A spate of disasters this past decade, including Hurricane Katrina and the Boston Marathon bombing, have shown us as a nation just how vulnerable our health care facilities can be.
Lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina underscore the need for post-disaster nursing care that is more sensitive to the cultural needs of communities of color
Combining clinical skills with spiritual faith, a nurse who is also a minister helps bring hope to the hopeless by healing Katrina victims’ bodies and souls.
For this U.S. Public Health Service nurse deployed to the Gulf Coast, the mission was clear--to provide care and hope wherever hurricane victims needed it most.
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