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    • A two-phase approach for the identification of refugees with priority need for mental health care in Lebanon: a validation study 

      Llosa, Augusto E.; Van Ommeren, Mark; Kolappa, Kavitha; Ghantous, Zeina; Souza, Renato; Bastin, Pierre; Slavuckij, Andrej; Grais, Rebecca F. (BioMed Central, 2017)
      Background: Time and resource efficient mental disorder screening mechanisms are not available to identify the growing number of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons in priority need for mental health care. The ...
    • Using verbal autopsy to measure causes of death: the comparative performance of existing methods 

      Murray, Christopher JL; Lozano, Rafael; Flaxman, Abraham D; Serina, Peter; Phillips, David; Stewart, Andrea; James, Spencer L; Vahdatpour, Alireza; Atkinson, Charles; Freeman, Michael K; Ohno, Summer Lockett; Black, Robert; Ali, Said Mohammed; Baqui, Abdullah H; Dandona, Lalit; Dantzer, Emily; Darmstadt, Gary L; Das, Vinita; Dhingra, Usha; Dutta, Arup; Fawzi, Wafaie; Gómez, Sara; Hernández, Bernardo; Joshi, Rohina; Kalter, Henry D; Kumar, Aarti; Kumar, Vishwajeet; Lucero, Marilla; Mehta, Saurabh; Neal, Bruce; Praveen, Devarsetty; Premji, Zul; Ramírez-Villalobos, Dolores; Remolador, Hazel; Riley, Ian; Romero, Minerva; Said, Mwanaidi; Sanvictores, Diozele; Sazawal, Sunil; Tallo, Veronica; Lopez, Alan D (BioMed Central, 2014)
      Background: Monitoring progress with disease and injury reduction in many populations will require widespread use of verbal autopsy (VA). Multiple methods have been developed for assigning cause of death from a VA but their ...
    • Validity of a practitioner-administered observational tool to measure physical activity, nutrition, and screen time in school-age programs 

      Lee, Rebekka M; Emmons, Karen M; Okechukwu, Cassandra A; Barrett, Jessica L; Kenney, Erica L; Cradock, Angie L; Giles, Catherine M; deBlois, Madeleine E; Gortmaker, Steven L (BioMed Central, 2014)
      Background: Nutrition and physical activity interventions have been effective in creating environmental changes in afterschool programs. However, accurate assessment can be time-consuming and expensive as initiatives are ...