Individual Partner: Dr Ahmed Hankir MBChB MRCPsych, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Mental Health Research in association with Cambridge University

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Brief Description of Work: Dr Hankir is passionate about empowering, dignifying, and humanizing people with mental health conditions. Dr Hankir pioneered The Wounded Healer, an innovative anti-stigma program that blends the performing arts and storytelling with psychiatry. Dr Hankir has delivered the Wounded Healer to over 100,000

people in 20 countries worldwide.

Key Words: Resident in: UK;

Working in: UK;

Area(s) of Interest in VBP:Communications/other/[media and social media],Education,Publications/CUP series, Publications/other/[please specify], Research/other/[social sciences],Services/person-centered,Services/teamwork;

Related Area(s) of Interest:Communication skills,Medical humanities [literature]; Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Global health,Mental Health/other/[psychiatry],Service user,Well-being,Other/[workforce]

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Ahmed Hankir | The Wounded Healer | Muslim Mental Health

(5) The Wounded Healer (@ahmedhankir) / Twitter

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