charles A. Setchell, Eddie J. Argenal, LeGrand L. Malany and Paul J. Giannone; 19. Logistics and coordination Rebecca Turner, Travis Vail Betz, George A. Roark and Darrell Morris Lester; 20. Disaster risk reduction and resiliance Lise D. Martel, Qudsia Huda, Kimberly Hanson and Ali Ardalan; Part III. Illness and Injury: 21. Acute respiratory infection Nina Marano and Jamal A. Ahmed; 22. Diarrheal disease Ciara O'Reilly, Kathryn Alberti, David Olson and Eric Mintz; 23. HIV Kevin R. Clarke and Nathan Ford; 24. Malaria Holly Williams, Marian Schilperoord, David A. Townes and S. Patrick Kachur; 25. Malnutrition Carlos Navarro-Colorado, Eva Leidman and Maureen L. Gallagher; 26. Measles Eugene Lam, Allen Gidraf Kahindo Maina, Lisandro Torre, Muireann Brennan and James Goodson; 27. Meningococcal disease Sarah A. Meyer, Amanda Cohn and Matthew Coldiron; 28. Mental health Barbara Lopes Cardozo and Richard Francis Mollica; 29. Tuberculosis Michelle Gayer and Susan Temporado Cookson; 30. Injuries and trauma Benjamin Levy, David Sugerman, Mark Anderson and Charles Mock; 31. Noncommunicable diseases Bayard Roberts, Holly Williams and Sonia Angell.