South Korea: The Role of Nurses in Ebola Preparedness
This case study shows how a nursing educational institution helped in preparing medical personnel deployed to the site of Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The Korea Armed Forces Nursing Academy (KAFNA) developed a training curriculum to prepare medical teams who helped in caring for people in affected areas in Sierra Leone.
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