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Norwegians Take in the Sun in Spain on Doctors' Orders

...rida for northern Europeans looking for a place to retire in the sun. "I love being here," said Rausi Norman, a 97-year-old former physical education teacher who was completing a second stay at the rehabilitation centre where she was being treated for back trouble. "I just regret that I am not sick enou...

UK Nurses Complain of Stress, One Quits After Screaming at Heart Attack Patient

...me, effing and blinding."She said she was going to retire in a few days and the complaint would affect her pension." It was in front of all the other patients...." Hospital chiefs gave Mark a written apology and told the nurse she was guilty of gross misconduct. She then resigned. Mark's wife Rebecca, 40,...

Comprehensive Reforms to Move Toward Patient-Centered Care

... practice are leaving the field or are planning to retire in the near future. The result of this collapse of primary care will be higher costs, lower quality, diminished access, and decreased patient satisfaction. ACP, today, proposed a bold solution to this looming collapse: a patient-centered health car...

A ‘Good Samaritan’ to the Aid of Lepes

...artificial hipbones in an operation and decided to retire in 1997. Her first experience of leprosy came in a leper village in Panyu during a 2002 tour organised by the Hong Kong Medical Mobilization Corp, a registered non-profit charitable body. Fu observed that people diagnosed with the disease were sh...

Britain's Longest Surviving Heart Transplant Patient Dead

...work properly. Mr. MacDonald, who was forced to retire early because of his condition, had a led a full and productive life after the surgery and described himself as the "the luckiest man in the world". The father of two worked for a construction firm after the transplant and also resumed playing golf ...

Keep Australia's GP Workforce Numbers Healthy, AMA Urges

...of Australia's already shrinking GP workforce will retire over the next few years. With a study in this week's Medical Journal of Australia confirming that general practice is not the preferred career option for many medical graduates, the challenge is how to support those staying in general practice and ...

Help Near At Hand For Elderly With Disturbed Sleep

... * Keep a regular schedule. * Rest and retire at the same time each day. * Eat and exercise regularly. * Manage stress by discussing worries long before bedtime and tapping into relaxation techniques. While many senior adults experience unpleasant side effects when they take tradit...

Medical Education in Australia Embroiled in Scandals

...e in the rural areas. The doctors who are ready to retire should be motivated to stay on with incentives. Trained specialists who are working in God forsaken areas should be provided free healthcare and education for families....

NHS Protects Job Opportunities for Homegrown Nursing Graduates

...isis. He said that about 150,000 nurses are due to retire in the next five to ten years and replacing them with homegrown nurses alone is a nearly impossible task. But Lord Warner, the Health Minister, said that extra investment in training of nurses would eliminate the necessity to hire junior nurses fro...

Frustrated Australian Surgeons Opting For Private Hospitals

...tralia's surgeons were aged over 55 and planned to retire within 15 years. Dr Stitz said that they need 120 more surgical training positions immediately as an ageing population will mean more surgeons will be needed within the next decade. Explaining that there is an urgent need to increase the number of su...

Nurses in South Africa Face Challenges

...over two third of the existing nursing staff would retire within the next 10 years. Poor working conditions, a high rate of violence and abuse in the workplace, lack of training opportunities and the burden of HIV and Aids were the main reasons for the shortage. A ‘remuneration system that will keep g...

Hospital Cuts Costs By Moving Cancer Patients To Hotels

...stic investigations in hospital during the day and retire to their hotel room, often with a family member, in the evening. Hotel rooms are suitable for patients who are well enough not to need 24-hour nursing care, and still require treatment or daily monitoring. Unlike hospital in-patients, those who hav...

Early Retirement Age Found To Double Death Rate

...their retirement age has revealed that workers who retire early have nearly double the death rate of those who work on until they reach 65. //This finding disapproves the existing misconception that people who take off from work early enjoy healthier and happier lives as a consequence. Men were far more l...

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