The Use of Interpreters in Medical Triage During a Refugee Mass-Gathering Incident in Europe
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AbstractIntroduction During a refugees' mass-gathering incident in Kos Island, Greece, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF; Brussels, Belgium) teams provided emergency medical care. A case report of the event focusing on difficulties encountered by the interpreters during triage and emergency response was prepared.
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