Psychosocial support in field hospital Haiti

Disasters such as this earthquake in Haiti have severe psychosocial consequences. The emotional wounds may be less visible than the destruction of homes and physical infrastructure, but it often takes far longer to recover from the emotional and psychological impact than to overcome the material losses.

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