I just completed a rather substantial blog about the Haiti disaster medical response and my DMAT's deployment. Warning: it includes a bit of a rant on people that would be critical of said response. It also includes some interview material for a JEMS article I wrote in 2008 that was never published (not due to JEMS). Those thoughts illustrate why disaster medical workers do what they do. If interested, you can find it here at thesambradley.blogspot.com. I'd love it if you leave a comment here or there.

You also might be interested in another disaster blog by a friend of mine, Deanna Polk, called “Global RN” at  www.globalrn.blogspot.com.

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Here are some photos from my deployment to Haiti with "Giving Children Hope" out of Orange County, CA.


Still working on a lot more material which will be posted on our website www.trekmedics.org in the next week or so.

Thanks for sharing. Please keep us up to date on the great work your organization is doing! - Sam
here's a video i put together from our trip.

I will be putting up EMS/Health-related posts on my site as soon as i can get them onto my computer with relevant WHO/PAHO/UN information.


In the meantime, here are a couple articles from the NYTimes that might be interesting:
International SOS and Evacuations (they do more than just man oil rigs)

Doctors reflect on Haiti after return:

This is awesome, thanks!! -- Sam


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