Comment: Do we need dedicated dermatology beds?
Debate about hospital beds is perennial. It may be about who owns them, whether we have enough of them, whether they are in the right place, or whether they are adequately staffed – but the debate is always there. Some readers of this column will have attended the same meeting as myself at which there was an after dinner debate on this subject. For those who weren't there, this may seem a rather dry postprandial topic. However, as the social event was not dry, the quality of debate from the floor was entertaining even if not altogether coherent.
Dermatology in practice 2001; 9(2): 4–4
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