In an auditorium in the Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge at Stanford Hospital, 13 custodians from the Stanford School of Medicine and Stanford Hospital and Clinics sit in a semicircle to talk. Some of them are new employees, hired just weeks ago. Others have been working at Stanford for 21, 27 or even 37 years. Whether they’re veterans or rookies, however, they all agree: There’s never been a worse time to be a custodian at the hospital.
Stanford Hospital and Clinics
Palo Alto resident Christopher Bui is suing the Stanford Blood Center because of an infection he said he acquired after donating blood on April 10, 2008.
After almost five years of planning, the University opened the Stanford Center at Peking University (SCPKU) last month. SCPKU, a $7 million project designed to strengthen ties with Peking University (PKU), builds off of a partnership between the two universities dating back to the 1970s, which has included joint academic ventures and a Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP) established in 2004.
Using a vast database of electronic medical records, researchers at the Stanford School of Medicine were able to show “to a high level of statistical significance” that women report feeling pain more intensely than men regardless of the source of such pain, according to a medical school press release.