The Israeli Field Hospital in Haiti — Ethical Dilemmas in Early Disaster Response
Merin, O., Nachman, A., Levy, G., et al. (2010). The Israeli Field Hospital in Haiti — Ethical Dilemmas in Early Disaster Response. The New England Journal of Medicine. 362(e38).
The authors share experiences with field hospital issues in an austere environment and how healthcare practitioners addressed resource dilemmas. They describe their triage protocols and how they managed ethical dilemmas.
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