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Skelmanthorpe-based Visual Systems Healthcare has been chosen to supply specialised splatter-proof clipboards to treatment centres and hospitals in Sierra Leone in a bid to tackle the epidemic.
A MEDICAL supervisor with a clipboard walks without any protective clothing just feet away from a nurse with Ebola.
e article was so keen to point out that 'they must be carried inside the car to be of any use',' that it featured a 'storyboard' of three photographs showing how an ocer could rst use the clipboard in defence against a gunman before disarming him with it.
MacPractice, the leading Apple developer of practice management and clinical software for doctors' offices that use Macs, iPhones and iPads, announced today the launch of the MacPractice Clipboard 4.
A virtual archive in the content curation and visual social media space, Clipboard allows users to clip, save and share text, images and virtually anything else from around the Web - either publicly, privately or in select groups.
THE CHINESE capital of Beijing is the next destination for clipboard traveller Joe Michna.
They found job candidates were seen as more serious and better qualified when their CVs were read on a heavy clipboard.
When the delivery is received, package data are automatically transferred from the driver's electronic clipboard into the Trackpad software.