Mental Health Film Prize of the Health for All Film Festival: “Knock on my Door” from Jordan

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Mental Health Film Prize of the Health for All Film Festival: “Knock on my Door” from Jordan” – below is their description.

Sham is a 25-year-old Syrian refugee who escaped from Syria after the war with her sister. She lives in a refugee camp where she has a panic attack and gets rushed to the hospital. Psychiatric nurses take her in charge and, with patience and skills, they find ways to cure Sham’s mental health. Produced by nurses in The Specialty Hospital from Jordan (@myhospital), “Knock on my Door” won the Mental Health Film Prize of the inaugural Health for All Film Festival organized by the World Health Organization in 2020. This film production was managed by Dr Fawzi Al Hammouri, with Abdullah Haymour and Rania Al Shadeed from The Specialty Hospital. More info on this film festival and other winners: www.who.int/film-festival

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