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04-04-05

Week of April 4, 2005 - Click Front Page to Download Issue!
Posted: 4/5/2005 at 9:39:14 AM

Denver's Nursing Star is published twice monthly throughout the Denver metro area with more than 56,000 readers in print, 3,500 e-publication subscribers and nearly 90,000 online. If you have a news idea, press release, announcements or personnel changes that affect the industry - call Priya Jenkins, editor at 720-283-2209 or email news@denvernursingstar.com. If you are recruiting nurses or wish to advertise your retail location or product - call Mary Walewski, advertising at 720-283-2209 or email advertising@denvernursingstar.com.



Helping Educate High Quality Nurses
Posted: 4/5/2005 at 9:37:33 AM

Tammy Spencer, RN, MS, stands in the lab at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, where she has taught students in both undergraduate and graduate classes for nearly 10 years. Photo by Jason P. Smith



Colorado ready to honor nurses
Posted: 4/5/2005 at 9:41:57 AM

The American Nurses Association has announced the theme of National Nurses Week 2005, "Nurses: Many Roles One Profession."



Today’s Nurse: CAREER OPTIONS IN NURSING This Weeks Topic: Air National Guard (Pt 2 of 2)
Posted: 4/5/2005 at 9:47:58 AM

Captain Frannie Goffinett RN, from the 140th Medical Group, Colorado Air National Guard



Nurse Talk
Posted: 4/5/2005 at 10:49:13 AM

Each week we visit with health care professionals throughout the Denver area. If you would like us to visit your facility, please email Priya Jenkins at: news@denvernursingstar.com This week we visited Kaiser Permanente.



Write for DNS
Posted: 4/5/2005 at 9:56:43 AM

Denver’s Nursing Star is designed to share news and information between nursing and healthcare professionals. Experiences and items of personal growth are very important features This publication seeks writing submissions from RNs and LPNs, as well as other professionals on informative and timely topics. Personal experiences are preferred with an emphasis on useful information that will instruct readers or may be used in their practices. Please follow these guidelines when submitting stories: • Submissions must be no more than two to three pages long, typewritten double-spaced on 8.5 by 11 inch paper. • When possible, please submit a color or black and white photograph of the author and/or a color or black and white photograph representing the event. • Please include name, address and telephone number (work and home), fax number, when possible. • An honorarium of $25 will be paid upon publication. • All material will be reviewed by the editor of Denver’s Nursing Star and may be edited for clarity or length. • Submit material to the attention of: Denver’s Nursing Star, P.O. Box 2078, Broomfield, CO 80038-2078. Fax information to (720) 283-2198 Email may be sent to news@denvernursingstar.com. For answers to questions regarding submissions, please call (720) 283-2209.



Men I Wanted to Marry
Posted: 4/5/2005 at 9:43:31 AM

Laughing with Elizabeth By Elizabeth Bussey Sowdal, RN



St. Anthony North Hospital Campus Expanding Acquisition of 12 acres paves way for expanded medical care services
Posted: 4/5/2005 at 10:09:54 AM

St. Anthony North Hospital announced the expansion of its campus through the addition of a 12-acre parcel of land on the northwest side of the existing campus. Catholic Health Initiatives, St. Anthony’s sponsor, recently acquired the property from Pillar of Fire.



IRAs: 30 years of saving the smart way
Posted: 4/5/2005 at 9:58:43 AM

Don Means, Insurance Agent/Owner Means Insurance Agency



Schiavo Case: An Opportunity for Education and Action
Posted: 4/5/2005 at 10:11:54 AM

If Terri Schiavo had only documented what she would have wanted: her husband and parents would not be adversaries; politicians would not have used her life to assert their various political agendas; and the many, many dollars spent to finally decide what should be done could have been spent in a manner that would have benefited many. The purpose of this statement is not to take sides or to argue what should or should not have been done in the many legal and political battles involving Ms. Schiavo. Instead, I propose that each of us work within our own ability to help ourselves, our family, our church, our clients and our communities to focus on avoiding such situations through advance care planning.



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