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The article describes how a hospital located in a poor, crime-ridden section of a large city has made the most of in-house resources and public-private liaisons to improve security at its 113-acre campus. Details on the facility's double-pronged approach--tight internal security and strong external liaisons with businesses, law enforcement, and community… (More)
Following the publication of several letters concerning nurses' uniforms, I thought your readers might be interested in how one small private hospital has dealt with the problem.
"It is our great pleasure to welcome all of you to the Third International Conference on Very Large Data Bases. We hope that the conference will contr ibute to the learning process of data base communities by providing a forum for discussion and by the publication of papers addressing both theory and practice." So spoke Dr. Tosio Kitagawa, Fujitsu Ltd.,… (More)
I was dismayed by the article on the NHS university (perspectives August 27). Universities always have had a duty to benefit society and the community as a whole. It is not something that has arisen as a consequence of universities accepting the 'privilege' of educating nurses and other health professionals.