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Sue Averill
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Amanda Judd tells about her mission with Refuge International
We arrived excited to get the San Raymundo temporary hospital up and running. We had lost time with flight delays and reroutes due to Hurricane Patricia, which was pounding Dallas with an unexpected wallop and caused baggage to be delayed and people to be s...
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Jo's Nurses work in Chocola, Guatemala
2015 Jo's Nurses with Refuge International Chocola is a remote village in the mountainous southwestern
region of Guatemala where there is no government assistance in education,
health or roads.  Sadly because of the country's political climate there
is no h...
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Hi All, we're back in Tegus to regroup for a day - head out on the road again  tomorrow  morning early.  This past couple weeks we've been wandering the north/Caribbean coast of Honduras, visiting hospitals and public health clinics, Garifuna communities, o...
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Save the Date: Saturday May 30!
Posted on   March 26, 2015   by   Emily Scott Transitioning to home life has been a bit strange. In my heart, I wasn’t ready to leave Sierra Leone. I wish I could still be there doing good work, falling exhausted into bed each night and looking forward to h...
Posted on March 26, 2015 by Emily Scott Transitioning to home life has been a bit strange. In my heart, I wasn’t ready to leave Sierra Leone. I wish I could still be there doing good work, falling exhausted into bed each ni...
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Update
Posted on   March 16, 2015   by   Emily Scott I apologize for my silence over the last several days. I’m sure most of you have seen in the news that a PIH clinician was infected with Ebola. I have been reeling from the news since it was announced, and strug...
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New blog post.  Amanda Judd shares about her trip with Refuge International. 
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Update on Emily Scott's experience in Sierra Leone
Filling In The Blanks My colleague who was infected has tested negative for Ebola and been discharged from the National Institutes of Health. The 16 Americans being monitored as “high risk” contacts have all passed 21 healthy days. My cohort – the clinician...
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Dora the Explorer Returns to Honduras!
Hi All,    I'm in the midst of a 2 month mission with MSF/Doctors Without Borders to explore the health situation all over Honduras.  With my partner Edgardo (who I met in Uganda in 2006!) and a driver, we're visiting all of the hospitals in the country, so...
Hi All,    I'm in the midst of a 2 month mission with MSF/Doctors Without Borders to explore the health situation all over Honduras.  With my partner Edgardo (who I met in Uganda in 2006!) and a driver, we're visiting all of ...
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Home and Healthy
Posted on   March 23, 2015   by   Emily Scott As some of you already know, I arrived home in Seattle a few days ago. It is a bit earlier than I was planning on leaving Sierra Leone, which is deeply disappointing to me. Since one of our PIH colleagues tested...
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Aminata and Baby Boy
by   Emily Scott Written Friday March 6 On the day Abass died, I was on my way back to Freetown where I have been assigned to work at the holding center for pregnant women for the rest of my time here. Let me explain what that means: With limited resources,...
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We are nurses from different walks of life and different nursing career paths. We each stumbled upon volunteer and humanitarian nursing in our own unique ways. When our paths crossed, One Nurse At A Time was created from our desire to help other nurses get involved. It is our goal for One Nurse At A Time to reach out to nurses and help them get involved in the humanitarian and volunteer arena.


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