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  1. Introductory Pre-course Module, Part 1 1 item
    1. Natural Disasters, Armed Conflict, and Public Health - Jennifer Leaning, Debarati Guha-Sapir 2013

      Article Required

  2. Introductory Pre-course Module, Part 2 7 items
    1. Refugee Health: An approach to emergency situations - Médecins Sans Frontières 1997

      Book Required Read Chapter 1

    2. Disaster and Emergency Management Conference 2013 - Podcasts

      Webpage Required Select Peer Reviewed Papers. Enter the password: disaster13. Read “Saving lives in dangerous places: the international legal frameworks applicable to humanitarian action” page 159.

    3. Humanitarian space: a review of trends and issues - Sarah Collinson, Samir Elhawary 2012

      Webpage Further

  3. Module 1: Public Health Ethics in Disasters 5 items
    1. A Research Agenda for Humanitarian Health Ethics - Matthew Hunt, Lisa Schwartz, John Pringle, Renaud Boulanger August 12, 2014

      Article Required

  4. Module 2: Cross-Cutting Issue in Disasters 6 items
    1. Aging Disaster: Mortality, Vulnerability, and Long-Term Recovery among Katrina Survivors - Vincanne Adams, Sharon R. Kaufman, Taslim Van Hattum, Sandra Moody

      Article Required

  5. Module 3: Types, causes and public health concerns in different disaster settings 5 items
    1. Epidemics after Natural Disasters - John T. Watson, Michelle Gayer, Maire A. Connolly 2007

      Article Required

    2. Communicable diseases in complex emergencies: impact and challenges - Máire A. Connolly, Michelle Gayer, Michael J. Ryan, Peter Salama 2004

      Article Required

    3. Handbook of public health in natural disasters: nutrition, food, remediation and preparation - Ronald R. Watson, Joseph A. Tabor, John Ehiri, Victor R. Preedy 2015 (electronic resources)

      Book Required Read chapter 28: Extreme weather events and vector-borne diseases. pp.490-511

    4. Non-Communicable Diseases in Emergencies: A Call to Action - Alessandro Demaio, Jennifer Jamieson, Rebecca Horn, Maximilian de Courten 2013

      Article Required

    5. Nepalese origin of cholera epidemic in Haiti - R.R. Frerichs, P.S. Keim, R. Barrais, R. Piarroux 2012

      Article Further

  6. Module 4: Management of health concerns 21 items
    1. Refugee Health: An approach to emergency situations - Médecins Sans Frontières 1997

      Book Required Read Part 2: Initial assessment

    2. Mental health and psychosocial support in humanitarian emergencies - M van Ommeren, F. Hanna, I. Weissbecker, P. Ventevogel 2015

      Article Required

    3. Mental health in complex emergencies - R.F. Mollica, B. Lopes Cardozo, H .J. Osofsky, B. Raphael 2004

      Article Further

    4. Assessing mental health and psychosocial needs and resources: Toolkit for humanitarian settings - World Health Organization (WHO), The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) 2012

      Document Further

    5. Public nutrition in complex emergencies - Helen Young, Annalies Borrel, Diane Holland, Peter Salama 2004

      Article Further

    6. Saving lives, preserving livelihoods: Understanding risk, decision-making and child health in a food crisis - Katherine Rebecca Hampshire, Catherine Panter-Brick, Kate Kilpatrick, Rachel E. Casiday 2009

      Article Further

    7. What works? Interventions for maternal and child undernutrition and survival - Zulfiqar A Bhutta, Tahmeed Ahmed, Robert E Black, Simon Cousens 02/2008

      Article Further

    8. Cash-transfer programming in emergencies - Pantaleo Cretì, Susanne Jaspars, Oxfam GB. 2006

      Book Further

    9. The Minimum Initial Services Package (MISP) for Reproductive Health in Crisis Situations - Women’s Refugee Commission, The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) 2011

      Document Further

  7. Module 5: Coordination, communication and managing staff 7 items
    1. Civil-military coordination during humanitarian health action - Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) 2011

      Document Further

    2. Approaches to Staff Care in International NGOs - Benjamin Porter, Ben Emmens 2009

      Document Further

    3. Disaster Planning and Risk Communication With Vulnerable Communities: Lessons From Hurricane Katrina - David P. Eisenman, Kristina M. Cordasco, Steve Asch, Joya F. Golden 2007

      Article Further

    4. Leadership in Crises, Disasters, and Catastrophes - Joseph E. Trainor, Lucia Velotti 09/2013

      Article Further

  8. Module 6: Rebuilding communities and health systems 8 items
    1. Post-earthquake Haiti: the critical role for rehabilitation services following a humanitarian crisis - Michel D. Landry, Colleen O'Connell, Gaetan Tardif, Anthony Burns 2010

      Article Required

    2. Building resilient health systems: a proposal for a resilience index - Margaret E. Kruk, Emilia J. Ling, Asaf Bitton, Melani Cammett 2017

      Article Required

    3. Disasters, disability and rehabilitation - World Health Organization 2005

      Document Further

  9. 2017 Readings 5 items
    1. Handbook of public health in natural disasters: nutrition, food, remediation and preparation - Ronald R. Watson, Joseph A. Tabor, John Ehiri, Victor R. Preedy 2015 (electronic resources)

      Book Required Read Chapter 3: Climate and other forms of environmental change, disasters and public health. pp.59-77

    2. Same Space – Different Mandates: International Edition - The Australian Council for International Development 2015

      Document Further

    3. Igniting the power of community: the role of CBOs and NGOs in global public health - Paul A. Gaist 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 8: Disasters and Conflict Zones Around the World: The Roles and Relationships of the Military and Nongovernmental Organizations, pages 109-141.

  10. Past Central Exam Papers 1 item
    1. Past Central Exam Papers

      Webpage  Follow the link and search for past exam papers by course code.