Advances in monitoring have not translated into improvements in humanitarian health services

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This paper is an attempt to review the advances and shortfalls in data collection and use of health data that have occurred during health emergencies in recent decades for the opening session of the Humanitarian and Health Conference at Dartmouth University in September of 2006.

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  • action
  • assessment
  • conflict
  • crisis
  • health
  • humanitarian
  • monitoring
  • priority
  • relief
  • surveillance

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  • Les Roberts

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