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Medical doctor who works as a general practitioner in primary healthcare for refugees in Vantaa city, Finland.
Martin Balslev Jørgensen
Professor, dr. med., Editor-in-chief of Nordic Journal of Psychiatry.
Anna Kristín Gunnarsdóttir
Second-year psychiatry resident at Landspitali - The National University Hospital of Iceland.
Born in 1941, retired Icelandic psychiatrist who resides in the town of Akureyri, North Iceland.
Former head National Centre Transcultural Psychiatry, Copenhagen. Former member Board Danish
Senior Consultant, Norra Stockholms Psykiatri Stockholm, Consultant Psychiatrist, Vice Chairman Swedish Psychiatric Association.
President of the Norwegian Psychiatric Association and adviser to the National Competence Service for concurrent substance abuse and mental illness.
Private psychiatrist in
Oslo, Norway; recently retired from
Special advisor to the Norwegian
Psychiatry resident in Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. President of Lithuanian Junior Doctors’ Association.
Professor PhD, University of Southern Denmark. Consultant in infectious medicine at Odense University Hospital where he founded the Clinic for Migration Medicine.
M.D., Ph.D., Head of Postgraduate Training Course in Psychotherapy (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) at Lithuanian University of Health Sciences
Psychiatric trainee and the current leader of the Norwegian Association of Psychiatric Trainees. She works at St Olavs Hospital in Trondheim, Norway.
Specialist in general medicine. In addition to her work as a doctor, she studies in Master's programme in University of Helsinki in Faculty of Arts.
Resident doctor in psychiatry and team leader of the Latvia Psychiatric Association Young Psychiatrist section.
MD, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry and Chief Physician at the University of Helsinki and Helsinki University Hospital.
Maris Taube has been working for 20 years in public health, public mental health, health economics and health care areas.