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IERH Scientific Publications: Mental Health in Aid Workers

See also IERH Program Fact Sheet: Mental Health in Aid Workers.

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  • Lopes Cardozo B, Holtz T, Kaiser R, et al. The mental health of expatriate and Kosovar Albanian humanitarian aid workers. Disasters. 2005;29(2):152-170.
  • Lopes Cardozo B. Burnout among humanitarian aid workers and human service providers in post-conflict societies. In: Mollica R, ed. Project 1 Billion - Book of Best Practices: Trauma and the Role of Mental Health in Post-Conflict Recovery. Rome: Cambridge; 2004.
  • Holtz T, Salama P, Lopes Cardozo B, et al. Mental health status of human rights workers, Kosovo, June 2000. Journal of Traumatic Stress. 2002;I5(5):385-395.
  • Lopes Cardozo B, Salama P. Mental health of humanitarian aid workers in complex emergencies. In: Danieli, ed. Sharing the front line and the back hills: international protectors and providers: peacekeepers, humanitarian aid workers and the media in the midst of crisis. Amityville: Baywood Publishing; 2001:242-255.
 
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