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6 Staff requirements Surgeon ● experience in about 200 diagnostic hysteroscopies performed by him-/herself ● knowledge of indications, contraindications and, first of all, safety aspects of operative hysteroscopy ● knowledge of the fundamentals, safety aspects and complica- tions of electrosurgery ● training with animal models (handling of the equipment) ● knowledge of potential complications and their clinical man- agement ● work shadowing with a surgeon experienced in operative hys- teroscopy Surgical nurse ● exact knowledge of the equipment and instrumentation

different approaches for benchmarking projects in laboratory medicine departments and describes their strengths and weaknesses. Keywords: benchmarking; laboratory information system; lean management; quality management; staff requirement. *Korrespondenz: Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Matthias Orth, Institut f ü r Laboratoriumsmedizin, Vinzenz von Paul Kliniken gGmbH, Postfach 103163, 70027 Stuttgart, Deutschland Tel.: + 49 711 6489-2760 Fax: + 49 711 6489-2763 E-Mail: Johannes Aufenanger:   Institut f ü r Laboratoriumsmedizin , Klinikum

British Library Board, 1977. 62 pp. (The British Library Research & Development Reports, 5321 HC). The Sheffield manpower project: A survey of staffing requirements for librarianship and Information work. Final report on a project funded by British Library Re- search and Development Department. R. Sergean, J. R. McKay and Cynthia M. Corkill. University of Sheffield, Postgraduale School of Librarianship and Infor- mation Science, 1976. 317 H- 102 + 74 pp. (Occasional Publications Series, 8). Stevenson, M. B.: User educalion programmes: A study of their development

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1 Introduction After the diagnostic hysteroscopy has been increasingly estab- lished as a standard method at hospitals and in gynaecological practices in the last few years, therapeutic interventions are gain- ing in importance, too. Compared with the diagnostic hystero- scopy, the operative hysteroscopy requires a considerably higher effort with regard to the technical equipment as well as the staff requirements. In the therapy of infertility the operative hysteroscopy has comple- tely replaced conventional techniques, which in most of the cases required a

Contents Abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IX 1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2 Indications for operative hysteroscopy . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3 Instrumentation and technical equipment . . . . . . . . . . . 3 4 Positioning, preparation of surgery and ergonomics . . . . 19 5 Technique and procedure of operative hysteroscopy . . . 22 6 Staff requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 7 Surgical interventions

details of each article for enhanced searching capabilities. Depending on the number of articles that need to be uploaded to the system, this could be accomplished by purchasing only one or two copies of the program. It is important to note that the scanner was an integral part of the document management system and its purchase would need to be included in the cost of any system chosen. The implementation process was efficient and managed easily with minimal staff requirement. This was due to the user friendly nature of both the scanner and the Adobe® Acrobat

and a rationale of materi- als that will be removed from the collection; a clearly defined strategy that would provide ongoing access to and management of the collection; and an assessment of the resources required to curate the collection, includ- ing staffing requirements and technologies necessary to sustain the data. The e-Science collection was an actual research collection of one instructor’s research collaborators. The digital humanities collection was a set of materials from the Indiana University Digital Library Program with additional materials

); Organizing a Multilingual and Multicultural Service (Olaf P. Berggren and Lis Byberg): Preparing the Political Climate; Budgetary Requirements; Space Requirements; Staffing Requirements; Co-Opera- tive Services and Resource Sharing. Technical Services I: Acquisitions (Anne Holmes and Derek Whitehead): The Acquisitions Plan and Bud- get; The Types of Material to be Acquired; Collection Development Po- licy and Criteria for Selection of Materials; Approaches to Selection; Methods of Acquisition. Technical Services II: Cataloguing and Collecti- on Management (Birgitte


Foreword D R. G. F. D A V I D S O N Deputy Minister of National Welfare PROBABLY there has never been a time when social agencies, public and private, have not been profoundly concerned with two main problems: staff and finances. Of the two, the problem of meeting staff requirements has proved to be even more intractable than that of obtaining needed funds. Particularly during the last two decades, money has been easier to come by than qualified, competent personnel without which the fresh breath of life can never be instilled into an agency programme

consensus statement that reports current staffing levels within the different adolescent inpatient units would be o f assistance in developing a more detailed understanding o f the mini- mum staffing requirements o f these units. The concentration o f young people within these units provides a focus for undergraduate and postgraduate training, especially in relationship to nursing and medicine, but also for allied health staff (13) . Less academic investment has been made in Australian adolescent nursing in comparison to adolescent medicine, but adolescent