Supporting students in the aftermath of a weather-related disaster


  • Jodie Bailie The University of Sydney



weather-related disaster, medical education, clinical placements, student support


Abstract not applicable for this format.


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How to Cite

Bailie, J. (2022). Supporting students in the aftermath of a weather-related disaster. Focus on Health Professional Education: A Multi-Professional Journal, 23(1), 109–110.



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