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Clinical Laboratory Science in the Changing Scene of Health Care

Proceedings of the sixth ECCLS Seminar held at Cologne, West Germany, 8th–10th May, 1985

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List of Contributors ix PART 1 CURRENT CONCEPTS OF HEALTH AND HEALTH CARE 1 A European overview of the health care scene KS Johansen 3 Is there a European concept of health and health care? 2 JGW Wittkiimper 7 3 The effects of health and safety legislation on the practice of clinical laboratory science A Berlin, AE Bennett and WJ Hunter 19 4 Current economic, technical and political pressures at the laboratory level: some benefits towards health care delivery JG Lines and N Sanders 33 PART 2 THE CLINICAL LABORATORY IN THE CHANGING SCENE OF HEALTH CARE 5 The clinical laboratory in the changing scene of health care as seen by a professional society member M Roth 41 6 The clinical laboratory in the changing scene of health care as seen by an industry member JE Barclay 45 7 The clinical laboratory in the changing scene of health care as seen by a health agency member R Netter 55 8 The clinical laboratory in the changing scene of health care as seen in the USA R Nadeau 59 v CONTENTS PART 3 WOULD THE VALUE OF CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE BE INCREASED BY FURTHER WRITTEN AND MATERIAL STANDARDS? 9 Would the value of clinical laboratory science be increased by further written and material standards in histology? J Rygaard 67 10 Would the value of clinical laboratory science be increased by further written and material standards in cytopathology? OAN Husain 73 11 Would the value of clinical laboratory science be

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Titel: Clinical Laboratory Science in the Changing Scene of Health Care
Autoren/Herausgeber: J.P. Ashby (Hrsg.)
Ausgabe: 1987

ISBN/EAN: 9780852006856

Seitenzahl: 144
Format: 0 x 0 cm
Produktform: Hardcover/Gebunden
Gewicht: 370 g
Sprache: Englisch

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