Healthcare in remote and extreme environments

In Antarctica we are isolated for nine months of the year and we’ve had to deal with anything from mental health issues right through to major trauma in isolation. We've got access to real-time monitoring
but also near real-time and real-time imaging coming through and providing the
necessary support 24/7 to the distant doctor and the community that they are
serving CARMM has been a long time coming and
this is fantastic and an amazing opportunity to bring together for
Tasmania and Australia, a cold climate academic center of excellence which will
deliver health care, training, education and research and innovation well into
the future

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  1. I know some doctors who should be sent to Antarctica….

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