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A Bayesian hierarchical model for mortality data from cluster-sampling household surveys in humanitarian crises 2018 International Journal of Epidemiology HEUDTLASS P.; GUHA-SAPIR D.; SPEYBROECK N.
2018 Review of Disaster Events 2019 CRED CRED and UNISDR
2015 Disasters in Numbers 2016 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
2013 - Disasters in Numbers 2014 Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
2010 Disasters in Numbers 2011 CRED Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters - CRED
10 years of the Syrian conflict: a time to act and not merely to remember 2021 The Lancet Samer Jabbour , Jennifer Leaning , Iman Nuwayhid
The Democratic Republic of the Congo 2007 A brief analysis of anthropometric surveys from 2000-2006, CRED: Brussels TSCHOEGL E., DEGOMME O., GUHA-SAPIR D.
Tackling the COVID-19 outbreak: assessing the public's risk perceptions and adherence to Measures (TACOM) 2021 CRED Isabelle Aujoulat, Bénédicte Scheen, Kirsten Vanderplanken, Stephan Van den Broucke,Joris van Loenhout
L'Epidémiologie des Désastres, une Science Naissante au Service des Pays en Voie de Développement: Deuxième Partie Aspects Alimentaires et Nutritionnels 1976 Louvain Médical, 95: 185-95 De VILLE de GOYET C.
Heatwave-protective knowledge and behaviour among urban populations: a multi-country study in Tunisia, Georgia and Israel 2021 BMC Public Health Joris van Loenhout ,Kirsten Vanderplanken ,Tamari Kashibadze

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