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The Afghan Battle Mind: War, PTSD, and Intergenerational Family Conflict

Esmael Darman 

Dr. Marius Koga at a presentation at UC Davis

 

“The Afghan battle mind: War, PTSD, and intergenerational family conflict” is an upcoming event to be presented by Dr. Marius Koga, Director of Refugee Health Research in California and Assistant Professor at UC Davis School of Medicine. The presentation is part of the series on the topic of the “Afghan Diaspora and Future of Afghanistan”.

The presentation will be held on Thursday, 17th October between 6-7:30pm at California State University, East Bay (CSUEB).

According to Afghan psychologist Dr. Nilofar Sami, “Dr. Koga’s presentation is very timely given the Afghan communities’ becoming aware of and dealing with the list of the 5000 martyrs.”

Below is the flyer. You can download it if you like to share it with those who are interested in the subject.

DSSS and SSOS colloquium series – Koga

Feature photo by www.rabble.ca

 

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