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Aug
08

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH?S NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NURSING RESEARCH GRANT FUNDING STUDY INVOLVING WEIGHT LOSS

National Institutes of Health?s National Institute of Nursing Research grant funds for a three year clinical trial entitled, ?The Rural Men?s Health Study,? amounting to $380,885 that involves rural men from Nebraska. Researchers at the University Of Nebraska Medical Center College Of Nursing Northern Division in Norfolk team up with the Northeast Nebraska Public Health […]

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Aug
07

WASHINGTON REGIONAL’S FIRST NEUROSURGICAL ICU OPENS IN NORTHWEST ARKANSAS

Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville recently commenced the first neurosurgical intensive care unit in Northwest Arkansas. According to a news report, the 20-bed unit serves patients who are recovering from surgery as a result of a spinal cord injury, brain injury, neurological illness like epilepsy and stroke. This Neurosurgical ICU is located on the […]

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Aug
06

WASHINGTON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT WITH ITS SYRINGE SERVICES PROGRAM

Since its launch last May, Washington County Health Department?s syringe services program, have at least 22 people participated with most picking up safer-injecting equipment. The program aims to prevent intravenous drug users from getting blood-borne infections such as hepatitis C and HIV offering them connections to services or treatment referrals. The health department just previously […]

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Aug
03

DAISY FOUNDATION GRANTS FUNDS FOR NURSE RESEARCH STUDIES

For those nurses who want to take their autoimmune disease and cancer treatment research into a whole new level, here is an ultimate chance for you to fund your efforts through DAISY Foundation grants. In a recent DAISY news release, the foundation is offering two types of funding as part of the J. Patrick Barnes […]

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Jul
09

EXPANDING NURSING FACULTY AS THE KEY TO REDUCING THE NURSING SHORTAGE NATIONWIDE

The nursing shortage in the U.S. is well documented and is expected to increase as we continue to see the Baby Boomer generation access medical services and retire themselves. As the need for nurses continues to increase, it?s essential to realize that a lack of nursing faculty is only compounding the situation. While there is […]

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