Water incident related hospital activity across England between 1997/8 and 2003/4: a retrospective descriptive study
- ENGAGING STAFF, ANALYZING DATA, REDUCING COSTS. MACE, SCOTT // HealthLeaders Magazine;Dec2012, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p22
The article highlights the accomplishment of Aurelia Boyer, senior vice president and chief information officer (CIO) at the Presbyterian Hospital in New York, in reducing hospital admissions and costs of deep-vein thrombosis cases through staff engagement and patient-centric data analysis.
- What do you do with your old pool? Johnson, Phillip // Australian Horticulture;Aug2010, Vol. 108 Issue 8, p43
The article discusses better management of pools at a lesser cost which can be solved by creating natural swimming pools.
- YMCA of Regina's exciting expansion will meet family needs. Klassen, Randy // Active Living;Jan2007, Vol. 16 Issue 1, pN7
The article reports on the opening of the second YMCA Northwest Family Centre, located at 5939 Rochdale Boulevard in Regina, Saskatchewan. The facility features two swimming pools, an on-deck hot tub, a conditioning center, gymnasium, studio and a children's indoor play structure. The...
- Hospitalizations for Near Drowning in California: Incidence and Costs. Ellis, Arthur A.; Trent, Roger B. // American Journal of Public Health;Aug1995 Part 1 of 2, Vol. 85 Issue 8, p1115
California hospital discharge data for 1991 were examined to describe persons hospitalized for near drownings (i.e., a submersion incident for which the victim was admitted to a hospital). Among residents with near-drowning injuries, there were 865 discharges, regardless of outcome (rate =...
- Pennsylvania School District Chooses ACAC over YMCA. Shaver, Jennifer // Fitness Business Pro;Nov2004, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p16
Reports that ACAC Fitness and Wellness Center has won against YMCA the bid to provide swimming and diving facilities for high schools in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Terms of the agreement; Reason for the opposition of YMCA's proposal; Benefits of the proposed plans for schools districts.
- More Than 9,000 Youngsters to Participate in Learn-to-Swim Program. // Ascribe Newswire: Health;6/28/2006, p3
The article reports that the Amateur Athletic Foundation (AAF) of Los Angeles, California, is going to offer a learn-to-swim program. The purpose behind the introduction of this program is to make swimming lessons available to as many children as possible in the Southern California area. The...
- How We Built Our Pool. Stroetzel, Donald S. // Saturday Evening Post;6/16/1956, Vol. 228 Issue 51, p24
The article discusses the experiences of the author concerning his and his neighbors decision to build a community pool. An estimate of 20 men cooperated to create a community pool in Washington, D.C. The group aims to construct a pool that is uncrowded, sanitary and well-supervised where the...
- Time for a swim. Sutton, Horace // Sports Illustrated;05/16/1955, Vol. 2 Issue 20, p48
This article discusses the growing popularity of swimming pools in the U.S. It observes the inclusion of swimming pools in the construction of hotels, resorts and other establishments across the country, notably the Cavalier in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and the Normandie in San Juan, Puerto...
- New Facility First in Area. // Fitness Management;Feb2009, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p14
The article reports on the grand opening of Diamond Hills Sports Club and Spa fitness center in Oakley, California in November 2008. The amenities at the center offered for infants all the way up to grandparents are presented. The spa, which also serves as a medical spa, offers Botox and other...