Bringing vital emergency care to people in crisis
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Bringing vital emergency care to people in crisis

Lynne Pearce Freelance health journalist

Working in emergency teams overseas is eye-opening, say a group of nurses who cared for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

Earlier this year, a group of nurses from Northamptonshire were among those helping to stem an outbreak of diphtheria among Rohingya refugees, who were fleeing from Myanmar into Bangladesh.

Nursing Standard. 32, 30, 38-39. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.30.38.s32

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