Design, Council of Industrial Design, 207, March 1966

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This special issue on hospitals contains the following articles:
Hotels, factories and places for healing the sick, The challenge to planning and design by R. Gedling
First aid care, speedy transport, special centres, Life-saving elements of a new accident service by James Fairley and Charles Scott
It started with Florence Nightingale, 100 years later another tradition is emerging by H. L. Smith
Surgeons may be desperate, But there are no shortcuts to good operating suites by T. White
The scientific revolution in design for medical care by S. M. Davies
Purchasing – a word that stands for £7 million a year to re-equip Britain’s hospitals by W. Bowring
Doctors can’t design: but their knowledge is crucial to hospital planning by D. G. Melrose

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Design, Council of Industrial Design, 207, March 1966
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