Medics as force multipliers around Mosul—at the expense of medical ethics?

The BMJ Opinion, 14 June 2017
Author: Jonathan Whittall
“But there is also a vital role for independent civilian health providers, such as MSF, to operate in accordance with the basic principles of impartiality and medical ethics. Independent health facilities allow patients who do not feel safe going to military installations to still access care, whereas the marriage between medicine and the military limits the safe options available to patients. If healthcare is only carried out as a component of the overall military strategy, it undermines the very basis of medical ethics.”
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