- The new arrangement is being announced by International Development Secretary Justine Greening
- Doctors, nurses, surgeons, anaesthetists and other staff can now pre-register
- They can sign up to the UK's International Emergency Trauma Register and indicate their availability
- Medics could then deploy rapidly to the scene of emergencies such as tsunamis, earthquakes and floods
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