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Strategies for Disaster Management

Strategies for Disaster Management

Cuba's Health Sector & Disaster Mitigation

Cuban Civil Defense on Risk Reduction

Asthma Mortality and Climate in Cuba

Cuba Health Cooperation Turns 45


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Cobertura Universal
de Salud en Latinoamérica
Enfermedad Renal Crónica
Azota Comunidades Agrícolas
Selecciones 2015
Selecciones 2014
Selecciones 2013
Table of Contents
Before the Next Big One
The Editors
Policy & Practice
The Cuban Health Sector & Disaster Mitigation
Guillermo Mesa, MD, MPhil
Cuba's Man in Sichuan, China: José Rodríguez, MD
Hope Bastian
You Can't Stop the Rain: José Betancourt, MD, Cuban Civil Defense
Gail Reed, MS
Report from the Field: Psychological First Aid for Haiti's Storm Orphans
Gloria Giraldo, MPH
Health Strategies
Epidemiology of Asthma Mortality in Cuba and its Relation to Climate, 1989 to 2003
Silvia Josefina Venero Fernández, MD, et al.
Research & Practice
Severe Maternal Morbidity in the Intensive Care Unit of a Havana Teaching Hospital,1998 to 2004
Albadio Pérez Assef, MD, MS, et al.
Study of a Leptospirosis Outbreak in Honduras Following Hurricane Mitch and Prophylactic Protection of the vax-SPIRAL® Vaccine
Mariela Naranjo, et al. VacciMonitor
International Cooperation Report
Cuban Health Cooperation Turns 45
Conner Gorry
Women in the Middle: Cuba's Sandwich Generation
Leticia Artiles, PhD, MS
About the Contributors
Learn more about the Contributors
Cuban Research in Current International Journals
Association between blood lipids and types of stroke
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