Kinan AldammanInternational Committee of the Red Cross · Staff Health Centre of Expertise
MD., MSc., PhD.
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The last decade has seen a rising interest in brief and affordable psychological interventions delivered by lay providers to address the unmet need for mental health care in low resource settings. This study sought to (i) determine whether the implementation of a culturally-adapted low-intensity psychological intervention – Problem Management Plus...
This report forms part of Wellcome’s 2020 Workplace Mental Health Commission. The aim of the commission was to understand the existing evidence behind a sample of approaches for supporting anxiety and depression in the workplace, with a focus on younger workers. This report is about the use of Group Psychological First Aid for supporting humanitari...
Background: Humanitarian aid workers are at an increased risk of adverse mental health outcomes due to the nature of their work. Research on the mental health outcomes of volunteer humanitarian workers, who constitute the majority of humanitarian workers worldwide however, is scare with some evidence suggesting that they are more vulnerable to psyc...
Background: Humanitarian workers operate in traumatic contexts, putting them at an increased risk of adverse mental health outcomes. The quality of the support they receive from their organization, their supervisor, and team members are proposed as determinants of mental illness and well-being, via the stress-appraisal process. Objective: Grounded...
In this paper we present a description of a new, Horizon2020, Marie Curie Sklodowska Action funded, research and training program called CONTEXT, or the ‘COllaborative Network for Training and EXcellence in psychoTraumatology’. The three objectives of the program are put forward, each of which refers to a key component of the CONTEXT program. First...
My Ph.D. research under CONTEXT project is MANAGERIAL PRACTICES TO ENSURE THE WELLBEING OF HUMANITARIAN VOLUNTEERS IN POST-CONFLICT SITUATIONS. The research aims to investigate the mechanisms by which existing International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRC) National Societies organizational factors impact on the psychological wellbeing of humanitarian volunteers in post-conflict settings.