The Myth that Hospitals are Safe Places, I

Originally published in our book “Unready: To err is human – the other neglected side of Hospital Safety and Security” July, 2010 and as relevant four years later as it was on day one. Due to length, we have broken this into two posts, of which this is the first. For context, it should be…
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Terrorism at Home: Lessons from Fort Hood

Our last two Examiner posts have dealt with the tragic Ft. Hood domestic terrorist attack: Untold Casualties: Fort Hood Partial List Excerpt: The horrors of the recent slaughter at Fort Hood TX represent only a partial list of military victims of Army psychiatrist Major Nadal Malik Hasan. It is a cruel irony that some of…
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