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Ethics of health research conducted in conflict and other humanitarian settings

Edited by Donal O'Mathuna
Conflict and Health

© Jon Anders Wiken / stock.adobe.comResearchers within conflict settings face different ethical challenges to those seen during peacetime. This collection accepts submissions that address the ethical challenges faced by researchers within a humanitarian setting and methods of monitoring ethical research conduct.

This collection of articles has not been sponsored and articles have undergone the journal’s standard peer-review process. The Editors declare no competing interests. Further articles will continue to be added, including unsolicited submissions.

This collection is now closed and no longer open for submissions.

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  1. Public health investigations, including research, in refugee populations are necessary to inform evidence-based interventions and care. The unique challenges refugees face (displacement, limited political prot...

    Authors: Emma E. Seagle, Amanda J. Dam, Priti P. Shah, Jessica L. Webster, Drue H. Barrett, Leonard W. Ortmann, Nicole J. Cohen and Nina N. Marano
    Citation: Conflict and Health 2020 14:39
  2. Children’s right to participate in data collection during emergencies has been widely recognized by humanitarian actors. However, participation in such activities can expose children to risk. Tensions have bee...

    Authors: Cyril Bennouna, Hani Mansourian and Lindsay Stark
    Citation: Conflict and Health 2017 11:5