CONFLICTED: THE WAR FOR GLOBAL HEALTH MEDSIN GLOBAL HEALTH CONFERENCE 14th-15th April 2012 King’s College London As National Coordinator of Medsin, I am fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to attend a number of
“One of the first victims of war is the health-care system itself,” according to Marco Baldan, the chief war surgeon of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) And sadly, he is absolutely right.
PTSD, an anxiety disorder that may develop after a person experiences a terrifying event, is known to increase the risk of depression, suicide, and drug- and alcohol-related disorders and deaths. According to the NIMH, the
The use of rape as a tool of war persists, but attention to it does not. The current Africa tour of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has again shed welcome light on the deplorable
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