• Health Service Access Survey among Non-camp Syrian Refugees in Irbid Governorate, Jordan

      Rehr, Manuela; Shoaib, Muhammad; Deprade, Anais; Lenglet, Annick; Ait-Bouziad, Idriss; Altarawneh,Mohammad; Alshafee, Abdel Razzaq; Gabashneh, Sadeq; MSF-OCA (2018-07)
      2. OBJECTIVES 2.1. PRIMARY OBJECTIVES • To determine the level of access to health care services for Syrian refugees living out-of-camp in Irbid governorate, Jordan. 2.2. SECONDARY OBJECTIVES • To describe the socio-demographic characteristics of the surveyed population including age, gender, disabilities, time living in Jordan, living conditions, and legal status • To describe the economic situation of the surveyed households with regards to income & income sources, dependency on humanitarian assistance, household expenditures and direct and indirect expenditures on health • To characterize health care utilization of non-camp Syrian refugees including frequency & type of services used as well as the main reasons for requiring medical care • To estimate coverage with the most crucial health services such as vaccination coverage of under 5-year-old children, coverage with services for non-communicable diseases and maternal health coverage. • To estimate the coverage of MSF services including specifically NCD care as well as ANC and child health care • To estimate health service needs by estimating the household- prevalence of NCDs as well as the birth rate. • To identify barriers to accessing general-, as well as specialized health care services with regards to economic constraints, barriers resulting from knowledge gaps as well as limitations in accessibility and/or acceptability of existing services. • To identify risk factors for not accessing general and specialized health services as needed. • To estimate retrospectively the crude mortality rate (CMR) and specific mortality rates for the total population and for children under five years of age (U5MR).
    • Research Protocol - A prospective, randomized, controlled trial of negative-pressure wound therapy use in conflict-related extremity wounds

      Älgå, Andreas; Bashaireh, Khaldoon; Wong, Sidney; Lundgren, Kalle; Schreeb, Johan von;; Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden; Jordan University of Science and Technology, Ar Ramtha, Jordan; MSF OCA, Amsterdam; Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden; Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden; (2015-05)
      We aim to evaluate the efficacy and safety of NPWT in the treatment of traumatic extremity wounds in a context associated with a high level of contamination and infection.