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Pharm Apps Usage Hampered By Company Policy

In a recent study, researchers asked 600 UK registered pharmacists practising within Manchester, Liverpool and Newcastle whether  “it appropriate to use mobile apps during the provision of healthcare within the community setting.”   78.4% felt confident using mobile apps.   55 more words

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Angeles College - RN to BSN Online Program 2015

Bachelor of Science Nursing (RN to BSN)

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The Angeles College online RN to BSN program will enhance your personal status, boost your salary, and increase your job security while helping your hospital achieve “magnet” status. 197 more words

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Anxiety as an epidemic

“Depression and anxiety is an epidemic! I can’t believe it!” said my medical student after a week working with me in my inner city General Practice in the UK. 683 more words

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Welcome to Davis Connect

Welcome to the first-ever F.A. Davis blog! (And for a company that’s been around since 1879, we think that’s a pretty big deal.) Our favorite part of our jobs is talking to instructors, students, and clinicians to find out what  65 more words

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New Autumn newsletter now available...

Apprehension; making Heath Robinson proud; brushing up on table tennis; being prepared to be unprepared. As well as remembering and honouring; facing the realities of sacrifice; giving what one can as one can… Read on as PRIME tutors recount some of their adventures in spreading compassionate whole person care – from America to Papua New Guinea, Albania to Romania, Ghana to Russia … 6 more words

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Proximity, vulnerability, faith, and love

A good relationship requires proximity. We can diagnose some things over the phone. But we can’t take off a mole, much less get to know a person for who they are, unless we get close to them. 489 more words

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The Early Days of Ebola vs. HIV: Similarities and Differences

In the early 1980’s a new disease entered the U.S. that had doctors scrambling to find answers. A number of gay men in both New York and California were experiencing treatment resistant diseases and cancers that were extremely uncommon. 452 more words

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