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Songwriting and Transcending Institutional Boundaries in the Nursing Home

Intensive care‐management at home: an alternative to institutional care?

Care for Whom: Diverse Institutional Orientations of Non-Governmental Elder Homes in Contemporary China

The Risks of Hip Fracture in Older People from Private Homes and Institutions

Impact of Institution Size, Staffing Patterns, and Infection Control Practices on Communicable Disease Outbreaks in New York State Nursing Homes

Tensions Between Work and Home: Job Quality and Working Conditions in the Institutional Contexts of Germany and Spain

P-418 Cost-effectiveness of telemedicine in implantable cardioverter defibrillator recipients according to distance between home and institution

Five-Year Survival in a Program of All-Inclusive Care For Elderly Compared With Alternative Institutional and Home- and Community-Based Care

Using the FoodEx-LTC to Assess Institutional Food Service Practices Through Nursing Home Residents' Perspectives on Nutrition Care

BRESSEY, Charles Herbert (1874 - 1951), DL; late Bn Commander Essex Home Guard; Army Welfare Officer; past President Chartered Surveyors’ Institution, and of Junior Institution of Engineers, (Inc.); Past Chm., Road Engineering Industry Committee, British Standards Institution; Hon. Member Institution of Royal Engineers, of Town-planning Institute, of Institution of Municipal and County Engineers and of Institute of Highway Engineers; Member of Permanent International Commission of Road Congresses

COLE, Robert Henry (1866 - 1926), Physician for Mental Diseases to St Mary’s Hospital; Lecturer on Mental Diseases at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School and at Bethlem Royal Hospital; Examiner in Mental Diseases and Psychology, University of London; Home Office Visitor to the State Inebriate Reformatory, Aylesbury; Visitor to the Institutions for the Mentally Deficient, Middlesex

MACALISTER, Charles John (died 1943), retired; Hon. Consulting Physician, Royal Liverpool Hospital for Children, Liverpool Royal Southern Hospital; formerly Hon. Physician to the Leasowe Hospital for Children; Consulting Physician, Liverpool Home for Incurables and Schools for the Deaf and Dumb, Bourton-on-the-Water Cottage Hospital; Ex-President, Liverpool Medical Institution and Liverpool Biological Society, and of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Benevolent Institution; late Lecturer on Clinical Medicine, University of Liverpool; late Surg.-Major Liverpool Scottish Regt

BAUDAINS, Philip (1836 - 1909), Royal Jersey Militia; advocate, Royal Court of Jersey, and President of local Bar; proctor of the Ecclesiastical Court; constable (mayor) of St Helier’s and ex officio member of the States (Legislative Assembly) of Jersey; several times formed part of deputations from the States to the Home Government; ex-president Jersey Chamber of Commerce; local secretary RN Lifeboat Institution

HAY, John (1873 - 1959), retired; late Professor of Medicine, Liverpool University, now Professor Emeritus; Consulting Hon. Physician, Liverpool Royal Infirmary; Regional Adviser in Medicine, Ministry of Health; Gas Expert to Ministry of Health; Honorary member of Cardiac Society of Great Britain and Ireland; late Visiting Physician, City Hospital, Walton; late Senior Medical Officer, Royal Insurance Co.; Ex-Pres. Microscopical Society; Ex-President, Liverpool Medical Institution; Ex-President, Liver Sketching Club; Consulting Physician, Victoria Central Hospital, Wallasey, Liverpool Maternity Hospital, the Children’s Convalescent Home, West Kirby, the County Hospital, Kendal; Lieut-Colonel RAMC (T), Hon. consulting Physician to Ministry of Pensions in Cardiovascular cases in the North-Western region; late Specialist in Cardiac Disorders, Western Command

FLETCHER, Herbert Morley (died 1950), Hon. Fellow Royal Australasian College of Physicians; late Senior Censor, Royal College of Physicians; Consulting Physician, St Bartholomew’s Hospital; late Vice-President of Medical College of St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Consulting Physician, Queen Alexandra’s House, E London Hospital for Children, Queen Charlotte’s Hospital, Royal Bucks Hospital; Hertford County Hospital and Infants Hospital; late Member of the Consulting Staff of Osborne Convalescent Home for Officers, and of the Medical Consultative Board of the Navy; Hon. Physician Metropolitan Convalescent Institution, Alexandra Hospital for Diseases of the Hip, and Florence Nightingale Hospital; Examiner in Medicine to Cambridge, Durham, Manchester, Sheffield, and Belfast Universities; to the National University of Ireland, to the Conjoint Board of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, and to the Society of Apothecaries; Major, RAMC (T)

 

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