I'm a medical student at Cardiff Uni and I'm trying to do a project on being a doctor in the army. My main interest is: Can the NHS learn anything for the way the army practices medicine? New techniques/ equipment/ staff levels and especially coping with haemorrhage. (and also vice versa- army learn anything for NHS?!) If there are any army doctors/ people with experience of medicine in the army it would be great if you could give me any ideas. Thanks!