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8/16/2017THAILANDDebra WhippleWhippleDR@ldschurch.org
Taught HBB 2.0
 
8/15/2017THAILANDDebra WhippleWhippleDR@ldschurch.org
Taught HBB 2.0
 
1/1/2015THAILANDMark Ralstonmark.ralston@med.navy.mil
 
2/1/2013THAILANDMark Ralstonmark.ralston@med.navy.mil
 
9/1/2012THAILANDAnn Dominguezann_dominguez@hotmail.com
Our biggest challenge was translation in Karen.  It was completed in time, and one of our translators back-translated it into English to double check its accuracy, but this was a very time-consuming process.Our learners were a group of medics and medic-students who work in the Burmese jungle with IDPs, so we had some very interesting conversations about the "emergency plan" and "call for help" pieces of the algorithm.  Essentially, there is no one to back one up, as transport out takes days.
 
2/1/2011THAILANDTina/Mark Slusher/Ralstontinamslusher@gmail.com/mark.ralston@med.navy.mil
Breakdown of students:  Pediatricians (8); OBGYN (3); Pediatric Surgery (1);Family Practice (3); General Practice (1); RN (2) (NICU; L&D)Photo:  available upon request
 
10/1/2010THAILANDDeborah WhippleWEL-NRT-Intern@ldschurch.org
 
10/1/2010THAILANDDebra WhippleWEL-NRT-Intern@ldschurch.org
 
10/1/2010THAILANDDeborah WhippleWEL-NRT-Intern@ldschurch.org
 
10/1/2010THAILANDDebra WhippleWEL-NRT-Intern@ldschurch.org
 

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