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Year : 2011  |  Volume : 9  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 364-372

The dispossessed: diary of a psychiatrist at the Chad/Sudan border (2004)

currently a visiting scientist at the François-Xavier Bagnoud Centre for Health and Human Rights, Harvard University. She was the former senior mental health adviser, for the International Medical Corps. This piece is part of a memoir she is writing about her humanitarian experiences

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While working for an international humanitarian organisation in the Sudanese refugee camps at the Chad border, British child psychiatrist Lynne Jones kept a personal diary. In this diary, she reflects on the practical challenges and moral dilemmas facing a mental health practitioner working in this difficult context.

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