Critical Analysis of the Efficacy of Task-Shifting in Two Post-Earthquake Humanitarian Crisis Sites: Haiti and Nepal

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2016-05-07

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This thesis is an in-depth analysis into the efficacy of task-shifting models in post-earthquake settings. Using Haiti and Nepal as case-studies, the paper investigates the necessary infrastructure and policy strategies that must be in place to provide successful post-earthquake mental health interventions.

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Gault, Elle (2016). Critical Analysis of the Efficacy of Task-Shifting in Two Post-Earthquake Humanitarian Crisis Sites: Haiti and Nepal. Honors thesis, Duke University. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/11986.


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