Medics, War and morality

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Two Charles Sturt University academics say the public discourse about the Australian Defence Forces (ADF) and studies of the role of army medics must be open to a spectrum of experiences so future problems are addressed before they reach crisis.

Research by Ms Kristina Griffin (pictured, inset) RN, Associate Head of the Charles Sturt School of Nursing, Paramedicine and Healthcare Sciences, and historian Dr Therese Taylor in the School of Social Work and Arts, has documented the experiences of army medics who have served overseas as part of the ‘War on Terror’.

Period25 Aug 2021

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  • TitleMedics,War and morality - an age old dilema
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletCharles Sturt University News
    Media typePrint
    Duration/Length/Size1 page
    Country/TerritoryAustralia
    Date25/08/21
    DescriptionTwo Charles Sturt University academics say the public discourse about the Australian Defence Forces (ADF) and studies of the role of army medics must be open to a spectrum of experiences so future problems are addressed before they reach crisis.

    Research by Ms Kristina Griffin (pictured, inset) RN, Associate Head of the Charles Sturt School of Nursing, Paramedicine and Healthcare Sciences, and historian Dr Therese Taylor in the School of Social Work and Arts, has documented the experiences of army medics who have served overseas as part of the ‘War on Terror’.
    Producer/AuthorBruce Andrews
    URLhttps://news.csu.edu.au/opinion/medics,-war-and-morality-an-age-old-dilemma
    PersonsKristina Griffin