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NEW! 29 April 2019 –  Rebecca Barber – What is research in humanitarian crises and do ethical research principles apply?

NEW! 25 March 2019 –  Hannah Hafezi – Ebola and Evidence: 5 years on.

28 February 2019 –  Tom Wein – Speed up your qualitative analysis with Data Stripping Sheets.

28 January 2019 –  Jan Clarkson, Mary Macdonald, Rebecca Harris, Mark KeboaAbirami Kirubarajan and Lara Hollmann – Launch of new priority area: Oral health for refugees and asylum-seekers.

17 December 2018 –  Zahra Saad and Tamara Lotfi – The use of evidence synthesis in the humanitarian field.

23 November 2018 –  Ross White – Refugee mental health: exploring the impact of community-based psychosocial interventions.

23 November 2018 –  Clara Egger  and Doris Schopper – Do we all speak and practice “humanitarian” in the same way?

23 November 2018 –  Charles Parrack Long term impact of shelter programmes.

22 November 2018 – Dell Saulnier, Anneli Erikkson and Claire Allen – “Because rolling dice, asking for divine intervention and taking wild stabs at the problem don’t work”: The use of evidence in humanitarian response.

22 November 2018 – Anne-Catherine Vanhove, Trui Van Ackere, Philippe Vandekerckhove, Emmy De Buck – How can evidence-based practice support forecast-based financing.

21 November 2018 – Sian White and Torben Holm LarsenThe Supertowel: Using evidence to drive innovation in humanitarian handwashing interventions. 

21 November 2018 – Tom WeinHow to run experiments, when you can’t afford a randomized trial.

21 November 2018 – Prisca Benelli and Ehtisham Ul HassanEvidence checker tool.

20 November 2018 – Julian Sheather – Research in humanitarian crises – ethics and evidence gathering

20 November 2018 – Amit Mistry and Blythe Beecroft – Making the case for health research in humanitarian crises: A call for case examples

19 November 2018 – Chris Winchester – Real-world-evidence: From healthcare to humanitarian assistance

19 November 2018 – Marta Balinska & Joanna Ventikos – Clinical evidence from humanitarian settings: the case report and its importance.

15 October 2018 – Julie Watson Putting the fun into handwashing: A new approach to handwashing promotion for children

9 November 2017 – Rick Bartoldus – Humanitarian practitioners shouldn’t aim to copy evidence-based medicine

6 November 2017 – Gareth Owen – Turning evidence into action

25 October 2017 – Neil Greenberg – Mental health: Disasters and what not to do

26 September 2017 – Matthew Hunt – Ethics OF and ethics IN humanitarian research

27 June 2017 – Isla Kuhn – Global and disaster health special interest group: Evidence Aid and me

8 June 2017 – Jeroen Jansen – Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and evidence: A worrying trend

8 June 2017 – Julian Sheather – Ethics and evidence – a year on

15 May 2017 – Lorcan Clarke – A path to progress: Implementing the Sendai Frameworks global mandate for better evidence in disasters

18 April 2017 – Maurice Said and Hayley Watson – Facilitating continuity across UK disaster research

14 March 2017 – Kristi Koenig – The Quarantine Conundrum: Perspectives for the humanitarian community

14 February 2017 – Melissa Harper Shehadeh and Mark van Ommeren – Evidence in the face of adversity: studying psychological interventions in humanitarian settings

11 January 2017 – Alice Obrecht – New Year, New You – What the World Humanitarian Summit can learn from failed new years resolutions

20 December 2016 – Mike Clarke – We could be heroes

21 November 2016 – Justin Parkhurst – From evidence based policy to the good governance of evidence

31 October 2016 – Claudine Prudhon, Jacqueline Frize and Prisca Benelli – Prioritising the generation of evidence on infant and young child feeding interventions in emergencies

24 October 2016 – Carl Heneghan – Why we need Evidence for Aid and why CEBM is partnering with Evidence Aid

27 September 2016 – Marie McGrath and Jeremy Shoham – Evidence in humanitarian emergencies: What does it look like?

23 August 2016 – Hugo Slim – Ethics and Evidence – reply to Donal O’Mathuna

23 August 2016 – Donal O’Mathuna – Ethics and Evidence

2 August 2016 – Thérèse Murphy – Human rights preparedness

14 June, 2016 -Jeroen Jansen – The World Humanitarian Summit, Effectiveness and Evidence

14 June, 2016 – Paul Cairney – How can humanitarian and foreign aid policy become evidence-based?

16 May, 2016 – Niall Roche – Household Air Pollution and other Environmental Determinants of Health in the context of the World Humanitarian Summit

20 April, 2016 – Marvin L. Birnbaum, MD, PhDThe Science of Disaster Health

18 March, 2016 – Dr Philip Davies – What is evidence?

15 February, 2016 – Tom Kirsch and Paul PerrinA Proposed Framework for Improving the Quality of Humanitarian Response

7 January, 2016 – Andrew S. Pullin & Teri M. KnightReducing the impact of extreme environmental events using Environmental Evidence

17 November, 2015 – Jeroen Jansen, Director, Evidence AidWill one per cent suffice?

13 October, 2015 – Amina Aitsi-Selmi, Kevin Blanchard, Virginia MurrayThe 2015 Sustainable Development Goals and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction: a year for policy coherence

25 August, 2015 – Mike ClarkeEbola and evidence: How will best intentions deliver the best outcomes?