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We're excited to share our news about teaming up with Homes for Heroes!

Indianapolis Home Team recently partnered up with Homes for Heroes, a company that works with real estate agents such as our team to offer significant rebates and discounts to all our heroes – … 67 more words

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Why healthcare isn't as female-friendly as you think

There’s no shortage of stories about the lack of women in tech or venture capital. But if there’s one field that’s been thought of as a shining light for women, it’s healthcare. 420 more words

Careers

10 US charity staff to leave Sierra Leone amid Ebola scare

FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — Ten health care workers with a Boston-based nonprofit organization responding to Sierra Leone’s Ebola outbreak are to be evacuated to the United States after one of their colleagues was infected with the deadly disease. 596 more words

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JIMI AGBAJE ON DOCTORS AND HEALTHCARE WORKERS

I’ve always maintained that knocking Governor B.R. Fashola (SAN) for his achievements all because I’m running for Governor on a different platform will just be playing mere politics – and that’s not what I’ve set out to do in this campaign. 657 more words

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11 Things Healthcare Professionals Wish You Knew

As an English major and an avid writer I never expected to—or remotely wanted to—work in healthcare. But in May of 2014 after being laid off from a… 1,742 more words

A call for increased use of seasonal influenza vaccine in healthcare workers

As we are now in the midst of influenza season and there have been an impressive number of patients with influenza on our pulmonary service, I thought I would take a minute to discuss mandatory influenza vaccine for health care workers. 903 more words

Bioethics

Notes from the field: investigation of contacts of a health care worker who worked while ill with pertussis - Maryland, august-september 2014.

On September 5, 2014, the public health department of a Maryland hospital was notified of a case of Bordetella pertussis infection confirmed by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) in a staff health care worker (HCW). 164 more words

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