1. Queensland doctors and nurses in the First World War digital story, 2015, John Oxley Library, Acc: 29355/4


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    An examination of the experiences of Queensland doctors and nurses who served in the First World War. Professor John Pearn AO, RFD and Dr. Robert Likeman CSM, both distinguished civilian and military doctors, discuss the challenging situations faced by medical service people in the First World War, from overwhelming numbers of casualties, to extreme conditions and traumatic injuries. They explore the medical advancements which resulted from war, and the lasting emotional and psychological effects of the war on the doctors and nurses who served.

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    • WEB VIDEO: Medical University of South Carolina "What Disease Wants (Extended Version)"


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      Scott Gentle provided the matter of fact narration for this web version of the Medical University of South Carolina's "What Disease Wants" media campagn.

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      • Revalidation for Nurses | RCNi | CreativeConnection


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        Animation produced by Creative Connection for the RCNi providing information for nurses. Project Manager - Caroline Casswell Animator - Sarah Burgess CLIENT WEBSITE: http://rcni.com/ FIND US: Website - http://www.creativeconnection.co.uk/ Subscribe - https://www.youtube.com/user/visualmi... Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/creativeconnec Twitter - https://twitter.com/creativeconnec

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        • Welcome 2015 AANLCP Membership


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          Welcome to 2015!

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          • Webinar: Using Mobile Technology to Drive Your Population Health Strategy


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            Learn how to leverage advances in secure mobility technology in order to support your Population Health Management initiatives. Regardless of the millions of dollars already invested in data exchange, data analytics and business intelligence technology by healthcare organizations nationwide, inefficiencies that negatively affect care coordination and patient engagement will persist without the ability to deliver the right clinical intelligence at the right time. This Session focuses on using mobile technology to create a Mobile Network of Care throughout the Care Continuum for your targeted patient populations. Featuring Practice Unite, a secure mobile communication platform for clinicians and patients. Agenda • Securing your Mobile Environment • HIPAA Compliant Care Team Communication • Patient Surveillance – Tracking your Highest Risk Patients • Readmission Avoidance • Patient and Care Giver Engagement • Expediting Physician Referrals and Consults

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            • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - The NICU


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              The NICU Tour: The video provides an overview of the neonatal care unit at the University of Virginia Health System. The Neonatal Care unit is seen from the view point of the parents, physicians, nurses, emergency personnel and even a former baby. The day-to-day care and sometimes the wrenching decisions that parents must confront. Neonatal Care became a specialty in the United States in 1960 and that is the same year that the first NICU was established in the United States. There have been some major changes in the Neonatal Care over the past 120 years. Some of these changes include the invention of the incubator, changes in respiratory care, and the development of surfactants. Healthcare institutions have varying entry-level requirements for neonatal nurses. Neonatal nurses are Registered Nurses (RNs), and therefore must have an Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) or Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. Some countries or institutions may also require a midwifery qualification. Some institutions may accept newly graduated RNs who have passed the NCLEX exam; others may require additional experience working in adult-health or medical/surgical nursing.

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              • Wisconsin Nurse finally takes a moment for herself and tours the massive mountains of the West.


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                Jess, a Nurse and neuroscience student, celebrating her birthday - her 1st time at Mt. hood Meadows, 2015.

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                • zambales


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                  summer came a little too early, so we had a meeting with the sea, sun and sand in Anawangin cove, Nagsasa cove, Capones island Zambales in our northern Luzon Trip last feb. 10-11, 2015

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                  • 2015 RACHELL ALLEN NURSE QUIZ SHOW & EXPO


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                    A MUST ATTEND EVENT where NURSES and NURSING OPPORTUNITIES come together!!! Where FILIPINO NURSES unite and their INTELLECTUAL PROWESS are showcased! BE THERE WHEN IT HAPPENS! See you all on FEBRUARY 26 & 27, 2015 at HARRISON PLAZA in Manila!!!

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