Gregg Greenough, Research Director at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, has
recently joined Conflict
& Health as co-Editor-in-Chief alongside Edward Mills and Sonal
Singh. Dr Greenough has been actively
involved in the field of conflict and health for many years, and we are
pleased to welcome him to the journal.
We would like to thank Graeme MacQueen who is retiring as
co-Editor for all his hard work and dedication; we are grateful for his
continued support of the journal as a member of the Editorial Board.
Conflict & Health was launched in 2007 and focuses
on the intricate relationship between conflict and health, and how health
interventions in war zones may contribute to peace. Among the most accessed articles are several with a focus on key health issues in conflicts both past and present, with the most highly accessed
article focussing on the processes by which conflict has contributed to the
occurrence of sleeping sickness in Africa.
If you are interested in finding out more about
Conflict & Health, please visit the journal website.