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Four myths and misconceptions about internships

The days when interns spent much of their time fetching coffee or filing obsolete records are long gone. Increasingly, employers see internships as a vital tool to find and train new talent. 412 more words


Turning science into sentences: The art of medical writing

It seems every day a new, life-altering scientific breakthrough makes headlines. But behind every breakthrough is the need to communicate that discovery with a wide variety of audiences from funders of scientific grants to peer-reviewed publications to regulatory agencies. 359 more words

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Technology sparks e-discovery revolution throughout legal profession

Justine Phillips is a legal pioneer using technology to evolve the profession and its paper-filled world.

As special counsel in the Labor and Employment Practice Group of Sheppard Mullin at its Del Mar office, Phillips went the paperless route back in 2008 — light years before many of her colleagues — by storing all her case filings electronically. 716 more words

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Empathy by design: Creating hospital billing that understands

By Marg Stark

For Eric Krepfle, the software he designs is not merely about creating an efficient system — it’s about developing an empathetic one as well. 850 more words

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Healthcare forecast: Enormous sea change and job growth to come in San Diego

UC San Diego Health System’s CEO Offers Glimpse of Future, Identifies Critical Skill Sets

With the opening of its $850 million Jacobs Medical Center in July 2016, UC San Diego’s Health System will add 1800 new jobs to San Diego’s economy. 178 more words

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Safety manager: 'We're all one accident away from disaster'

On-the-job safety is serious business for Chris Medina, who’s in charge of protecting hundreds of workers on a $1 billion Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) extension project that’s headed toward San Jose. 258 more words

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Founders Day 2013: Not just another day at the beach

With the theme “Career Help,” replete with a mock muscled, oxide-faced lifeguard sitting atop a white tower, UCSD Extension plunged into the ‘60s retro spirit of UC San Diego’s annual Founders’ Day celebration on Friday, Nov. 154 more words