Dainee M. Gibson

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Complexities in the rates and patterns of change necessitate the consideration of alternate futures in planning processes. These scenarios, and the inputs and assumptions used to build them, should reflect both ecological and social contexts. Considering the regional landscape as an anthrome, a priori, assumes human needs and institutions have a fundamental(More)
Computer applications are on the increase in virtually every aspect of health care, from the routine management of information to clinical diagnoses or clinical decision making. Indeed, the use of computers extends from patient monitoring and point-of-care testing to basic and applied research. Given the ubiquity of computers in health care, it is crucial(More)
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