Militaries and global health: peace, conflict, and disaster response

2019-01-21T12:56:50+10:00 January 21st, 2019|

GLHAM member, Security and Health Executive Leadership Institute (SAHELI) was part of the team who worked on the two papers in the Lancet Series on security and global health. The Series explores the relationship between the security and public health sectors by examining core capacities of militaries and police, and the interconnectedness between the security sector and traditional health-system stakeholders.

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Security and public health: the interface 1

Security and public health: the interface 2

Media release: 

DailyMail Australia – Calls for security, police, health to link

The Australian – Calls for security, police, health to link

The Telegraph – Health and military personnel must work together in conflict and disasters

Science Mag – Q&A: The odd—and sometimes tense—intersection of cops, soldiers, and public health

Stat News – Health workers and security forces must collaborate, not collide

KFF – Militaries and Global Health: Peace, Conflict, and Disaster Response

Pursuit – WHY HEALTH NEEDS TO ENGAGE THE GUYS WITH GUNS