Jennifer Fisher Wilson
Wilson J.; Physicians Contribute Professional Expertise Worldwide. Ann Intern Med. 2003;138:1013-1016. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-138-12-200306170-00032
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 2003;138(12):1013-1016.
Sheri Lee Fink, MD, PhD, was one of the first nonmilitary U.S. physicians to arrive in Iraq after the 2003 conflict started. Part of the International Medical Corps (IMC), a Los Angeles–based nonprofit emergency relief organization, she waded into the chaotic post–war zone to assess the health care needs of the Iraqi people and organize aid for them. Despite the uncertain conditions she would find in Iraq, Fink sounded calm in the days before she caught a flight from her New York City home in early April. It's hardly the first time she has landed in the midst of instability and potential danger.
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