Potential of Medical Students for Ukrainian Refugees in COVID-19 Pandemic

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Ami Kato
Yudai Kaneda

Abstract

Medical students have the potential to provide necessary assistance to refugees from Ukraine and be part of the team medicine in a strained medical system during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is urgent to develop a system that allows refugees to feel safe and enables mutual understanding to prevent secondary damage.

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Kato, A., Namba, M. and Kaneda, Y. (2023) “Potential of Medical Students for Ukrainian Refugees in COVID-19 Pandemic”, Journal of Asian Medical Students’ Association. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 10(1). Available at: https://jamsa.amsa-international.org/index.php/main/article/view/468 (Accessed: 19July2024).
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