Category Archives: Algeria
What is often overlooked in medicine is the emotional heft of dealing with hardship that the doctor himself or herself experiences. A doctor, nurse, or anyone involved in the health care of people is often at the eye of the proverbial storm.I remember a blistery winter day while I was in 2nd year in
There’s an urgent need for education and health care advocacy for teen girls and young women around the globe. In Algeria, women usually get a poor quality of health care, especially mum’s to be! They are treated in a non-compassionate way, and often medical malpractice happens and costs these women’s lives or their new born’s.
Growing up i had very supportive parents yet very demanding.When it comes to education,good grades were not enough for them.They made sure i took science classes and foreign languages very seriously. As a teenager i faced identity problems and self confidence issues as i was bullied, i isolated my self from people i used to