Archive for February 6th, 2012

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CAMPAIGN MAKES A MARK – Dentistry IQ

CAMPAIGN MAKES A MARK
Dentistry IQ
It all started when senior dental nurse Sam McConnell was approached by Warwickshire College to start a dental nursing apprenticeship after a number of students expressed interest in pursuing a career in the industry. Zoe was the lucky apprentice

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National League for Nursing Signs on as Founding Member-Sponsor of IOM Global … – PR Web (press release)

National League for Nursing Signs on as Founding Member-Sponsor of IOM Global
PR Web (press release)
The IOM's Global Forum brings together leaders at the highest levels of public service, academia, industry, and the non-profit world to facilitate discussion about and foster ideas for evolution in the education of health professionals to meet the

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National League for Nursing Signs on as Founding Member-Sponsor of IOM Global … – PR Web (press release)

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REPORTER’S NOTEBOOK: Medical events in Riney’s sights – Crain’s Detroit Business

REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: Medical events in Riney's sights
Crain's Detroit Business
"My commitment in this new role … is to get medical and bioscientific meetings to Detroit." How? Riney has honed his relationship and negotiation skills during his 33-year career at Henry Ford by working in nearly every one of the system's business

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Biz buzz for Feb. 6, 2012 – Duluth News Tribune

Biz buzz for Feb. 6, 2012
Duluth News Tribune
Range Mental Health Center also welcomed the following additions to staff over the last quarter of 2011: Caryn Walters and Nicolette Cook in the ADAPT program; registered nurses Angela Bowman and April Monetti; licensed practical nurses Melissa Mayry


Biz buzz for Feb. 6, 2012 – Duluth News Tribune

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Health care industry sees employment gains – Daily Mail – Charleston

Health care industry sees employment gains
Daily Mail – Charleston
opportunities in the health care industry. WASHINGTON – The aging of America may be good for the labor market. A growing number of older people and rising health care spending are driving demand for workers from nursing aides to surgeons.

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Health care industry sees employment gains – Daily Mail – Charleston

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