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Phil Harper
Nurses in the Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing Service (PMRAFNS) undertake a variety of different roles in providing nursing care to Armed Forces personnel wherever they may serve. One such role is the evacuation by air of sick or injured personnel. This article discusses the experience of a nurse lecturer in the PMRANS who undertook the role of aeromedical evacuation liaison officer in the Balkans for a 4-month period during winter. The role is described and details of how the aeromedical evacuation of patients was organized is presented...
February 24, 2005: British Journal of Nursing: BJN
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July 19, 1968: Nursing Mirror and Midwives Journal
J Elliott
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May 31, 1968: Nursing Times
F Shannon
Squadron Leader Shannon PMRAFNS discusses the preparation leading up to and including the days of the Iraqi conflict carried out by the Royal Air Force Hospital at Muharraq in the state of Bahrain.
March 1992: British Journal of Theatre Nursing: NATNews
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