"The truth is that the phenomenon I call my Small Mind accompanies me everywhere. This is the part of me which is easily bored, intolerant of other people’s minor failings, and wishes I were somewhere else. Yet my Big Mind usually steps in to remind me that where I am right now is the somewhere else I wished I could go to when I was annoyed so many times before."
MSF medical staff come from all over the world. Just like our patients. But how do you describe your symptoms to someone who doesn't speak your language? And how do you make the right diagnosis if you don't understand someone's words? MSF doctor Theresa blogs about a key member of the team...