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University of Arkansas to Ban Tobacco from Its Campus

...culty and staff governing bodies early in the fall semester to explain the policy. Flyers about the tobacco-free policy also will be circulated around campus, particularly in the residence halls. We understand that this will be a significant change for a segment of our population, said Serafini. About 20 pe...

AIIMS Campus - A Breeding Ground for Mosquitoes

...osquito-born disease. More shockingly, a seventh semester student of AIIMS, Kamal Raj Kiran, died due to dengue last Saturday. While the government still claims that the hospital is well equipped to handle any disease, a walk through the 100-acre campus gives a fair idea of the cleanliness status - or the...

AIIMS Postpones Semester Exam due to Dengue Outbreak

...ier hospital// has postponed its medical students' semester examination scheduled for later this month. Most ...ts have vacated their hostel rooms after a seventh semester student died on Saturday. The 18 affected by the mosquito-borne deadly virus include medical student...

Dengue Outbreak in the Capital is not an Epidemic: Government

..., resident doctors and staff. On Saturday, seventh semester student Kamal Raj Kiran died of dengue. A 125-bed special dengue ward has been set up at AIIMS, said hospital authorities. On Monday, the hospital began a two-day blood donation camp to deal with any blood shortage. The dengue virus is spread thr...

AIIMS Student Dies of Dengue Fever

A seventh semester student of the premier All India Institute of Medi...age. "Kiran, a native of Hyderabad and a seventh semester student of our institute, died this afternoon," Binod Patra, a senior AIIMS resident doctor, told IA...

Woodruff Foundation Grant To Support Doctorate Of Nursing Practice Program

...this year. The DNP curriculum includes 40 graduate semester hours over four semesters, covering trends in effective care, methods of care delivery and concepts in evidence-based care. Before this program was developed, nursing was the only health profession without a practice doctorate, said Dr. Saundra Tur...

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