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Mental health in the Palestinian conflict

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Published: 18.09.18
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Prof Weeam Hammoudeh - Birzeit University, Birzeit, West Bank, Palestine and Dr Hanna Kienzler - Kings College London, London, UK

Prof Weeam Hammoudeh and Dr Hanna Kienzler speak with ecancer at the R4HC meeting at King's College London about the factors of mental health in the Palestinian conflict.

Prof Hammoudeh discusses the focus of research capacity building in mental health and conflict and the assessments and curricula that already exist within the field of mental health in conflict.

Dr Kienzler informs us that the course they have designed is specific to the Palestinian conflict and includes material that focuses on the region.

Prof Hammoudeh and Dr Kienzler are looking into providing an online learning platform which could provide learning for those who cannot travel to lectures during the conflict.

They state that the R4HC meeting has been very important in bringing together key institutions and experts and allows them to work across nations and disciplines.


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