Citations with the tag: MEDICAL personnel
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// CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal; 9/30/2003, Vol. 169 Issue 7, p736
Pays tribute to several medical personnel in Canada.
- Who's got what.
Bosetti, Diana // Orange County Business Journal; 07/28/97, Vol. 20 Issue 30, p20
Profiles a listing of personnel from managed care companies in California. Names of the personnel and the companies they represents; Outline of the duties; Progress made by managed care companies as of July 1997.
- Salaries on the rise; some careers derailed.
Benson, Barbara; Scott, Chris // Crain's Chicago Business; 9/09/96, Vol. 19 Issue 37, pSR6
Reports on the impact of managed health care reforms and deregulation on the jobs of managers and other careers in health care. Changes in the roles of hospital's staff and executives; Increase in salaries; Emerging job titles.
- Revisiting emergency preparedness/ Hospitals working to deal with bioterrorism.
Chuvala, Bob // Fairfield County Business Journal; 3/17/2003, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p15
Reports on the efforts of health care personnel in Fairfield County, Connecticut to prepare themselves in the event of a bioterrorism attack. Vaccinations against the smallpox virus; Coordination with government agencies and emergency personnel; Hazardous material handling training. INSET:...
- Making the transition to healthcare business advisor.
Chambless, Vickers // hfm (Healthcare Financial Management); Jan95, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p100
Discusses the transition of healthcare financial managers to healthcare business advisors. Collaboration in network building; Risk articulation; Local taxing authorities.
- Keys to career success in managed care.
Sandrick, Karen // hfm (Healthcare Financial Management); Apr96, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p46
Interviews several managed care professionals to obtain their views on how healthcare financial managers can prepare for a career in managed care organizations. Financial managers' willingness to assume responsibility; Knowledge on healthcare delivery; Experience with integrated delivery in the...
- A straight line through the loops.
Souhrada, Laura // Materials Management in Health Care; Oct97, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p2
Reflects on the thinking style needed by central service professionals in the medical field in order to succeed in their career. Author as an example; Need for central service professionals to walk a tightrope between logical and creative thinking.
- Tales of success.
Foubister, Vida // Materials Management in Health Care; Jun2003, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p33
Presents certified U.S. medical professionals' views on the importance of certification in their fields. Certified materials and resource professional; Certified sterile processing and distribution manager; Certified operating room nurse; Certification in infection control.
- Too many initials!
Lodato, Darryl M. // RN; Dec97, Vol. 60 Issue 12, p76
Opinion. States that the credentials placed on a nurse's or doctor's name tag is of little importance to patients, highlighting the fact that the quality of care given by that individual is highly important. What prompt the individual to come to this conclusion; Information on doctors and...
- Feds Temper Proposal On Surgery and HIV; Reaction Still Cold.
Harding, Rick // Advocate; 5/7/91, Issue 576, p16
Reports that federal officials have abandoned their harshest proposals for dealing with health care workers who test positive of HIV in the United States. Guidelines on universal precautions. INSET: Delaware Case Hinges on Dental HIV-Exposure Risk..
- Deadbeat R.Ph.s.
Conlan, Michael F. // Drug Topics; 2/2/98, Vol. 142 Issue 3, p31
Reports on decisions made to cancel various health care professionals out of the Medicaid and Medicare programs, resulting from defaults on federal student loans. Estimation of debts of the R.Ph.s.
- Who's who in health care.
Conlan, Michael F. // Indianapolis Business Journal; 2/13/95, Vol. 15 Issue 47, p19
Profiles medical care executives in Indianapolis, Indiana. Names of executives; Personal and career backgrounds; Companies/agencies represented.
- Five trends shaping the future labor force.
Sherer, Jill L. // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks; 10/5/93, Vol. 67 Issue 19, p30
Presents trends in the work force in health care delivery system. Multiskills and flexibility in workers for efficient care provision; Prevalence of health information specialists; Advance practice nurses (APNs) in primary care roles; Entry of alternative health care providers into mainstream...
- Linkage leaders.
Tropp, Janis E.; Gershon, Howard J. // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks; 3/20/94, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p96
Reports on the alliances among health care providers. Survey findings on linkages between behavioral health providers and clinicians; Future survival as dependent on provider's ability to contract with payers; Superior leadership, strong relationships between partners and bilateral commitment...
- Study: Impaired doctors ignored by colleagues.
Tropp, Janis E.; Gershon, Howard J. // Medical Economics; 8/6/2010, Vol. 87 Issue 15, p15
The article reports on the inability of doctors to report incompetent medical professionals in the U.S.
- Medical care and teaching.
Savett, Laurence A. // Primarily Nursing; Jan/Feb94, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p10
Presents information on ways patients, their families and our students are abused by medical care professionals. How patients are characterized by professionals; Example of how discomfort is increased; Effect of providing information without context. INSET: Helping people through critical...
- New face shield provides protection.
Savett, Laurence A. // Urology Times; Jan96, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p32
States that the `FACE-IT' splash protection system reduces the risk of contamination by health care workers who risk exposure to bloodborne pathogens, bodily fluids and other liquid splatter. Who the system is from.
- Dallas area hurting for skilled workers.
Moore, J. Duncan // Modern Healthcare; 11/11/96, Vol. 26 Issue 46, p64
Examines the shortfall of qualified workers in the health care field in Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital in Dallas in spite of layoffs and job freezes. Results of the staff supply-and-demand audit done by the hospital; Reasons for some shortfalls. INSET: Vacancy rates for selected positions at...
- Growth in health jobs reflects aging Mid-Hudson population.
Duvoli, John // Hudson Valley Business Journal; 02/16/98, Vol. 8 Issue 21, p12
Focuses on the report from New York State Department of Labor Division of Research and Statistics analyst Frank Surdey which revealed that the growing number of health care jobs could reflect the aging population in Mid-Hudson area in New York State. Job growth in different industries; Largest...
- Union agrees on Agenda for Change.
Duvoli, John // British Journal of Nursing (BJN); 6/12/2003, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p647
Reports on the agreement of Members of Unison to run pilot trials of the package of pay and conditions called `Agenda for Change' of the British National Health Service (NHS). Evaluation of how proposals will work in practice; Suggestion that the whole NHS should be covered by October 2004.
- The extended medical degree programme at King's.
Garlick, Pamela B.; Rees, John; Greenough, Anne; Brown, Gavin // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 6/7/2008, Vol. 336 Issue 7656, p1264
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Increasing Diversity Among Clinicians" by H. Ip and I. C. McManus in the May 17, 2008 issue.
- Number of frontline NHS staff has fallen.
Warden, John // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 9/7/96, Vol. 313 Issue 7057, p575
Reports that the number of health service frontline personnel has dropped sharply since 1991 in Great Britain. Decrease of 30,000 since 1990.
- Timeless destinations.
Grayson, Mary // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks; 07/05/98, Vol. 72 Issue 13, p8
Opinion. Discusses the emotional views which health care executives have for their profession, emphasizing the benefits associated with such a profession. How is health care viewed by the author; Circumstances surrounding the author's first experience with health care; Working status of both...
- Hello sailor.
Douglas, Colin // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 07/26/97, Vol. 315 Issue 7102, p259
Opinion. Presents the author's experiences as a former ship medical officer. Medical cases of sailors attended to; Humorous look at life at sea.
- Career choices: practical nursing.
Douglas, Colin // Asian Pacific Post; 9/20/2012, p5
The article reports on the need of British Columbia for more healthcare workers.
- Rural areas need more non-physician providers.
Douglas, Colin // Nation's Health; Aug93, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p20
Reports on the shortage in non-physician health care providers in rural areas. Inconsistency in licensing, practice standards and reimbursement as causes; Report from the task force of the National Rural Health Association; Title of the report as `Access to Rural Health Care: Barriers to...
- Guest column: The wellness marine.
Gergley, Gerald G. // Ardell Wellness Report; Summer96, Issue 43, p3
Elaborates on a plan for a new wellness profession to be called the personal wellness trainer (PWT). Guide, consultant, big brother/sister, mentor and coach all rolled into one; Concern about and involvement in asking good questions; Willingness and ability to suggest varied possibilities.
- Maximizing the MDS.
Gergley, Gerald G. // Brown University Long-Term Care Quality Advisor; 04/28/97, Vol. 9 Issue 8, p4
Responds to a question regarding the integration of the MDS process into the workday of interdisciplinary medical staff. Details on the assessment and care-planning process; Information on the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI).
- Keeping a finger on the NHS pulse.
Corby, Susan // People Management; 4/4/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p30
States that as the regional health authorities are abolished in England, the role of health service personnel professionals is coming under greater scrutiny. Three ways wherein human resource (HR) is constrained; Prime example of the government's mixed message; Information about the bottom line...
- Write a practice profile.
Corby, Susan // Nursing Standard; 9/26/2007, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p60
The article invites nurses, nursing students, or any medical field to write a practice profile in Great Britain.
- RNs most trusted yet again.
Corby, Susan // American Nurse; Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p4
The article reports on the recognition of nurses as the most trusted profession in the U.S. as revealed in the annual professions survey of Gallup in the U.S.
Corby, Susan // Modern Healthcare; 10/06/97, Vol. 27 Issue 40, p68
Presents information on presidents and chief executive officers of various healthcare organizations. Profile of Edward L. Berdick, president and chief executive officer of Charleston, South California-based Roper CareAlliance; Details on other officers.
- LTC providers looking for more leaders.
Gustafson, Mary // McKnight's Long-Term Care News; Jun2012, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p4
The article reports that the latest job report from the U.S. Department of Labor informs that the healthcare industry has added 19,000 jobs in April, 2012.
- Joseph "Jay" Walsh, Jr.
Gustafson, Mary // Journal of Environmental Health; Mar2013, Vol. 75 Issue 7, p64
An obituary is presented for former National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) executive Joseph "Jay" Walsh, Jr., who served as the health director for Beverly, Massachusetts.
- My first successful resuscitation or a great Dane.
Zorab, John // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 1/20/96, Vol. 312 Issue 7024, p172
Features the experience of a senior registrar in anaesthesia who was designated resuscitation anaesthetist at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1965. Involvement in the resuscitation of a patient; Procedures and technique applied.
- Human resources.
Zorab, John // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks; 11/5/93, Vol. 67 Issue 21, p20
Presents the findings of surveys done regarding health care human resources. Statistics on the increase of employees' health benefit costs for 1992; Americans' preference to receive health care services from an advanced practice registered nurse than from a physician.
- IN MEMORIAM.
Zorab, John // Frontier Nursing Service Quarterly Bulletin; Winter2013, Vol. 88 Issue 2, p21
An obituary for Jolliffe Michaelis, former staff member of the Frontier Nursing Service is presented.
- The kindness of strangers.
Krueger, Anne // Parenting; Mar97, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p17
Expresses thanks and gratitude to all the strangers, medical personnel, who had helped the author and her family. Mary, a labor and delivery nurse; Dr. Joseph Peeden, daughter's first pediatrician; Cat Clayton, author's lamaze teacher.
- HEALTH WORKFORCE STATISTICS SHOW QUEENSLAND FALLING BEHIND.
Krueger, Anne // Queensland Nurse; Apr2013, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p15
The article discusses the figures from the Health Workforce by Numbers report published by Health Workforce Australia in Febraury and based on 2011 statistics and states that Queensland has fewer nurses per capita than a few of the other states in Australia.
- Health care providers struggle to fill jobs.
Erndt, Cortney // Grand Rapids Business Journal; 3/18/2013, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p5
The article highlights the increase in demand for health professionals across Michigan, and discusses the trouble faced by health care providers in hiring the right candidates for a specific opportunity in health care settings.
- Review: Interventions for health care providers improve provider--patient interactions and patient satisfaction.
Bradley, Colin P. // ACP Journal Club; Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 137 Issue 1, p34
Provides information on a study that examined whether interventions for health care providers that aim to promote patient-centered approaches improve provider-patient interactions, patient satisfaction, health care behaviors and patients' health and well-being in clinical consultations. Data...
- A message from our president.
Broder, Bryant C. // Materials Management in Health Care; Aug2002, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p14
Calls for health care professionals to join and be active in the American Society for Healthcare Central Service Professionals (ASHCSP). Ways of joining or renewing membership; ASHCSP's plan; Certification exam offered by the society.
- Health minister is a specialist in negligence law.
Broder, Bryant C. // GP: General Practitioner; 6/3/2002, p2
Focuses on the expertise of junior health minister David Lammy in medical negligence litigation practice in Great Britain.
- Orthopaedic surgeons and flaccid liberals.
Barraclough, Kevin // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 4/12/2003, Vol. 326 Issue 7393, p829
Discusses the role of orthopedic surgeons in society. Division between physicians and surgeons; Importance of both to those patients who are saved from a lifetime of disability.
- "Pillow Talk" - 2012 2nd Place Winner.
Usher, Elizabeth // Nephrology Nursing Journal; Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p500
An essay is presented on a pillow which is used by a dialysis patient. It offers autobiography of pillow which was torn and later it was stitched properly. The kindness that technician showed in form of few stitches made profound difference in the life of the owner and pillow is also presented.
- Destined to die.
Thiele, Pauline; Blair, Simon // BMJ: British Medical Journal (Overseas & Retired Doctors Edition; 7/9/2011, Vol. 343 Issue 7814, p92
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of having a baby diagnosed with trisomy 18, usually a lethal syndrome. INSETS: A DOCTOR¿S PERSPECTIVE;REFLECTIONS ON MY EXPERIENCE.
Thiele, Pauline; Blair, Simon // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009); 2009, Issue 21, p1551
An encyclopedia entry for "negligence," which refers to the failure of a medical personnel to meet his or her responsibilities to a patient, is presented.
- Advance Directives: Know What You Want, Get What You Need.
Cohen, Neal H. // Mayo Clinic Proceedings; Dec2007, Vol. 82 Issue 12, p1460
The article discusses various reports published within the article, including one article that provides and overview on the advance directives and preferences in health care and another which discusses the barriers that challenges health care professionals.
- Clinician Attitudes Toward Biostatistics.
Horton, Nicholas J.; West, Colin P. // Mayo Clinic Proceedings; Dec2007, Vol. 82 Issue 12, p1578
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article about the behaviors of clinicians towards biostatistics by C. P. West and R. D. Ficalora.
- Legal waivers under fire, have limited use.
Horton, Nicholas J.; West, Colin P. // Healthcare Risk Management; May2007, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p54
A hospital in Pennsylvania is defending its use of medical waivers designed to limit lawsuits stemming from malpractice claims. Plaintiffs' attorneys say the waivers are unfair to patients, who may not realize they are signing away their rights. � A hospital administrator says the waiver is...