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Conflict and Health: seven years of advancing science in humanitarian crises

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Conflict and Health began in 2007 with an aim to provide a forum to document public health responses during and after conflict across the world. The journal has published over 120 articles that span the range of public health domains including, but not limited to, infectious disease control, reproductive health and sexual and gender-based violence, mental health, health system reconstruction, and ethics in emergencies. The growth of Conflict and Health has taken place during a time of increasing focus on evidence-based approaches to reducing mortality and morbidity in humanitarian emergencies, and increasing prominence of openaccess peer-reviewed literature.

Conflict and Health: seven years of advancing science in humanitarian crises; Ruwan Ratnayake, Olivier Degomme, Bayard Roberts, Paul Spiegel; Conflict and Health 2014, 8:7 (12 May 2014)