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The use of epidemiological tools in conflict-affected populations: open-access educational resources for policy-makers

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LSHTM, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

This website presents a short, accessible discussions of various key topics in field epidemiology as applied to humanitarian emergencies. The website’s target audience is “policy-makers” in the humanitarian relief and human security fields who may or may not have a background in public health and epidemiology. Users may choose to go through the materials in a progressive fashion or select a specific topic that is of interest to them and read the corresponding pages

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