Health Care in Danger Newsletter: January-June 2015

29 May 2015
Health Care in Danger Newsletter: January-June 2015
Qatari Red Crescent’s field hospital in Sidon, Lebanon. CC BY-NC-ND / ICRC / J. Björgvinsson

How can we protect hospitals, health care workers and patients from attacks? The June Newsletter of the Health Care in Danger project brings you interesting examples of measures to prevent violence and ensure safer access to health care.

Discover the latest resources of the HCID project, how National Societies of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement are joining efforts to better prevent and respond to violence, lessons learnt from the attacks against health workers during the Ebola outbreak, and a study on how gender affects access to and delivery of health care during conflict.

Table of contents:

Editorial
Latest news
New tool for policymakers and legislators
Understanding the violence affecting health care
Field Focus - NorCross: helping to ensure safe access to health care in other countries
Experts' corner - Looking at HCiD through a gender lens
Experts' corner - Lessons learnt from the Ebola
Community of concern

 

Health care in danger newsletter: January-June 2015

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