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Research for health in conflict - preserving life and wellbeing in populations affected by violence

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Published: 18.09.18
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Dr Preeti Patel - King's College London, London, Prof Richard Sullivan - King's College London, London

Dr Preeti Patel and Prof Richard Sullivan speak to ecancer about the executive board meeting for the R4HC Meeting programme, which brings together the regional collaborators to discuss updates and activities.

Dr Patel explains that the programme addresses the general health of conflict affected populations at a time where there is the highest number of displaced people globally since the end of WWII.

One of the aims of the grant is to address the health needs of these populations and neighbouring areas.

Prof Sullivan elaborates that the long-term goal of the programme is to develop methods of conducting research within conflict situations by establishing regional centres of excellence in conflict and health research. 

 

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