David Newnham says privacy is a matter of taste

Newnham, David
August 2004
Nursing Standard;8/25/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 50, p31
Trade Publication
Comments on the concern of National Health Services on the importance of security of electronic medical records; Request of British Medical Association to boycott the system; Use of smartcards by health service personnel to access to the new databases.


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