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Admission scheduling in hospitals: the gap between theory and practice

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Gemmel, Paul, and Roland Van Dierdonck. 1997. “Admission Scheduling in Hospitals: The Gap Between Theory and Practice.” In Managing Service Operations : Lessons from the Service and the Manufacturing Sectors, ed. J. Ribera and J. Prats, 323–328. Barcelona: Canor Editorial.
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Gemmel, P., & Van Dierdonck, R. (1997). Admission scheduling in hospitals: the gap between theory and practice. In J. Ribera & J. Prats (Eds.), Managing service operations : lessons from the service and the manufacturing sectors (pp. 323–328). Barcelona: Canor Editorial.
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Gemmel P, Van Dierdonck R. Admission scheduling in hospitals: the gap between theory and practice. In: Ribera J, Prats J, editors. Managing service operations : lessons from the service and the manufacturing sectors. Barcelona: Canor Editorial; 1997. p. 323–8.
MLA
Gemmel, Paul, and Roland Van Dierdonck. “Admission Scheduling in Hospitals: The Gap Between Theory and Practice.” Managing Service Operations : Lessons from the Service and the Manufacturing Sectors. Ed. J. Ribera & J. Prats. Barcelona: Canor Editorial, 1997. 323–328. Print.
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  author       = {Gemmel, Paul and Van Dierdonck, Roland},
  booktitle    = {Managing service operations : lessons from the service and the manufacturing sectors},
  editor       = {Ribera, J. and Prats, J.},
  isbn         = {84-86851-29-7},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {323--328},
  publisher    = {Canor Editorial},
  title        = {Admission scheduling in hospitals: the gap between theory and practice},
  year         = {1997},
}