Please find below a range of publications and articles from our faculty staff and leadership.
Blanchet K, Alwan A, Antoine C, et al. Protecting essential health services in low-income and middle-income countries and humanitarian settings while responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. BMJ Global Health 2020;5:e003675.
Bjertrup P.J., Ben Farhat J., Bouhenia M., Neuman M., Mayaud P., Blanchet K. (2021) ‘Being Stuck’: Refugees’ Experiences of Enforced Waiting in Greece. In: Vindrola-Padros C., Vindrola-Padros B., Lee-Crossett K. (eds) Immobility and Medicine. Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-4976-2_3
Salehi AS, Borghi J, Blanchet K, et al. The cost-effectiveness of using performance-based financing to deliver the basic package of health services in Afghanistan. BMJ Global Health, 2020
Responding to COVID-19: Guidance for humanitarian agenciesAuthors: Ramalingam, B., Singh, N.S., Mahieu, A. and Blanchet, K.28 April 2020
How should humanitarian organisations prepare and respond to COVID-19 in humanitarian settings in low- and middle-income countries?
This Rapid Learning Review, written in partnership with ALNAP and The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) outlines 14 actions, insights and ideas for humanitarian actors to consider in their COVID-19 responses. It summarises and synthesises the best available knowledge and guidance for developing a health response to COVID-19 in low- and middle-income settings as at April 2020.
Jean-Marc Biquet et al. – 12 March 2020
Karl Blanchet, James Smith
Karl Blanchet, Karin Diaconu, Sophie Witter
Nuffield Council on Bioethics Working Group and co-authors: Sanjoy Bhattacharya, Karl Blanchet, Simon Caney, Emily Ying Yang Chan, Beatriz da Costa Thomé, Philippe Guérin, Julian Hughes, Patricia Kingori, Heidi Larson, Soka Moses, Sharifah Sekalala, Julian Sheather and Paulina Tindana.
Research in global Health Emergencies: https://www.nuffieldbioethics.org/publications/research-in-global-health-emergencies
The Nuffield Council on Biotechs has launched a new report on Research in Global Health Emergencies. The Director of CERAH, Karl Blanchet was a co-author of the report.
The aim of the report is to identify ways in which research can be undertaken ethically during emergencies, in order to promote the contribution that ethically-conducted research can make to improving current and future emergency preparedness and response.
Press release: https://nuffieldbioethics.org/news