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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: HARVARD UNIV PR, 400 Seiten, L=242mm, B=163mm, H=34mm, Gew.=739gr, [GR: 16920 - HC/Medizin/Allgemeines, Lexika], [SW: - Medical / Nursing], Gebunden, Klappentext: Since the late 1980s the international relief community has seen its resources and personnel stressed beyond capacity by humanitarian crises--large-scale, man-made catastrophes such as the conflicts in Somalia, Bosnia, Rwanda, Chechnya, Zaire, and elsewhere. Waged within collapsing states, political and ethnic strife targets civilians, causes mass population dislocation and widespread human rights abuses, and impedes the efforts of relief organizations to respond effectively. Covering topics ranging from emergency public health measures to the psychological trauma of relief workers, this volume presents both a seasoned assessment of current practice and proposals for improving operational efforts in the future. The discussion also raises important questions relating to the definition and direction of the overall humanitarian mission. Since the late 1980s the international relief community has seen its resources and personnel stressed beyond capacity by humanitarian crises--large-scale, man-made catastrophes such as the conflicts in Somalia, Bosnia, Rwanda, Chechnya, Zaire, and elsewhere. Waged within collapsing states, political and ethnic strife targets civilians, causes mass population dislocation and widespread human rights abuses, and impedes the efforts of relief organizations to respond effectively. Covering topics ranging from emergency public health measures to the psychological trauma of relief workers, this volume presents both a seasoned assessment of current practice and proposals for improving operational efforts in the future. The discussion also raises important questions relating to the definition and direction of the overall humanitarian mission.

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Since the late 1980s the international relief community has seen its resources and personnel stressed beyond capacity by humanitarian crises--large-scale, man-made catastrophes such as the conflicts in Somalia, Bosnia, Rwanda, Chechnya, Zaire, and elsewhere. Waged within collapsing states, political and ethnic strife targets civilians, causes mass population dislocation and widespread human rights abuses, and impedes the efforts of relief organizations to respond effectively. Covering topics ranging from emergency public health measures to the psychological trauma of relief workers, this volume presents both a seasoned assessment of current practice and proposals for improving operational efforts in the future. The discussion also raises important questions relating to the definition and direction of the overall humanitarian mission. Books, Health and Well Being, Medical, Reference, Public Health, Humanitarian Crises: The Medical and Public Health Response Books>Health and Well Being>Medical>Reference>Public Health Since the late 1980s the international relief community has seen its resources and personnel stressed beyond capacity by humanitarian crises--large-scale, man-made catastrophes such as the conflicts in Somalia, Bosnia, Rwanda, Chechnya, Zaire, and elsewhere. Waged within collapsing states, political and ethnic strife targets civilians, causes mass population dislocation and widespread human rights abuses, and impedes the efforts of relief organizations to respond effectively. Covering topics ranging from emergency public health measures to the psychological trauma of relief workers, this volume presents both a seasoned assessment of current practice and proposals for improving operational efforts in the future. The discussion also raises important questions relating to the definition and direction of the overall humanitarian mission.

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Harvard University Press Book Description Since the late 1980s the international relief community has seen its resour ces and personnel stressed beyond capacity by humanitarian crises--large-sc ale, man-made catastrophes such as the conflicts in Somalia, Bosnia, Rwanda , Chechnya, Zaire, and elsewhere. Waged within collapsing states, political and ethnic strife targets civilians, causes mass population dislocation an d widespread human rights abuses, and impedes the efforts of relief organiz ations to respond effectively. Covering topics ranging from emergency publi c health measures to the psychological trauma of relief workers, this volum e presents both a seasoned assessment of current practice and proposals for improving operational efforts in the future. The discussion also raises im portant questions relating to the definition and direction of the overall h umanitarian mission. Editorial Reviews From The New England Journal of Medicine Among people in developed countries, there is a sense of obligation to provide assistance when large-scale crises occur in other countries. Medical professionals are recruited by humanitarian organizations in their own countries to give such assistance directly or to supervise it. Their objectivity, compassion, and familiarity with the political, economic, and communications systems in developed countries make them invaluable advocates for distressed populations. In Humanitarian Crises: The Medical and Public Health Response, Leaning comments, "Medical professionals taking care of patients in the setting of humanitarian crisis work in channels of meaning and implication that few have been trained to understand or s. Hardcover. VG., Harvard University Press

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Since the late 1980s the international relief community has seen its resources and personnel stressed beyond capacity by humanitarian crises--large-scale, man-made catastrophes such as the conflicts in Somalia, Bosnia, Rwanda, Chechnya, Zaire, and elsewhere. Waged within collapsing states, political and ethnic strife targets civilians, causes mass population dislocation and widespread human rights abuses, and impedes the efforts of relief organizations to respond effectively. Covering topics ranging from emergency public health measures to the psychological trauma of relief workers, this volume presents both a seasoned assessment of current practice and proposals for improving operational efforts in the future. The discussion also raises important questions relating to the definition and direction of the overall humanitarian mission.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780674155152
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0674155157
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1999
Herausgeber: HARVARD UNIV PR
400 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,739 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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