Dai Peters

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An analysis of the household economy of a sweetpotato-producing county in Sichuan Province of China shows that sweetpotato is currently under-utilized in an inefficient sweetpotato-pig feed system. Meanwhile, poverty drives many young men and women to seek employment opportunities in major coastal cities far from home. This paper reviews the contributions(More)
  • D A Peters
  • 1988
Providing home care services is becoming a greater challenge as the resources of professional staffing, time, and money become more scarce. However, simultaneously, the need for quality services is increasing as the numbers and needs of people requiring these services increase. Since home care services are essentially "invisible" because they are rendered(More)
Nursing consultants from the states included in the Mountain Plains Regional Resource Center, U.S. Dept. of Education, identified the need for a scale to classify student health status. The classification would allow schools to determine the level of needed student health services. This identified need led to the development of the School Health Intensity(More)
  • D A Peters
  • 1992
The management of quality is being transformed in healthcare. Continuous improvement is a cornerstone to this new look at quality. However, no continuous quality program will succeed without incorporating the values and wants of the consumer of care and the end point they want to reach. This article presents an overview of the values to consider and the way(More)
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