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    Expert in accident cases and first aid

    Hi teachers,

    Skills: Operation Theater Technician, Nursing, Expert in accident cases and first aid

    I'm not satisfied with the underlined words. Can you please make some changes?

    Many thanks.
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    Re: Expert in accident cases and first aid

    I would change "first aid" to "emergency care". I am not sure what "operation theater" means. Could it mean "Operating room"?

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    Re: Expert in accident cases and first aid

    In BE, operating theatre ​is fine.

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