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Fieldwork in Afghanistan - A Personal Reflection

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This particular lunch time seminar is different from the usual in that it features the origins, rather than the outputs. I put together some photographs and head-cam video footage of my recent fieldwork with military surgeons in the Helmand province, Afghanistan. If you can live with the amateurish nature of the resulting 18-minute presentation, I think it will leave you with a pretty decent idea of what life there’s like … and of the human cost of a war that, the brilliance of our work notwithstanding, we were unable to prevent.

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