1. Garber, R. ‘Professional-to-Professional’ A Methodology for Health Professionals Working Together in Conflict Areas. Presentation at Special Session “Health Without Borders” at the Annual Meeting of the Israel National Institute for Health Policy and Health Services, 18 December 2001. Jerusalem: 7pp.
This presentation looks at the connections between health, cooperation and development in general, how the health, cooperation, development model works in the Israeli-Palestinian context particularly in the last two years, despite the very difficult security situation, and the role of the health professionals in this model. The two main issues considered in this presentation are: the humanitarian ethos traditionally associated with health care and health care professionals, and the nature of armed conflict as a public health issue.