When Dr. Nerendra Nath Jena first became head of the Emergency/Casualty
Department (ED) at Meenakshi Mission Hospital & Research Center (MMHRC) in
2008, there wasn’t much of a department for him to lead. Still a year
before Emergency Medicine (EM) would become a formally recognized specialty
in India, the department at that time consisted of only 5 beds, tucked into
a 3 x 5 meter entry way leading to the ambulance bay outside.
— read more www.epijournal.com/home/2019/3/11/new-em-training-models-emerge-to-meet-needs-in-india

Written by Joachim Unger

[@xaqu1n] Global Health & Emergency Medicine problastician. Trained in anesthesia & prehospital care. Lost in structured communication & dreaming of story telling. #globalEMS #dasFOAM

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