Monday, 15 October 2018

My Student Leads Team in Disaster Area

Here is an email sent to me by one of our doctor of botanical medicine/doctor of osteopathy students of National University of Medical Sciences (Spain). 

Dear Dr Pourgol,

I just wanted to share a story with you. I have been working with the American Red Cross disaster medical services as a Lead RN in Carolina. I have been leading both military and civilian medical teams during hurricane Florence and Michael and wanted to let you know that I am using everything that I am learning from the DO course to advise clients displaced in the disaster as to how to best meet their musculoskeletal disorder needs. I really want when I finish the DO course to start a free clinic for those who do not have insurance in the USA. I have attached pictures of one of my team's during the disaster and wanted to say thank you to NUMSS for such fantastic manual osteopathic education.

Kindest Regards,

William Cobb, DBM, D.Sc., PGC-Anat., B.Sc., RN.

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