3 part series starts on Tuesday 3rd Feb ITV1 @ 20:00 http://www.itv.com/PressCentre/DoctorsAtWar/Ep1Wk06/default.html "In most Armed Forces, battlefield casualties are taken to hospital for surgery and treatment. But the British fly top doctors and paramedics straight out to the battlefield in a special military ambulance with armed guards - taking the ER directly into war zones to save time and lives. In a new three-part documentary series for ITV1, Doctors and Nurses at War follows NHS trauma surgeons, paramedics and nurses who have volunteered for three months with the British Armed Forces in Afghanistan. The volunteers, members of the Territorial Army 203 Field Hospital Unit based in Cardiff, are all experienced trauma specialists. Each episode focuses on different characters â following them through training, from their regular jobs in the NHS, to the battlefield. The programme makers were given unprecedented, first-time access to Britainâs Field Hospital in Camp Bastion and its battlefield ER to follow a number of NHS medics as they experienced warfare â some of them for the first time. Doctors and Nurses at War reveals all the tension and drama of one of the worldâs busiest ERs, where the trauma specialists battle to save the lives of British Service men and women and Afghan civilians. Programme one follows the NHS volunteers as the complete their training, arrive at Camp Bastion and face their first challenges â from treating soldiers injured by landmines to victims of suicide bombers"