Please note that this Resources page is are updated as and when we can, but may not contain the most up to date evidence that is available. Please use your discretion when using these resources.
Evidence Aid resources are split into four categories: Health issues, Emergency type, Humanitarian cluster, and Person groups.
Looking for a type of emergency? Please select from the dropdown.
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In addition to the resources, there are also five disaster-specific Collections.
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Evidence Aid, along with partners (including the International Rescue Committee (USA) and Cochrane), has assessed published systematic reviews. Those identified as being of relevance to natural disasters, humanitarian crises or major healthcare emergencies, that include health outcomes, are included within the four categories and include a summary of the review before it links to the full article. Most summaries are also available in Spanish and French.
If you would like to use an appraisal framework when considering the relevance and quality of the full reviews that Evidence Aid links to, a few useful tools are: AMSTAR, CASP and ROBIS. Guidance is also available on reporting reviews: PRISMA.
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