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The HBDHB flight team transferred more than patients in the 12 months to September — equating to about patients per month. Ms Hardy trained as a registered nurse at the Royal Brisbane Hospital, did her psychiatric nursing at Baillie Henderson and midwifery at the Gold Coast Hospital, before joining the Royal Australian Air Force - where she got the feel for flight nursing.
She was deployed to conflicts in Rwanda and East Timor as well as to the aftermath of the Bali bombing and the Boxing Day tsunami in Sumatra. In Rwanda, she was part of a team providing medical support to the United Nations after the genocide and during the Kibeho massacre. We were there to support the UN but we ended up treating a lot of the local children. You had to think laterally, for example, we were equipped to deal with adults so a small suction catheter for an adult could be used as naso gastric tube for a baby.
Ms Hardy recalls the strange sight of seeing a Sumatra local clearing devastation from the tsunami atop an elephant, all while talking on a cell phone. It was a sense of purpose that kept her going in such dire situations. We are building on our offering with thedig. Now, more than ever sustainable financial support of the Scoop Foundation for Public Interest Journalism will help to keep these vital and participatory media services running.
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