Lessons From Mine Action: Integrated Care for Civilians in Conflict


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(The Lancet) The emergency, critical, and operative framework is situated in a broader context that includes injury prevention, acute care, and long-term rehabilitation. For decades, the mine action community has adopted a comprehensive approach to victim assistance that encompasses prevention in the form of explosive ordnance risk education, prehospital emergency care and transport, trauma care at health facilities, and rehabilitation, including not only physical rehabilitation, but also psychosocial, economic, and vocational elements.

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Published: Thursday, October 26, 2023

Last Updated: Thursday, November 2, 2023

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