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  • Nurses Talk To Nurses, Doctors Talk To Doctors
      Is this your general understanding that if there are any issues or problems within your health care facility, that doctors are able to confront a nurse to discuss their annoyance with something which was either done or not done, but the sa[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Apr/2013
  • Zimbabwe: Government Unfreezes 2,000 Nurses Posts
    Unemployed trained nurses should register for deployment at the nursing schools they trained following the unfreezing of over 2 000 posts for registered general nurses, the Government has said. Health and Child Welfare Minister Dr Henry Madzorera[...]
    Date Posted: 15/Apr/2013
  • Gambian Delegation Returns From WACN Meeting
      Delegates of The Gambia Chapter of the West African College of Nursing (WACN) have returned from the 12th Biennial General Meeting (BGM), 33rd Council and 21st Scientific Session in Monrovia, Liberia from 16th - 24th March 2013, a press re[...]
    Date Posted: 15/Apr/2013
  • Study: Vitamin D May Reduce Risk of Uterine Fibroids
    Women who had sufficient amounts of vitamin D were 32 percent less likely to develop fibroids than women with insufficient vitamin D, according to a study from researchers at the National Institutes of Health. Fibroids, also known as uterine leio[...]
    Date Posted: 15/Apr/2013
  • Study: New Way Discovered To Clear Cholesterol From The Blood
      Researchers at the University of Michigan have identified a new potential therapeutic target for lowering cholesterol that could be an alternative or complementary therapy to statins.    Scientists in the lab of David Ginsbur[...]
    Date Posted: 15/Apr/2013
  • The Current State of International Nurse Recruitment
      As someone who has been involved in international nurse recruitment for quite some time, it always surprises me how many people I talk to who seem confused about the current options. Lots of folks still talk about visa retrogression and ma[...]
    Date Posted: 14/Apr/2013
  • What If... I Wasn’t a Nurse? by Tina Lanciault
      I spent my teenage years working at the local VA hospital in the kitchen helping with food preparation and serving meals to our veterans.   In my 20’s, I became a nursing assistant and worked at that same VA hospital in thei[...]
    Date Posted: 14/Apr/2013
  • Beijing Reports First Bird Flu Case
      The first case of the rare H7N9 virus was reported from Beijing on Saturday after a seven-year-old girl was admitted to a city hospital with the symptoms of the disease.   The flu has now killed 11 persons across China and at leas[...]
    Date Posted: 13/Apr/2013
 
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