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07-11-05

Week of July 11, 2005. Click the page to download the issue!
Posted: 7/11/2005 at 10:08:14 AM

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The road to success
Posted: 7/8/2005 at 5:00:07 PM

Gabriela Stevens, BSN, started Strictly Surgical, a staffing company that works exclusively with nurses who have experience working on surgical units. Photo by Jason P. Smith



Don’t Come Crying To Me
Posted: 7/8/2005 at 5:01:05 PM

Laughing with Elizabeth By Elizabeth Bussey Sowdal, RN



Today’s Nurse: CAREER OPTIONS IN NURSING This Week’s Topic: BREAST HEALTH SPECIALIST:MCKEE BREAST CENTER
Posted: 7/8/2005 at 5:03:56 PM

Lee Ann White, RN, BSN, was employed at McKee Medical Center for 18 years in critical care and nurse management prior to being hired as a Breast Health Specialist at the McKee Breast Center in Loveland, CO, six months prior to its recent opening. Photo by Barbara Scarpella Reed



Nurse Talk
Posted: 7/8/2005 at 5:12:44 PM

Each week we visit with health care professionals throughout the Denver area. If you would like us to visit your facility, please email Crystal White@ www.denvernursingstar.com



Kaiser Permanente develops new program for expectant moms
Posted: 7/8/2005 at 5:08:08 PM

Joan Monroe, RN, NP in the department of obstetrics and gynecology with Kaiser Permanente takes Heidi Ben of Lakewood aside to listen to her baby's heart rate during a recent group meeting. Photo by Jason P. Smith.



9Health Fair director has diverse background
Posted: 7/8/2005 at 5:06:21 PM

Cindy Belz 9Health Fair director of medical services



MinuteClinic expands to Colorado by year’s end
Posted: 7/8/2005 at 5:01:53 PM

In a world that’s dominated by speed and convenience, it’s no wonder one-stop shopping has expanded to the medical field. Already operating in Maryland and Minnesota, MinuteClinic aims to become a national health care provider. The Denver metro area is a strong candidate for the clinic’s expansion, with at least four to 15 locations planned along the Front Range by the end of 2005, said Linda Hall Whitman, Ph.D, MinuteClinic founder and chief operating officer.



Study reveals majority of nurses experience needlesticks
Posted: 7/8/2005 at 5:09:20 PM

Nearly 80 percent of nurses caring for patients with diabetes reported experiencing at least one needlestick injury (NI), according to a new study published in the current edition of Current Medical Research and Opinion.



AACN reports increase in nursing enrollments
Posted: 7/8/2005 at 5:07:02 PM

According to new survey data released today by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), enrollments in entry-level baccalaureate programs in nursing increased by 14.1 percent in fall 2004 over the previous year.



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