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  • Celebrating 25 years of moving the science forward

    Are women being adequately represented in clinical trials at the National Institutes of Health?

  • You can love it, hate it, fear it or revere it … but technology has become an integral part of healthcare processes on both a clinical and operational level.

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  • In the fall of 2013, the Tennessee Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (TNAPP) launched a bold new initiative to address pediatric quality issues in primary care through the formation of the Pediatric Healthcare Improvement Initiative for Tennessee (PHiiT).

  • Celebrating 25 years of moving the science forward

    Are women being adequately represented in clinical trials at the National Institutes of Health?

  • You can love it, hate it, fear it or revere it … but technology has become an integral part of healthcare processes on both a clinical and operational level.

  • Tales from Kentucky Nurses

    by William Lynwood Montell;

    c.2015, University Press of Kentucky; $24.95 / higher in Canada, 281 pages

  • OUR BODY THE UNIVERSE WITHIN – Hands On! Museum

    When we use life experiences to help others, the outcome is always amazing. In physics, this theory is referred to as “the butterfly effect,” where the flapping of a single butterfly’s wings on one side of the earth can possibly cause a hurricane on the other side.

  • Skin lumps, bumps and lesions is a big subject – so let’s focus on skin cancers.

  • Most medical practices rely heavily on third-party vendors for services like telephones, internet, billing, and waste disposal.

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