The Doctor-Writer Experience of Intissar Haddiya
A Moroccan figure
Keywords:doctor-writer, Intissar Haddiya, Moroccan social novel, nephrologist, women writers
Intissar Haddiya is a researcher and Professor of Nephrology in the faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy, Oujda, Morocco. So far, she has published impactful works in her field of research. As a writer, I. Haddiya has published widely on social, cultural, and health issues in French in addition to some earlier promising endeavours in English as a student. Being an active citizen, she is highly engaged in community life through her key roles in several nephrology associations. In this interview, Professor I. Haddiya shares with the Anglophone reading community her writing experience and sources of inspiration, the intersection between being a writer and being a doctor, as well as her future literary projects. Her successful experience will most probably inspire emerging talents, particularly women.
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