Leigh In Action 3
Meet the new faces in public health at NCCTRC
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre...
MIMMS GIC Fiji Graduation
Creating a Pacific hub for MIMMS and disaster education
Contributed by Gavin O'Brien, NCCTRC Nurse Education Consultant and MIMMS Course Coordinator The Pacific are set...
Ms Inda Acharya
Feeding AUSMAT: communities abroad and at home
From dehydrated smoothies and breakfast bars, bean bolognaise or coconut and ginger chicken, the National...
Enhancing NCCTRC’s Laboratory capability for future sudden-onset disasters and communicable disease deployments
The NCCTRC medical science facility is undergoing some remarkable changes as the organisation implements innovative...
Congratulations FNU Master of Nursing (Emergency Nursing) graduates!
Congratulations to all graduates of the Master of Nursing (Emergency Nursing) at Fiji National University...
Credit Menzies TimorLeste Group Radiography Training
Menzies researchers and NCCTRC collaborate to tackle tuberculosis in Timor-Leste
In partnership with the Menzies School of Health Research and Timor-Leste's National Tuberculosis (TB) Program,...
A year in the life of a RRT clinical nurse specialist
By Michelle Fielding I don't know that I would have ever thought of myself as...
Samoa measles response in retrospect: lessons that prepared AUSMAT for the COVID-19 pandemic
When the COVID-19 pandemic arrived, AUSMAT had just completed its longest and most emotionally taxing...
Dignity and security for pregnant women in a disaster
Approximately 4% of a disaster-affected population will be pregnant or due to give birth (Sphere...

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