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PRIME Winter Newsletter

PRIME tutors recount (some of) their experiences and adventures in teaching and modelling compassionate whole person care – this newsletter has snapshots from India, Kenya, Nigeria, Peru, Uganda, Ukraine and the United Kingdom.

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Medical Coding Training Course_Dec Batch_Early Bird Offer

Medical Coding: The most demanding career in healthcare industry.

Upcoming batch: 30th Dec 2016

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PRIME Annual Conference - March 2017

If you are from any branch of healthcare, particularly involving teaching and education, we are pleased to invite you to our PRIME Annual Conference taking place 22nd – 25th March 2017!! 43 more words

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Two Trustees move to pastures new..

Two of our Trustees have recently left PRIME to explore new things.

We are hugely appreciative of their time and commitment over many years, thank you to them both and we wish them all the best in their new developments. 271 more words

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Pearson MyMedicalTerminologyLab™

MMTL Student Tutorial: Med Term Speak and Spell
Pearson Higher Education


higher education students

college students

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International E-mail | Everyone has a role in building a health creating society.

“Health is made in the home – hospitals are for repairs.”  This African proverb is quoted in a paper in the BMJ by Lord Nigel Crisp, previous Head of the National Health Service in England,  “Everyone has a role in building a health creating society.” (1) He points out that WHO in Europe has said that modern societies actively market unhealthy lifestyles (2) alongside the glamourisation of indulgent lifestyles in a celebrity culture. 722 more words

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