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Air Force Nurses Welcome Iraqi Colleagues

Capt. Fredrick Santillan, 332nd Expeditionary Medical Group registered nurse, explains the cardiopulmonary system to Iraqi nurses and nursing students Dec. 9, at the Air Force Theater Hospital. The class was part of the Iraqi Nursing Partnership Program, aimed to teach Iraqis modern medical techniques once a month. The students begin each class with a lecture covering the day's primary topic and then complete a hands on portion, when they put those teachings into practice.



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This work, Air Force Nurses Welcome Iraqi Colleagues [Image 1 of 2], by SrA Brittany Auld, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:12.09.2009

Date Posted:12.18.2009 05:21

Photo ID:232941

VIRIN:091209-F-#####-014

Resolution:4256x2832

Size:891.63 KB

Location:BALAD, IQGlobe

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