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Exclusive: Casualty Care, Reconstruction Operations, CIMIC and Disaster Management Today
August 2, 2010Posted by on
Major General (ret’d) Alan Hawley, Director of the Disasters and Resilience Centre at the University of Glamorgan, speaks in an exclusive video interview about the deployment of medical forces today and the impact of emerging clinical advances and new technologies on combat casualty care. The interview also looks at operations in Iraq and Afghanistan and examines the lessons learned in reconstruction strategy and improvements in communications. The final part of the discussion centres around disaster management and crisis response, exploring how dialogue, planning, training and equipment programmes might be improved upon for greater efficiency the future, based on past experience.
To download the exclusive interview, please visit: http://bit.ly/cuQb0L