A qualitative study exploring effects of the 2003 coalition-led invasion of Iraq on the quality of medical care provided to patients at a local Iraqi Kurdish hospital

L. Karim, M. M. Sadat, E. Yones, S. Resool & C. M. Wiskin
Media reports have suggested that the Kurdistan region is the only state to have economically and politically benefited from the Iraq War. However, the literature regarding the impact of the war on medical care in the region is minimal. A descriptive, interview-based study was conducted with the aim of assessing whether the quality of medical care provided to patients in a local Kurdish hospital has improved since the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime. With more...
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