Background to HAITI disaster: medical
Medical Care for Haitians Falls Short, Group Warns
International aid workers are getting more food to survivors of this month's earthquake in Haiti. The UN says food aid has reached 500,000 people at least once. But as many as two million people are in need. Reporter Sheri Fink, who's also a medical doctor, has been traveling around the capital, Port-au-Prince. She's following the work of one of the "disaster medical assistance teams" that the US Department of Health and Human Services sent to Haiti.
Medical crisis in Haiti
Immediate health priorities in Haiti after the January earthquake include search and rescue for survivors, providing surgical/medical services to treat injured survivors, preventing wound infection, and providing shelter, food, clean water and sanitation, according to the World Health Organization's
Bottlenecks to aid delivery during the first week of the response
Haitians Suffer From Lack of Coordinated Relief Efforts
U.S. suspends Haitian medical flights as Florida hospitals run short of capacity
Scenario - Mass Casualty
Tools: toolboxes, technical and non technical
Medical Records: Help or Hindrance in Haiti?