In 2009 Dr Mohammed Dalwai joined MSF (Doctors Without Borders) and spent six months as an emergency room doctor in Timergara, a restive city in Pakistan near the border with Afghanistan...

Here his experience of having a patient die in in the emergency room because the team was unable to do a quick or accurate triage following a bomb blast motivated him to successfully implement the South African Triage System (SATS)...

Because of this, he understood all too well how quickly tough decisions need to be made by doctors in the most stressful of settings.

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