Earthquakes to Floods:A Scoping Review of Health-related Disaster Research in Low-and Middle-Income Countries


Published: 28Jan2019

A scoping review by Catherine M. Tansey, John Pringle, Anushree Davé, and Matthew Hunt.  

Introduction: Health-related disaster research is a relatively small; but growing field of inquiry.  A better understanding of the scope and scale of health-related disaster research that has occurred in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) would be useful to funders, researchers, humanitarian aid organizations, and governments as they strive to identify gaps, disparities, trends, and needs of populations affected by disasters.

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