A remote disaster training course is helping Australian medical teams save lives in the wilderness. The eight-day course, taught on an island off the coast of Tasmania, with mock disasters, is designed to provide emergency responders with the skills and knowledge to deal with injuries in remote locations with little equipment. Faith Lapidus reports.
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