The Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry seems keen on the rural health care graduate course, which seeks to strengthen health services in rural areas which are woefully short of professionals. A Parliamentary Standing Committee had rejected the ... The Hindu, 1 week ago
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LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. -- Within the next two years, many health care providers will go to paperless records, and rural southern Kentucky doctors are unprepared. The newest Electronic Health Records (EHR) survey released this week revealed that 63 ...Individual.com, 1 month ago
Notwithstanding recommendations of the parliamentary standing committee which rejected the proposed rural medicine course, the Union health ministry has decided to approach the Cabinet shortly. According to senior officials in the health ministry, since they ...Asian Age, 1 week ago High-speed broadband is high on the federal election agenda for the rural health lobby Crikey Media, 1 month ago Panel objects to proposed rural healthcare course IndiaPost, 1 month ago Parliamentary panel objects to proposed rural healthcare course Economic Times, 2 months ago
THE rudiments of hospital care in Tanzania dates back to 1888 when Germans created a medical service for German East Africa (as Tanganyika, mainland Tanzania, was then known). Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH), the pinnacle of health care in ...Individual.com, 3 weeks ago
Many of the fast-growing careers are in the health care field, says Laurence Shatkin, co-author of "Best Jobs for the 21st Century." "The major trends are the aging of the population and improved technology that have created remedies for various ...Yahoo! Finance, 1 month ago Eight Secure Jobs Worth Landing this Spring and Beyond FOXBusiness.com, 1 month ago
Obesity may be the most closely followed health care issue in the United States. The rate of obesity has increased dramatically in the past two decades, growing from 13% in 1960 to 34% nationally. As a result, costs associated with treating obesity ...24/7 Wall St, 1 month ago America's Fattest Cities Huffington Post, 1 month ago America's Fattest Cities: 24/7 Wall St. Huffington Post, 1 month ago
Poverty, lack of access and distrust of the medical system are the root causes of the disparity of health care and clinical outcomes between minority and white populations in the Youngstown area. Lack of access to preventive care, healthy food, ...Individual.com, 1 month ago
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Program encourages nurses to pursue advanced educational opportunities DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. & ENGLEWOOD, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Chamberlain College of Nursing and Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), a national nonprofit health system, announced a ...Street Insider, 2 weeks ago Induction of Homoeopathic Graduates in Public Health System in India Newsvine, 1 month ago
Schools try to make return easier as those with associate degrees respond to hospitals' push for education Anne Lipira had been thriving as a nurse at a west suburban hospital when she decided to go back to school in 2011 to get a higher degree in ...Chicago Tribune, 2 weeks ago
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