“The John Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health and The Lancet launched the first issue of The Humanitarian Health Digest yesterday. The quarterly bibliography will list recent publications and peer-reviewed articles around humanitarian health work in 3 primary categories: conflict and forced migration, natural disasters, and technological disasters. It also includes research across a spectrum of disciplines such as health systems management and environmental engineering.” – From Global Health NOW, JHSPH (May 10, 2018)
“The UN predicts more than 128 million people will need humanitarian assistance,” says Center director Paul Spiegel. “Giving humanitarian health workers a resource for the latest learnings in their area of specialization could greatly benefit the people they are trying to help.” – The Humanitarian Health Digest
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Photo above: A snapshot of Pacific Angel Nepal: partnering for health (US Air Force/Master Sgt. Jeffrey Allen).