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    Mike in South Carolina writes:

    I may be in the wrong part of the HSS website, but after almost an hour of frustrated searching, I am unable to find statistics on child abuse and neglect in the U.S., which I need for a grant proposal. The new site is visually very nice, but not user-friendly. It's apparent that the designers didn't think about the end-user, as even entering such basic terms as "child abuse" or "abuse and neglect" in the search box for the Admin. for Children and Families site repeatedly yields responses of nothing found. The data is in their somewhere. It's just been buried so deep that it's virtually impossible to find.

    Posted on Mon Mar 07, 2011 | Reply
     
    Lauren writes:

    I am a student nurse and I think that this information is important to help consumers make better choices about decisions that may affect their lives. The health care personnel will also benefit if they are able to see first hand what is being said about hospital reviews and what changes should be met. This information should be open to the public and the public should utilize it to their advantage.

    Posted on Tue Nov 16, 2010 | Reply
     
    Caitlyn in Chicago writes:

    As a nursing student I think this is a very interesting topic because of the new uses and opportunities we all have in connecting to new information because of our technology we have today. These tools will do a great job in increasing the transparency we have between what goes on in the hospitals and what the public sees. I think these applications will provide more opportunities for other areas in the health care field to be more transparent.

    Posted on Mon Nov 15, 2010 | Reply
     
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