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All Nursing Schools Sheds Light on Online Nursing Degree Opportunities in a Rough Economy

Online nursing degrees provide students with an excellent option for a less expensive education in the thriving nursing industry. Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) July 30, 2009 -- According to All Nursing Schools , the nursing shortage creates opportunity for the qualified ...

University of Phoenix Expands Advanced Degree Programs; Adds Ph.D. in Nursing and Educational Specialist Degrees

PHOENIX, July 9 /PRNewswire/ -- University of Phoenix today announced the launch of two online doctorate-level degree programs -- a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Nursing (Ph.D.) and an Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) degree. Enrollment for both programs is currently underway, with the Ed.S. pro...

The Meetings Industry...Stirred But Not Shaken by Current Economic Setbacks - Patriot Meetings Announces Their 360 Degree Program that Ensures Successful Meetings

Patriot Meetings believes that what's old is new again in the meetings industry. Solid professional experience coupled with a genuine value of client relationships and their unique business requirements delivers solid results. Their 360 degree approach to program development and execution guarant...

Physician Receives Bachelor's Degree After 50 Years

FORT WORTH, Texas, June 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- It took a 43-year career in medicine to get it, but David Lichtman, MD, chair of Orthopaedics at the University of North Texas Health Science Center , finally received his bachelor's degree last month. Dr. Lichtman can now add "Bachelor of Sci...

Karolinska Institutet Awards Honorary Degree to Feinstein Institute CEO Kevin J. Tracey, MD

STOCKHOLM, Sweden, May 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm today awarded an honorary post-doctoral degree to Kevin J. Tracey, MD, director and chief executive officer of The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research in Manhasset, NY. (Photo: http://www.new...

Walden University Offers a New M.S. in Leadership Degree and New Bachelor's Degrees in Instructional Design and Technology and in Nursing

New programs prepare students for careers in high-demand fields MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Walden University , one of the leading providers of online degrees, is offering three new degree programs designed to meet increasing demands for qualified professionals in the fields of nurs...

Nanyang Technological University launches first-ever sports degree in Singapore

NTU has launched a new Bachelor of Science in Sport Science and Management degree programme. The first of its kind in Singapore, the four-year, direct honours programme aims to produce professionals with relevant knowledge and pertinent skills for engagement in the sports industry. The new degr...

Nurses with a second degree could impact workforce

As the United States continues to experience a nursing shortage that is expected to grow to one million nurses by 2016, a new research study highlights a pool of potential candidates who could alleviate the shortage in an economical way. The study, published in the January/February 2009 issue ...

Online Nursing Degree Seekers Gain a New Education Resource: OnlineNursingCareer.com

OnlineNursingCareer.com provides information to aspiring nurses about careers and online education. Seattle (PRWEB) November 4, 2008 -- Today, Online Nursing Career announced the recent launch of their new website, online nursing degree programs and request informatio...

Capella University Launches PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision : The new degree program, one of few available online, addresses growing need for counseling faculty and supervisors

Counseling is one of the country’s fastest growing professions, driving an accompanying need for doctoral degree programs and faculty to educate counselors and specially educated professionals to oversee counselors. In response, Capella University ( www.capella.edu ), an accredited* online ...

Sacramento Man Finished 100-Mile-Run in 100 Degree Heat to Secure Health Care for Uninsured Children

SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As the thermometer crept above the 100 degree mark, so did the expectation of a strong finish for Jason Harper's 100-mile-run for the children of inner-city Sacramento's roughest neighborhood. The Extra Mile Run was created by Harper to rai...

Brown Mackie College - Indianapolis Announces New Degree Program in Occupational Therapy

Students Being Accepted Now for Classes Beginning January 2008 INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Brown Mackie College - Indianapolis today introduces an Associate of Applied Science degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant. This program joins Brown Mackie College - Indianapolis' growi...

Nursing Scholarships Offered by Western Governors University for Master's Degree Programs

SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Western Governors University (http://www.wgu.edu ) is now offering its Future of Nursing Scholarships to prospective nurse leaders, nurse managers and nurse educators. These scholarships are designed to help working nurses earn a master's deg...

Woman’s Degree of Sexual Freedo

According to the study conducted by psychologists from Sheffield University most women still believe one-night stands are immoral//. The study of women's attitudes towards sex revealed that women of all ages believe that sex outside marriage or a committed relationship is wrong. The women commu...

Surgery Offers Better Treatment For Third Degree Piles

Hemorrhoids or Piles has become one of the most common diseases.// Almost half of the population will encounter hemorrhoids by the age of 50. Incidence of hemorrhoids is more in men compared to women at occurs mostly between the ages of 45 to 65. Surgical removal and Rubber band ligation (RBL) ...

Beetroot Juice May Boost Stamina

...exercise endurance by up to 16 percent, a new British study shows. The researchers found that nitrate in beetroot juice reduces oxygen uptake to a degree that can't be achieved by any other means. The findings could benefit endurance athletes, elderly people and those with cardiovascular, respiratory or...

Out of court settlement of malpractice claims: Incorrect treatment of bone fractures in children

...n, as well as omitted or inadequate control of the fracture. The highest rate of errors (77%) was in the area of the elbow. Long-term mild or moderate degree damage due to malpractice was confirmed in 37 cases (31%), as well as severe long-term damage in 16 cases (13%). The malpractice review committees...

Cleveland Joins Navvis & Company

...X; Performance Logic, New York, NY; and APM, New York, and spent five years in clinical operations with Columbia/HCA. Cleveland holds a bachelor's degree in nursing and a master's in business administration, both from Columbia University in New York, NY. Navvis & Company™ is a managemen...

Rooks Show Intelligence in Catching the Worm

...ones to raise the level of water in a container to bring a floating worm within reach of their beak. All four rooks used in the study showed a high degree of accuracy, using only the exact number of stones needed to raise the water level to put the worm within reach. Instead of trying to get the worm aft...

Ben Shappley Joins Amedica's Leadership Team

...f the Institute for Orthopaedic Enlightenment and is a listed inventor on seven orthopaedic implant patents. Mr. Shappley holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. "Our Board of Directors and Management team are pleased to extend a warm and enthusiastic welcome to Ben in his role ...

Stereotaxis Names Daniel Johnston as Chief Financial Officer

...Johnston spent 11 years, including eight as CFO, at United Industries, a manufacturer of diversified consumer packaged goods. Mr. Johnston has a B.S. degree from the University of Missouri and is a certified public accountant. About Stereotaxis Stereotaxis designs, manufactures and markets an a...

Lipo-Flavonoid Launches New Video Testimonial

...d by her doctor she would eventually go deaf. Unfortunately, Debby's story isn't uncommon. "There are millions of people suffering from some degree of tinnitus and many are told that the tinnitus may eventually go away on its own, or in a worst-case scenario, eventually lead to deafness," exp...

George Barrett Named Chairman and CEO of Cardinal Health

...ward; the NAMIC Stanley B. Thomas Jr. Lifetime Achievement Award; and the 2005 Kaitz Foundation Diversity Champion. Britt received a bachelor's degree in economics from Dartmouth College, where he graduated magna cum laude. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, Britt received an M.B.A. from the Amos Tuck Schoo...

Outsourcing of IT Requirements by Healthcare Organisations Promotes All-Round Benefits, Says Frost & Sullivan

...e costs of implementation will vary significantly depending on factors such as the organisation's size, the complexity of its information systems, the degree to which its current processes are automated, and the integrity of its current infrastructure. Vendors can respond accordingly by offering competitive...

Dr. Liza Solomon, HIV/AIDS Expert, Joins Abt Associates as Principal Associate in Company's Domestic Health Division

...ealthcare services experience. Dr. Solomon earned her Dr.P.H. and M.H.S. degrees from Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health; a B.S. degree (Physician Assistant Program) from the State University of New York at Stony Brook; and a B.A. from the University of Illinois, Chicago Circle Campus....

Fox 11 News Anchor Christine Devine to Co-Host 2nd Annual "An Evening for Autism" Event

...began her broadcasting career during college working as a radio disc jockey and TV weather reporter. She grew up in Arizona, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Telecommunications at Arizona State University. About Bubba Jackson As ...

Andrew Allen joins Navvis & Company

...operating and chief executive roles. Allen holds a bachelor of science degree and a master's degree in public health/hospital administration from Tulane University, New Orlean...

Nephrologists Indicate High Interest in AMAG Pharmaceuticals' Newly Approved Feraheme According to Latest BioTrends Report

...as IV iron brand selection being heavily influenced by price. Although the bundled payment only impacts the dialysis market, reimbursement has a high degree of influence on brand choice in the chronic kidney disease non dialysis (CKD-ND) market as well. This adds importance to Nephrologists' perception th...

Elder Abuse, Neglect Make Early Death Far More Likely

...sk for premature death. That suggests, he said, that it's the abuse and self-neglect that lead to the physical decline that ends in death. "This degree of mortality risk is usually reserved for acute conditions, like an acute heart attack or stroke, and these findings really emphasize the importance o...

Pilot study: Workplace yoga and meditation can lower feelings of stress

... study analyzed participants' responses to the intervention using data from established research questionnaires that measured perceived stress, or the degree to which situations in life are considered stressful; a number of components of sleep quality; and what is called mindful attention awareness, which r...

Omaha School of Massage Therapy Adds Healthcare Programs, Joins Herzing University, and Changes Name

... caring and personalized education that Herzing University provides at its other eight U.S. campuses and at its Online division, which offers online degree programs and diplomas. "The Herzing motto is to provide a career-focused, convenient, and caring education, and there's no doubt OSMHC is doing exac...

High cholesterol in midlife raises risk of late-life dementia, Kaiser Permanente study finds

... factors in midlife, before an underlying disease or symptoms appear, the researchers said. "Our findings add to the existing body of evidence on a degree of overlap between two dementia types in terms of risk factors, symptoms and neuropathology," said the study's lead author, Alina Solomon, MD, a resea...

High Cholesterol in Midlife Raises Risk of Late-Life Dementia, Kaiser Permanente Study Finds

...tors in midlife, before an underlying disease or symptoms appear, the researchers said. "Our findings add to the existing body of evidence on a degree of overlap between two dementia types in terms of risk factors, symptoms and neuropathology," said the study's lead author, Alina Solomon, MD, a resea...

Atlanta Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon Thomas Lintner, MD Renewing Bodies and Spirits for New Moms with a Mommy Makeover

...c Surgery, the American College of Surgeons, the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and the Georgia Society of Plastic Surgeons. He earned his medical degree from Emory University, and has published a number of articles on topics in both general and plastic surgery for some of the nation’s leading med...

Five Questions About Eczema

...arsh detergents/soaps, abrasive clothing (wool or synthetics), dust or sand. (8) More than 15 million people in the US suffer from some form or degree of eczema. (9) Recent data concludes that medical care costs can range from $580 to $1,250 per patient per year. What causes ec z ema? ...

Researchers Identify New Method to Selectively Kill Metastatic Melanoma Cells

...nal and international rankings in sponsored research. Located on two downtown campuses in Richmond, VCU enrolls 32,000 students in 205 certificate and degree programs in the arts, sciences and humanities. Sixty-five of the programs are unique in Virginia, many of them crossing the disciplines of VCU's 15 sc...

Courage Center Names Dianne Miron Its Director of Physician Services

...rior to that she spent many years at Regions Hospital as manager of Physician Medicine and Rehabilitation. The White Bear Lake resident has a Masters degree in Non-profit and Public Administration from Metro State University. Miron reports to Nancy Larkin, Courage Center's chief operating officer. ...

MedThink Hires Joe Conwell as Executive Creative Director

...of agencies in New York and in Atlanta. Conwell earned his master's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri and his bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Iowa. ABOUT MEDTHINK COMMUNICAT...

Cheerleading is Leading Cause of Catastrophic Injury in Young Women

... number of increasingly severe injuries." Because of the increase in degree of difficulty in cheerleading skills, increased acrobatics and stunt activi... high levels and be invited to competitions, athletes must include a higher degree of difficulty and risk in routines. This means fewer traditional pyramids a...

Professor Bruce Beutler Joins aTyr Pharma's Scientific Advisory Board

...ontributions to the understanding and development of aTyr Pharma's novel class of therapeutic proteins." Dr. Beutler received his undergraduate degree from University of California San Diego, his MD from the University of Chicago, and did his residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical ...
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