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Pacific partnerships spotlight: Mamatuki Sosefo appointed Deputy Director of Nursing at Lautoka Hospital
Congratulations to long-term Pacific partner, colleague and friend of the NCCTRC Mr Mamatuki Sosefo who...
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Gaining global attention: Capacity building in the Pacific
Leigh Elton is a registered nurse and works as part of the NCCTRC education team...
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New courses debut in Timor-Leste to support regional engagement initiative
By Beth Price, Erica Bleakley and Gabrielle Lyons The National Critical Care and Trauma Response...
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Partnership with an Indigenous Specialist Liaison Team: lessons learnt from deployment success in Western New South Wales
Author: Tamara Riley & Stephanie Curtis   Key to AUSMAT's philosophy and deployment effectiveness is...
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P.A.R.T.Y on the road in Northeast Arnhem Land
The NCCTRC Trauma Team recently took the Prevent Alcohol and Risk-related Trauma in Youth (P.A.R.T.Y)...
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Ready to hit the ground running: AUSMAT team member training returns
The unique capability of the Australian Medical Assistance Team has been in high demand both...
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Do you know Wolverine: A recount of an adventure on the Gibb River Road
By Dr Tudor Codreanu The last two years have gone in a very blurry maelstrom,...
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Providing acute clinical care courses amid Nauru’s first COVID-19 outbreak
By Erica Bleakley, Beth Price In April 2022, Erika Bleakley and Beth Price from the...
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NCCTRC and CDU providing academic pathways for future emergency responders
By Prof Dianne Stephens In association with Penelope James, Nadine Tipping, Paul Bell Planning, training...

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