Schulte, Margaret F.
September 2008
Frontiers of Health Services Management;Fall2008, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p1
The author reflects on the importance of doing something to help in preserving the life-sustaining planet. He argues that healthcare professionals are doing their share in protecting the environment. An overview of the efforts of heathcare providers are also offered. Furthermore, the author suggests that the need to act is now before it is too late.


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