Frontline care lessons for NHS

April 2009
RoSPA Occupational Safety & Health Journal;Apr2009, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p12
The article reports that Great Britain's Healthcare Commission has praised Great Britain's military for their rehabilitation and trauma services for persons injured in battle. The Defense Medical Services (DMS) was mentioned for its innovations in the treatment of major injuries and the training of staff.


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