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Syria Now / The Psychological Effects of the Syrian War

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Syria Now
The Psychological Effects of the Syrian War
{{langos=='en'?('23/09/2017' | todate):('23/09/2017' | artodate)}} - Issue 4.2
Hosted by Osama Esber

The interview deals with the psychological effects of the Syrian war on women and children.

Guests

Hussam Jefee Bahlul
Hussam Jefee Bahlul

Dr. Hussam Jefee Bahlul is psychologist and Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, where he specializes in topics involivng refugee mental health. 

Dr. Jefee Bahlul is an Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and a Lecturer at the Yale University school of medicine. He studied at Tishreen University in Latakia, Syria,  and is a Former Resident Physician at Zale Lipshy University Hospital. His academic interests inlcude issues related to global mental health, refugee mental health, cross-cultural psychiatry and the implementation of telemental health in conflict and disaster settings. Dr. Jefee-Bahloul conducts his research in the U.S and the Middle East.

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