Haiti Diary-Duke Med on a Mission: Making a difference, one patient at a time

posted February 10th, 2010
Members of Duke Medicine's relief team in Haiti talk about their work with earthquake survivors. "It's meant a lot to have one-on-one contact with them and individualize the situation that seems so huge countrywide, but when you can go to one the bedside and really help one person, it means a lot," says Katie Sligh, RN, chief clinical nurse on 2300.

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