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Home care nurse finds her love in nursing, teaching
Posted: 1/12/2004 at 12:36:44 PM

Debbie O'Connell, a home care nurse with Centura Health at Home, said she enjoys the teaching aspect of her work in home care. Photo by Jason P. Smith

Hospitals to get credit in new ratings systems
Posted: 1/12/2004 at 12:38:22 PM

The system would give partial recognition for progress

Avs make time for kids at Children's
Posted: 1/12/2004 at 12:43:14 PM

In Response:
Posted: 1/12/2004 at 12:53:58 PM

Job-hopping hurts development, quality of care say veteran nurses Linda Brazen, RN, MSN, CNOR Clinical Nurse Specialist/Educator Operating Rooms University of Colorado Hospital Denver

Nurses: job hopping doesn’t hurt the profession
Posted: 1/12/2004 at 12:39:33 PM

“Does administration and management like it? No, but I think it’s part of finding your path in life. That’s how I look at it.

McKee Medical Center expands to meet growing need
Posted: 1/12/2004 at 12:45:29 PM

McKee Medical Center in Loveland, part of the Banner Health System of hospitals, has started the first phase of a new expansion plan aimed at providing better patient care and more space to help accommodate the growing population along the Front Range.

Posted: 1/12/2004 at 12:52:32 PM

Last year, through a substantial gift from Meridian Retirement Communities, Community College of Denver educated about 500 nursing students and graduated more than 100. Meridian has committed more funding this year as well, but CCD is working hard to raise even more money to support Nursing and other academic programs, student services and scholarships.

Meeting a challenge and making a difference….
Posted: 1/12/2004 at 12:51:52 PM

There are many aspects to long term care’s struggle to attract new workers to vacant positions. Arkansas Manor (soon to be operating as North Star Community), a Medicaid based facility located just west of Federal Boulevard, has partnered with the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development to address this issue. A vision was created in 2002 to develop our own licensed nurses from our already loyal and dedicated staff in direct care positions. Through the cooperative efforts of Arkansas Manor Staff Development, the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development and Community College of Denver our vision became reality. Special to Denver’s Nursing Star

Promising spinal cord injury trial opens at Craig Hospital
Posted: 1/12/2004 at 12:50:46 PM

Craig Rehabilitation Hospital in Englewood, Colo., has become the first facility in North America to conduct a groundbreaking spinal cord injury clinical trial.

Sleepy? Experts offer tips for better rest
Posted: 1/12/2004 at 12:44:51 PM

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