Recorded November 8, 2017 — Dr. Linda Mobula presents “Treating Non-Communicable Diseases During Humanitarian Emergencies.”
Dr. Mobula currently serves a Public Health and Infectious Disease advisor with the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance at the United States Agency for International Development. She holds a BS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics from the University of Arizona, an MD from UCSF with a concentration in Global Health, and an MPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with a concentration in Health in Crisis and Humanitarian Emergencies. Dr. Mobula served with Samaritan’s Purse during the Ebola response in Liberia and the USAID/OFDA Ebola response in Guinea.
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Conflict and Health: Non-Communicable Diseases in Humanitarian Settings: Ten Essential Questions
PLOS Medicine: Non-Communicable Diseases in Disasters: A Call To Action
Cambridge University Press: Burden of Cardiovascular Morbidity and Mortality Following Humanitarian Emergiencies