Pete Bradley

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General Medical Practice (GMP) information systems within the UK are becoming more sophisticated and more complex and are widely available from numerous suppliers. Although such systems are viewed as being important, they are problematic in terms of interpreting and assessing their usefulness, and their impact upon work and the organisation (G. Walsham,(More)
  • P M Bradley
  • Journal of epidemiology and community health
  • 1999
One of the most important determinants of ill health is deprivation, but it is not immediately clear the deprivation index that should be used when comparing health statistics, particularly in rural areas. The purpose of this paper was to discover the most suitable deprivation index to measure the relation between ill health and deprivation in(More)
Production Clustering refers to large-scale, high reliability clustering used as a tool for use by engineers or other users who are not necessarily experts in computer science. The combination of Production Clustering with cycle stealing on desktops presents unique technical challenges in ease of use, automation of tasks, and fault tolerance. Pratt and(More)
Historically, Iowa has had a majority of diploma and associate degree nursing graduates. Although educational mobility for registered nurses to obtain baccalaureate nursing degrees was available in Iowa before 1991, direct nursing education articulation did not exist. The impetus for developing a statewide nursing articulation plan to facilitate the entry(More)
This paper reports on a retrospective survey of the Accident and Emergency (A & E) treatment of patients who have deliberately harmed themselves. Reasons for self-harm are identified, and current management in A & E is discussed. Suggestions are made for providing these patients with high-quality holistic care instead of treating only their physical(More)
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