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Hospitals: problems of creating a sense of security

Hospitals: problems of creating a sense of security

Health and Social Service Journal 90(4689): 508-509

Next week British and American experts will meet in a hospital security management seminar to be held at Charing Cross Hospital, London, under the auspices of the International Association for Hospital Security. In this article, Charles Morris, district security officer, Central Derbyshire Health District, looks at hospital security in the context of the British NHS and its current financial problems.

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