Soaring to New Heights as a Flight Nurse

Jones, Joy; Young, J. S.
February 2004
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2004 Supplement, p10
Academic Journal
Reprints the article "Soaring to New Heights as a Flight Nurse," by Joy Jones and J. S. Young, which appeared in the journal "Opportunities in Nursing." Benefits of patient transport by air; Genesis of the concept of using nurses to care for patients onboard airplanes; Types of flight programs throughout the U.S.; Responsibilities of a flight nurse; Requirements for becoming a flight nurse.


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