DYING NURSE REVEALS BABY SWITCH
- Etceteras. // Christian Science Monitor;8/24/95, Vol. 87 Issue 189, p2
Presents news briefs on international events as reported on August 24, 1995. Queen Elizabeth's plan to use a commercial flight on her visit to New Zealand; South African women's plan to sue the authorities because their babies were accidentally switched at birth; Death of Nobel Prize winner...
- Child of her heart. Jones // Good Housekeeping;Jan2000, Vol. 230 Issue 1, p98
Looks into the lives of the Chittum and Johnson families, whose babies were switched at birth at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville in 1995. Investigation into how the switching happened; Death of the parents of one of the switched babies; Disintegration of a previous...
- The heartbreak kids. Guthrie, Bruce; Kramer, Linda; O'Connor, Rose Ellen; Podesta, Jane Sims // People;08/17/98, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p52
Reports on the story of Paula Johnson, who discovered that her three-year old daughter Callie was not her biological child. How she made the discovery; Evidence that her biological daughter was switched at the hospital; News that Johnson's biological daughter had become an orphan; Comments.
- News to us. // Ralph;Feb2003, p44
Presents an update on a variety of issues around the world as of February 2003. Damages caused by a torrential rain in Brazil; Hospitalization of Matt George due to a snake bite; Effort of a Romanian father to swap his baby.
- Everywhere a Sign. LUMSDON, KEVIN // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;Mar99, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p76
Focuses on the issue of baby switching and kidnapping in hospitals in the United States. Measures taken by hospitals to prevent the incidents; Information on an incident that happened between a Chicago television station and one hospital; Implication of the incidents.
- How Safe Are Maternity Wards? Ruben, David // Parenting;Nov98, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p27
Presents information on the safety of maternity wards in the United States, with reference to an incident in Virginia, where two babies were switched at birth in 1995. Information on the high technology safety checks occurring in hospitals; Details on the security features at hospitals.
- All in the family. Schindehette, Susan; Kramer, Linda // People;08/24/98, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p48
Reports on the case of Callie Conley and Rebecca Chittum two girls who were switched at birth in 1995. How Paula Johnson, who took Callie home from the hospital, discovered the mistake; Death of Kevin Chittum and Whitney Rogers on July 4, 1998; Future of the girls.
- Infant Switch Spotlights Risk At Hospitals. FITZGERALD, ERIC // National Underwriter / Property & Casualty Risk & Benefits Manag;10/05/98, Vol. 102 Issue 40, p3
Focuses on hospitals' potential exposure for lawsuits arising from infant misidentification. Two Virginia families' discovery of an infant switch at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville; Cause of action that can be brought in most states on behalf of an infant for the...
- Switched at birth: When `mine' and `yours' become `ours' Gardner, Marilyn // Christian Science Monitor;8/12/98, Vol. 90 Issue 181, pB8
Focuses on several incidents of children who have been switched at birth. Examples of children who have been removed from adoptive parents homes to live with biological parents; Details about the August 1998 incident involving two blond three-year-olds that in Virginia that were switched at...