DNA Family Reunification and Pediatric Disasters Lessons and Priority Research Agenda

Barnert, E. (2022). DNA, Family Reunification, and Pediatric Disasters: Lessons and Priority Research Agenda. National Academies Forum on Medical and Public Health Preparedness for Disasters and Emergencies.
The speaker highlights the dearth of research on family reunification, lists the related United Nations’ “Rights of the Child” and family, and highlights recent cases of family separation at various borders. She uses this foundation to explain the DNA Bridge strategy and how it can be used to reunite families after disasters.
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