James Pollard

N Deborah Friedman2
Elise K Davey1
Peter Callan1
2N Deborah Friedman
1Elise K Davey
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This paper is concerned with the application of context-aware computing to museums and art galleries. The paper reports three studies addressing this issue. The first study involved a survey of visitors to an art gallery and focused on visitor activity and information requirements. This led to the conclusion that one could define visitor types and relate(More)
As the working hours of junior doctors decrease, adequate handover of patients becomes more important to maintain continuity of care and avoid errors caused by information gaps. A minimum dataset for surgical handover should include the patient's name, location (ward and bed number), date of admission, diagnosis, procedure (with date), complications and(More)
BACKGROUND The clinical presentation of M. ulcerans disease and the safety and effectiveness of treatment may differ in elderly compared with younger populations related to relative immune defficiencies, co-morbidities and drug interactions. However, elderly populations with M. ulcerans disease have not been comprehensively studied. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL(More)
BACKGROUND Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) has increased to epidemic proportions in recent years. The carriage of C. difficile among healthy adults and hospital inpatients has been established. We sought to determine whether C. difficile colonization exists among healthcare workers (HCWs) in our setting. METHODS A point prevalence study of stool(More)
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