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Case Report Open Access
The hospital in which I have worked in the Galilee for over twenty years is close to the borders of Lebanon and Syria with Israel. I am an Israeli Emergency Room nurse in my sixties. I am also the Trauma Co-ordinator of the hospital. Galilee is a spectacularly beautiful and tranquil part of Israel. Arabs and Jews have lived together here for generations. I have raised my children and grandchildren here. Together we have lived through years of peace and apprehension, and also years of bitter conflict with our neighbor’s. As a father and grandfather I have worried for my family, and, as a nurse, I have always had to make sure that my department is ready to respond immediately to medical emergencies in conflict and mass casualty scenarios.
Caring, Children, Nurseâs perspective, Neighbors, Anxieties, Patients, Trauma room, Neuropsychology, Psychological trauma,Trauma Counselling, Traumatology