题目：The table below shows the improvements in medical care in three different European countries between 1980 to 2000.
The table provides information about changes in the number of patients，average stays and beds in England，the US and Australia，as a result of improvements in medical system over two decades （1980-2000），It is noticeable that because of the improvements in medical care，all three countries had shown a decrease in the number of patients over the 20 years. The same trend could be found in the days of staying in hospitals. Meanwhile，there was an increase in the number of hospitals beds in the three countries mentioned above.
When comparing the number of patients，it is clear that the UK held the highest figure，while the number was the lowest in Australia. By the end of 2000，there were around 260，000 of patients staying in the hospitals in England. However，in Australia，the figure was just one third that of England in the same year. Though the number of patients in the US was smaller than that of UK，the two figures both showed an upward trend from
1980 to 2000.
Another noticeable change is that in both the US and Australia，the number of beds increased dramatically by 5000 and 3000 respectively from 1990 to 2000，comparing to the change in England，with only a growth of 1000 in the same decade.
Some people believe that women should play an equal role as men in a country’s police force or military force，while others think women are not suitable for these jobs. Discuss both views and give your opinion.
Gender inequality is still a defining aspect of law enforcement，even in today’s world of slowly increasing employment fairness. Women comprise only a small percentage of the local law enforcement in agencies across the all nations，and most of them hold
In fact，women play an important role in the national force. For starter，the society requires female army to demonstrate its equality in gender issue，providing citizens with all prospective opportunities in personal choice of career. This given law also improves the social balance in relationship between male and female employees and sets a role model for other jobs as well. Secondly，modern warfare has now filled with advanced devices so that we are no longer worrying about the physical incapability of women in comparison to men. Thus，higher education and training allow them to master theses skills as well as men. In addition，some particular jobs are better done by women，including nurses and doctors in the battle field. They are proved better in caring injuries and treating the wounded.
However，we have to admit that there is a gender difference between male and female soldiers in the actual warfare，where males perform more active and efficient in combat with enemies. The rule that women are not allowed in the frontline is never a discrimination or gender inequality but is a protection to women. Similar
conditions apply when we consider men with different levels of combat abilities，because we always choose the strongest for the battle field and the notion of gender is never an issue.
In conclusion，I believe that it is surely reasonable for females to play a role in modern army but in actual combat，we use the best without gender consideration.