Editor-in-Chief: Marian Tankink PhD
ISSN: 1571-8883
Online ISSN: 1872-1001
Frequency: 3 issues / year

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Special issue of Intervention: New Frontiers.

International mental health experts reflect on the state of the art of mental health and psychosocial support in post conflict areas and low income settings, and explore promising new directions for this field to develop over the next decade. This issue includes articles by prominent researchers as Vikram Patel, Stevan Hobfoll, Devon Hinton, Daya Somasundaram, Stevan Weine and others. The issue is edited by Mark Jordans, Wietse Tol and Peter Ventevogel and contains a final reflection by Joop de Jong, a Dutch pioneer of global mental health.

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From the editor....questions of evidence

The evidence for the efficacy of programmes and therapies to improve psychological and (psycho)social wellbeing of people affected by (armed) conflict

Mediation of daily stressors on mental health within a conflict context: a qualitative study in Gaza


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