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January 5th, 2021|0 Comments

The 2020 Winter edition of MERIP brings together a range of articles on health and health care in the Middle East. Health and health care have become increasingly ungoverned over the past few decades, in tandem with a broader breakdown of the body politic. Health care workers are finding it increasingly difficult to work in settings of violent conflict and insecurity, rapidly declining health care systems, pervasive corruption and widespread economic mismanagement—all amidst the waning capacity of states to improve the health and wellbeing of their populace. While the Middle East region trains a lot of doctors, few end up staying. The winter issue of Middle East Report explores the interactions of the body politic with health and medicine and examines the entanglements of physical bodies in the institutional and political processes that govern them. The articles in

On Mental Health Amid Covid-19

Weeam Hammoudeh, Samah Jabr, Maria Helbich, Cindy Sousa; On Mental Health Amid Covid-19. Journal of Palestine Studies 1 August 2020; 49 (4):

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