• Evaluating the input of the nurse to quality of medical/or healthcare in humanitarian settings

      Gilday, Josie; Chatler, Tracey; Treacy-Wong, Vicky; Stringer, Beverley; MSF-OCA (2018-07)
      Key objective • Develop a basic framework to evaluate quality nursing care in humanitarian settings.
    • Research Protocol - The practice of medical humanitarian emergency: ethnography of practitioners’ response to nutritional crisis

      Stellmach, Darryl; Ulijaszek, Stanley; Mol, Annemarie; Stringer, Beverley; University of Oxford, Oxford, UK; University of Oxford, Oxford, UK; University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Médecins Sans Frontières UK, London, UK (2014-07)
      Overall Aim: To describe and understand the human and technological factors that contribute to the constitution of emergency as a named and actionable entity in the context of medical humanitarianism. Primary Objective: To describe how individual and institutional attitudes, tools, discretion and practices influence identification and response to emergency. Secondary Objective: To document ambiguities, uncertainties or structural barriers that impede the identification of and response to emergency.