1. Barangay Hartford 12/31/10

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    from docjfw Added 17 1 3

    Please take a few minutes to view how a transplanted group of Pinoy physicians and their families are surviving the demanding life in Connecticut =D.

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    • KFS Advocate moves to Klippel-Feil Syndrome Freedom

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      from Sharon Rose Nissley Added 89 1 2

      An update regarding recent changes and to share the goals of Klippel-Feil Syndrome Freedom. We are a patient and family led community that aims to improve and empower the lives of those affected by Klippel-Feil Syndrome through research and awareness. The skeleton key is our symbol of HOPE for a rare skeletal disease. Join us at https://www.facebook.com/KlippelFeilSyndromeFreedom Thank you! Background: Sharon Rose was diagnosed with KFS 5 years ago, and began searching further for answers, after learning that there is little information about KFS, and care is lacking. Sharon Rose led the MDJunction patient group for KFS for nearly 2 years. When advocacy was key, she moved onward as a co-founder of The Klippel-Feil Syndrome Alliance, actively advocating for over 2 years. Recently Sharon Rose moved forward to begin Klippel-Feil Syndrome Freedom along with our vibrant, wise community of advocates.

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      • Stepworks Addiction Treatment - Referrals

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        from Stepworks Addiction Treatment Added 224 0 1

        This video is an in-house production of Stepworks. Stepworks Addiction Treatment is restoring lives hurt by addiction... by providing client-focused care, a comfortable setting, and an easy admission process. For professional referral sources seeking treatment for someone's addiction, the Stepworks team believes Stepworks is the ideal choice.

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        • Monotheistic Faith Perspectives on Brain Death, DNR, Patient Autonomy and Health Care Costs

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          from IMANA Added 49 1 1

          This is the video recording of a panel focusing on Abrahamic faith teachings regarding brain Death, Do Not Resuscitate orders, patient autonomy and escalating health care costs. Moderator and Case Presenter: Faroque Ahmed Khan, MD, MACP Professor of Medicine State University of New York, Stony Brook Stony Brook, New York Panelists: Gamal Badawi, PhD Professor Emeritus of Management and Religious Studies St. Mary’s University Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Rabbi Jerome K. Davidson, DD Chief Rabbi (retired) Temple Beth El Great Neck, Long Island, New York Frederick A. Smith, MD, FACP Assistant Professor of Medicine Hofstra University School of Medicine Hempstead, New York The transcript was published in the Journal of the Islamic Medical Association of North America, Vol 43, No 3 & 4. http://dx.doi.org/10.5915/43-3-8982 This panel took place at the Islamic Medical Association of North America - Hofstra University conference "End of Life Issues: Ethical and Religious Perspectives,” September 17, 2010, at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. More information about the conference is available at http://ethics2010.imana.org. The proceedings have been published at jima.imana.org/issue/view/811.

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          • Medical Readiness Exercise 14-4

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            US Army Africa led Medical Training Exercise 14-4 was a surgical care focused practice for US and Tanzanian military doctors and nurses.

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            • Intern Skit 2011

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              from Medicine @ RWMC Added 411 0 1

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              • Meet Dr. Athalyn (Philippines)!

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                from Medi-Spa at Sea Added 389 0 1

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                • Heidi and Matthew's Journey

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                  from Heidi Wilk Added 3,139 0 1

                  In 2008, Matthew was diagnosed with glioblastoma multiform, the most common and deadliest of brain cancers. His wife, Heidi, is his best friend, mother to his three children and his caregiver. Learn more about their journey and how they've adjusted their life for a "new normal".

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                  • Physicians for Social Responsibility: Philadelphia

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                    from Bunker Seyfert Added 65 0 0

                    PSR is committed to creating a safer, healthier Philadelphia by interrupting the cycle of violence in our communities with a continuum of outcomes - based strategies focusing on the prevention of and healing from violence. Education, advocacy and coalition building are the cornerstones of our programs.

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                    • Social Media Communities for Professionals: Bringing Hospital Hallway Talk Online

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                      from Alan Sherman Added 102 0 0

                      Excerpts from my presentation to the Healthcare Communications and Marketing Association Annual Meeting in Jersey City on June 18th.

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