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September-December 2016
Volume 14 | Issue 3
Page Nos. 0-334

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SUMMARIES  

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From the editor: on being unseen p. 186
Marian Tankink
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CURRENT AFFAIRS Top

Socio-economic and psychological effects of terrorist bomb blasts on the lives of survivors: an exploratory study on affected individuals p. 189
Dilwar Hussain, Rudhir Prakash Sarma
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When psychological first aid is not enough: personal reflections on psychosocial interventions in Duma, a village in north West Bank p. 200
Zimmermann Maximilien
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Introduction to Special section: mainstreaming psychosocial approaches and principles into ‘other’ sectors p. 207
Rebecca Horn, Djoen Besselink, Marian Tankink
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The integration of livelihood support and mental health and psychosocial wellbeing for populations who have been subject to severe stressors p. 211
Guglielmo Schininá, Elisabeth Babcock, Rachel Nadelman, James Sonam Walsh, Ann Willhoite, Alys Willman
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Linking mental health and psychosocial support and disaster risk reduction: applying a wellbeing lens to disaster risk reduction p. 223
Ananda Galappatti, Stephen M Richardson
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Mainstreaming mental health and psychosocial support in camp coordination and camp management. The experience of the International Organization for Migration in the north east of Nigeria and South Sudan p. 232
Guglielmo Schininá, Nuno Nunes, Pauline Birot, Luana Giardinelli, Gladys Kios
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Not doing more, but doing differently: integrating a community based psychosocial approach into other sectors p. 245
Rebecca Horn, Maria Waade, Marina Kalisky
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Integrated psychosocial and food security approach in an emergency context: Central African Republic p. 257
Elisabetta Dozio, Lisa Peyre, Sophie Oliveau Morel, Cécile Bizouerne
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In spite of the clarity of mental health and psychosocial core principles: the existence of a participation implementation gap p. 272
Djoen Besselink
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Comprehensive mental health and psychosocial support case management and indicative care pathways within humanitarian settings p. 281
Constanze Quosh
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Perceived needs and daily stressors in an urban refugee setting: Humanitarian Emergency Settings Perceived Needs Scale survey of Syrian refugees in Kilis, Turkey p. 293
Boris Budosan, Sabah Aziz, Marie Theres Benner, Batoul Abras
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Youth resilience makes a difference in mitigating stress: teacher mediated school intervention in Bethlehem p. 305
Mohammed M A Shaheen, Oppenheim Shani
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Ghosts in the big city: surviving and adapting to internal displacement in Colombia, South America p. 320
Elvia Ramírez, Arely del Pilar Gómez Ramírez, Clara Gesteira Santos, Roberto Chaskel, Zelde Espinel, James M Shultz
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The other side of ‘economic migration’: psychosocial issues affecting young people returning to Ethiopia p. 330
Jack Obali Odolla
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