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- Dr Life: GP-locum site exciting option. Wilcox, Jon // New Zealand Doctor;8/1/2007, p32
The article reviews the web site http://www.drlife.co.nz, a source for medical practitioners and doctors alike.
- It's not business as usual after med errors at these hospitals. Gebhart, Fred // Drug Topics;1/26/2004, Vol. 148 Issue 2, pHSE28
Focuses on the cases of drug errors that had killed or disabled patients in various hospitals in the U.S. Different approaches at Columbia Medical Center of Las Colinas; Nursing errors at Mary Washington Hospital; Complaint from patients of ventricular tachycardia.
- A Review of the Medical Weblog, Clinical Correlations. Aronoff, David M.; Bartkowiak, Barbara A. // Clinical Medicine & Research;Jul2010, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p104
The article reviews the medical web blog Clinical Correlations, located at www.clinicalcorrelations.org.
- BLOG RUNNER. Quinley, Kevin // Claims;Jan2008, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p12
The article discusses issues related to the increasing popularity of blogs. "Business Week" reported that as of late 2005, seven percent of all CEOs engaged in blogging and 18 percent stated that expected to host a company blog within two years. According to the article, irate customers or...
- Tracking Complaints. Flesh, Lawrence H.; Van Riper, Joan S. // Healthcare Executive;Sep/Oct2005, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p32
Explains how U.S. hospital and health systems administrators prevent future service problems by identifying their source. Hospitals' traditional employment of patient advocates or representatives to handle complaints; Decision of VA to track complaints to identify recurring complaints so...
- Join the physician community online. // Urology Times;8/1/2009, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p4
The article offers information on the website of Modern Medicine Community. It allows user to share videos, audios, photos and stories. Urologist Neal Shore is one of the bloggers who post thoughts and opinions on issues in medicine. Users can have his own profile page, blog and unlimited media...
- PATIENT CLAIMS YOUR POPULAR LOCUM IS A POLITICAL EXTREMIST. // Pulse;10/8/2005, Vol. 65 Issue 39, p60
Discusses the experiences of several general practitioners (GPs) in dealing with their patients who are heavily involved in politics and accusing the practitioner's locum as a local leader of a far-right political movement. Approach used by GPs to respond on the patient's complaints; Suggestion...
- Gulf between patients' and GPs' expectations widens. Hairon, Nerys // Pulse;9/6/2004, Vol. 64 Issue 35, p22
Reports on the conflict between general practitioners (GP) and patients over each side's responsibilities and rights in Great Britain. Complaints of patients on GP appointments; Increase in consumerism among patients; Plan of the government to alter rules regarding primary care.
- GPs forced into limbo by complaint system chaos. Lepper, Joe // Pulse;2/5/2005, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p3
Reports on the impact of the complaint system chaos on general practitioners in Great Britain. Effect of government reforms on the system; Escalation of complaints to the independent review; Failure to deal with complaints locally.