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Family Medicine Conferences, Events, and Education

Family Medicine Conferences &
Educational Opportunities

The NPA's 30 Annual Conference
10/22/2014 - 10/26/2014
The Nurse Practitioner Association of New York State

MAPA Fall CME Boston
10/23/2014 - 10/23/2014
Massachusetts Association of Physician Assistants

Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates Annual Conference
10/31/2014 - 11/03/2014
Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates

Orthopaedic Essentials for PAs & NPs
11/06/2014 - 11/09/2014
Chamberlain Medical Resources

Specialty Training for Emergency Medicine
11/06/2014 - 11/09/2014
Chamberlain Medical Resources

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family , primary , PA , physician assistant , NP , nurse practitioner , RN , nurse


Latest News

New Study Finds Heart Attacks Do Not Have As Strong Of A Genetic Link As Previously Suspected

Heart attacks are not as connected to family history and genetics as may have been previously believed, according to a new study by researchers at the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Salt Lake City. These new findings may help those ... Continue Reading


Three People Infected With Ebola Predicted To Fly From West Africa Every Month If No Exit Screening Takes Place

Three Ebola-infected travellers are predicted to depart on an international flight every month from any of the three countries in West Africa currently experiencing widespread Ebola virus outbreaks (Guinea, Liberia, or Sierra Leone), if no exit scree... Continue Reading


Alternate Approach To Traditional CPR Saves Lives

A new study shows that survival and neurological outcomes for patients in cardiac arrest can be improved by adding extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) when performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The study abstract was released today i... Continue Reading


Demand Surges As Hospitals Deploy TRU- SmartUVC For Ebola Preparedness

Following the tragic infections of two hospital staff and subsequent tracking of hundreds of people related to Ebola, hospitals around the country are requiring TRU-D SmartUVC, a portable automated UVC disinfection robot which accurately measures req... Continue Reading


New Antidepressant: Rapid Agent Restores Pleasure-Seeking Ahead Of Other Antidepressant Action

A drug being studied as a fast-acting mood-lifter restored pleasure-seeking behavior independent of -- and ahead of -- its other antidepressant effects, in a National Institutes of Health trial. Within 40 minutes after a single infusion of ketamine, ... Continue Reading


Divide And Conquer: Novel Trick Helps Rare Pathogen Infect Healthy People

New research into a rare pathogen has shown how a unique evolutionary trait allows it to infect even the healthiest of hosts through a smart solution to the body's immune response against it. Scientists at the University of Birmingham have explained... Continue Reading


New York Eye And Ear Infirmary Of Mount Sinai Hosts Unveiling Of New Superhero Dedicated To Children With Hearing Loss

On Saturday, October 18, 2014, the Ear Institute at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai (NYEE) will host an unveiling event by the Children’s Hearing Institute (CHI) and Marvel Custom Solutions to reveal the identity of a new girl super... Continue Reading


Joint Statement From the American Hospital Association, The American Medical Association, and The American Nurses Associaiton Addressing Ebola in America

As our nation’s strategy to address the Ebola virus continues to evolve, hospitals and their partners in nursing and medicine are coming together to emphasize that a solution-oriented, collaborative approach to Ebola preparedness is essential to effe... Continue Reading


Head Injury Causes Immune System To Attack Brain, New Study Finds

Scientists have uncovered a surprising way to reduce the brain damage caused by head injuries -- stopping the body's immune system from killing brain cells. The study, published in the open access journal Acta Neuropathologica Communications, showed ... Continue Reading


Aspirin Shown To Benefit Schizophrenia Treatment

A new study shows that some anti-inflammatory medicines, such as aspirin, estrogen, and Fluimucil, can improve the efficacy of existing schizophrenia treatments. This work is being presented at the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology conferen... Continue Reading


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Healthcare Jobs

Healthcare Jobs

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Black Hills Pediatrics
Rapid City, South Dakota

Nurse Practitioner
Central West Healthcare
St Louis, Missouri

Part-Time Occupational Therapists
Connec-To-Talk
Fairfield County, Connecticut

Nurse Practitioner
Memorial Hospital of South Bend
South Bend, Indiana

Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)
The Virginian
Fairfax, Virginia

Np / Aprn
Aspenpointe Health Services
Colorado Springs, Colorado

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