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Ansell Healthcare Espresses Firm Commitment to Support Continued Education of Healthcare Professionals Worldwide
Date:4/7/2009

Healthcare in 1992, in a bid to provide a safer working and living environment while promoting good health and well being. The programme consists of a series of on-line and off-line research and educational resources on infection control, hand hygiene and the prevention and treatment of latex allergies. AnsellCares(R) has adopted an advisory role on skin and personal protection issues for the healthcare professionals and at-risk populations, and comes endorsed by reputable independent allergy and medical experts from around the globe, including leading scientists, physicians, educators and researchers.

On-line AnsellCares(R) resources, delivered via courses, lectures, seminars, white papers and other multimedia content, are continuously updated, catering healthcare professionals with free-of-charge educational resources at www.ansell.eu/medical and at http://www.ansellhealthcare.com/temps/university/ansellcares/index.cfm

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A non-for-profit association, the European Operating Room Nurses Association (EORNA) was founded in 1980, and today consists of 24 member associations, representing 50,000 Healthcare professionals. EORNA exists to enhance and develop perioperative patient care across Europe. It does so by promoting and maintaining a high standard of perioperative patient care; by being the influential voice of perioperative nurses in Europe; and by linking and collaborating with relevant European and international organizations. One of the EORNA's most important educational activities is EORNA ACE, http://www.eorna.eu/EORNA-ACE_a271.html?PHPSESSID= 3b4992228717335b0b5608d08b27e6a6) the Accreditation Council for Education. An overview
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