Preparing for Afghanistan's medical future

Saguil, Aaron; McCormack, M. Terrance
April 2008
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;4/8/2008, Vol. 178 Issue 8, p990
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the 205th Afghan National Army Corps' medical provisioners training held in Afghanistan in 2008. It states the 205th Afghan National Army Corps medical training focuses on trauma. In 2007, the training began with a two-man embedded training team, a variety of Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit providers and a small unit of Afghan National Army providers. In 2008, the program has covered the combined medical staffs of the 205th Corps and the Kandahar Ministry of Defence Hospital, their Canadian Operational Mentor Liaison Team and American Embedded Training Team and the joint Canadian, British, Dutch, Danish and U.S. members of the Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit.


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