Indiana nursing students get disaster-preparedness training

04/30/2009 | Herald Bulletin (Anderson, Ind.), The

Anderson University nursing students in Indiana got hands-on disaster-preparedness training from flight nurses and paramedics at Saint John Health System. They spent a day with Dove Flight medical helicopter personnel and saw how the helicopter is used as a tool in disaster response. They also had a simulated disaster zone drill in which their lab was torn apart, the lights turned off, and students took roles as patients and first responders.

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