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Psychiatrist

© Ikram N'gadi

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DIPLOMA

  • medical degree with Psychiatry degree registered
  • current matriculation in Medical Council/Board
  • or six validated semesters in psychiatry for interns including at least 4 semesters of adult psychiatric experience (thesis mandatory for some countries)
  • trans-cultural clinical training an asset

EXPERIENCE

  • clinical training or experience in babies, children and adolescents
  • clinical training or experience in trauma
  • management or training experience prefered

AVAILABILITY

  • 3 to 9 months

LANGUAGES

  • english proficiency (minimum B2 level)
  • literate in Arabic is considered an asset

SKILLS

  • mastery of IT tools for team and data management
  • ready to work within multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary team
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MSF IS URGENTLY LOOKING FOR PSYCHIATRISTS FOR ITS FIELD PROJECTS.

We offer diverse psychology and psychiatry activities depending on programme types and contexts: programmes integrated into hospital activities, psychiatric and psychological consultations, programmes offering specific care for trauma (conflicts, sexual violence) and certain diseases (tuberculosis, AIDS) or under-aged children.

Activities

Generally speaking the work is mostly clinical. It also calls for local team coordination and training via mentorship and support. Ready to work within multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary teams. In most programmes, local teams (usually psychologists) ensure the continuity of care. Expatriate psychiatrics are in charge of:

  • providing individual clinical consultations, psychiatric,

  • participating or organising the group's therapeutic or psycho-pedagogical activities,

  • supporting the programme and the team by suggesting improvements in line with MSF's objectives and strategies,

  • coordinating the team's efforts by developing and/or improving working tools if required,

  • identifying national staff training needs and organises sessions in the areas identified,

  • organising patient referrals to adequate local facilities if needed.

Often mental health teams are composed of a pair psychologist / psychiatrist. These activities are only examples and obviously depend on the missions.