Hilary Bentley

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  • International journal of nursing studies
  • 1995
The focus of this paper is to examine the organisation of health care in Nepal from the literature available. After setting the study in context and examining health care in general, a more in-depth, look is taken at Primary Health Care (PHC) and how this recent emphasis is affecting nurse education. This leads into an analysis of whether or not nurses are(More)
Ten humeri and ten femora were radiographed in nine positions of longitudinal rotation. In each position total, medullary and cortical widths of the diaphyses (TW, MW, CW) were measured to assess the effect of rotation on these dimensions. The results were expressed as differences from the values in the neutral position (delta TW, delta MW, delta CW). In(More)
The U.S. system of educating radiologic technologists is changing to meet the demands of an evolving health care work force. As a result, the educational standards and role of tomorrow's radiologic technologist will be very different from those of today. Many of the changes being considered by radiologic science professionals in the United States already(More)