Responding to the Tsunami

February 2005
Paediatric Nursing;Feb2005, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p4
Academic Journal
Deals with the advice of the International Council of Nurses to nurses seeking to respond in the most useful way to the need for relief assistance in the earthquake and tsunami hit region of South Asia. Purpose of the communication of the ICN and the member national nurses associations in the affected countries.


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