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Humanitas Designated as Approved Provider by California Board of Registered Nursing for Continuing Education Course Credit and Units

...in California. www.rn.ca.gov Available upon request: Chart of violent victimizations in the workplace. Contact: Mary Lopez schell ( mary.schell@humanitas.com " target="_new"> mary.schell@humanitas.com ) / (301) 608-3290 EXT. 313 ...

Enormous Recovery Challenges Remain in Myanmar One Year After Cyclone Nargis

...cted populations to take part in securing their own future well-being," says Bernd Schell, the head of the country office for the Red Cross in Yangon. schell notes that "our livelihoods and emotional recovery programs aim to engage and empower the affected communities to fully participate in rebuilding thei...

'Prescription Drugs: Good Medicine - Bad Behavior;' Science Matters Program Explores the Rise in Prescription Drug Abuse Presented by the California Science Center

...er, will serve as moderator for the panel discussion in the Loker Conference room at the California Science Center. Panelists include: Kenneth schell , PharmD., President, California State Board of Pharmacy and Vice President of Quality Assurance and Compliance with Prescription Solution; Marsha St...
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U.S. IEEE members to report on Sci-Tech at California newspapers

... program, which is administered by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). IEEE-USA Communications Committee Members Allan schell and Abby Vogel helped to select the IEEE-USA Engineering Mass Media Fellows. Between 2006-2007, the AAAS Science & Engineering Mass Media Fellows p...
Schell in Biological Technology

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..., said that unaided awareness is an important indicator of brand dominance. There is a high correlation between unaided awareness and market share, schell said. When people shop, they begin with the brands that they know first. These brands become the basis for their shopping experience. The most effe...
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