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LuxOR Operational Research Highlights 2018/2019

LuxOR in 2018: Key Figures

MSF Rustenburg Project survivor Jacob Makgopela, 47 years old. Victim of intimate partner violence helped by the KCC Lethabile MSF clinic. © Melanie Wenger/Cosmos

LuxOR in 2018: Key Figures

    MSF OPERATIONAL CENTRE BRUSSELS SUPPORTED 95 studies, reviews, and viewpoints published in peer-reviewed journals.

    THEMATIC RESEARCH AREAS

    You can find these publications on www.fieldresearch.msf.org

    KEY NUMBERS

    - 12 LUXOR TEAM MEMBERS SUPPORTING OVER 65 ONGOING STUDIES WORLDWIDE

    - 51 PARTICIPANTS IN 6 LUXOR-SUPPORTED RESEARCH TRAININGS IN GREECE, KENYA, LEBANON, SOUTH AFRICA, SRI LANKA, AND UGANDA

    COMMUNICATING OPERATIONAL RESEARCH TO PARTNERS AND THE PUBLIC

    © Christophe Hebting/MSF
    New operational research postcards explain the latest evidence on improved care for migrant torture survivors, delays in emergency care in humanitarian settings, and physiotherapy for trauma patients.

    OPERATIONAL RESEARCH DAY

    Panel at the annual OR Day in Brussels in June 2018 featuring presentations, debates, and live streaming to the world.
    © Bruno De Cock/MSF

    PROGRESS ON POLICY & PRACTICE DOSSIERS

    © Samuel Sieber/MSF
    Selected research projects on improved Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene in Zimbabwe, mother and child health in Pakistan, or trauma care in Haiti and Burundi receive support to translate findings into tangible policy and practice change.