NHS and military personnel who support the care and treatment of people in the armed forces are to be recognised in an awards scheme that was officially launched today.
The Military and Civilian Health Partnership Awards are designed to showcase the work being done by medical teams who treat military and civilian casualties of war.
Andrea Byrne reports.
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