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U.S. service member among personnel killed in Syria: officials

One of the personnel killed with an improvised explosive device in Syria on Thursday was a U.S. service member, two U.S. officials told Reuters. On Friday, the coalition fighting Islamic State said in a statement that two personnel from the coalition had been killed, without giving the nationalities. Two U.S. officials, speaking on the condition of anonymity and citing initial information, said ...

DOTATION en PERSONNEL INFIRMIER : Un ratio patient / infirmier(e) si sensible

En 2014, de nouveaux règlements sur la dotation en personnel infirmier aux soins intensifs ont entraîné de modestes augmentations de personnel, mais aucune réduction des taux de mortalité ou de complications chez les patients. Ce bilan d’une équipe du Beth Israel Deaconess (Boston), proposé dans la revue Critical Care Medicine, loin de contester la sécurité […]

Pulse First Responders Raise Awareness Of PTSD In Emergency Personnel

One of the difficulties when tackling the issue is that PTSD in first responders can be cumulative over a career of triggering incidents, rather than from one large event. Right now, legislation exists to try to help the personnel, but it has its limitations.

50 years of protecting laboratory personnel

Erlab reaches a milestone this year, celebrating 50 years of inventing, engineering and manufacturing chemical filtration products to protect laboratory personnel from breathing harmful chemicals

Zambia withdraws military personnel deployed to fight cholera

LUSAKA (Reuters) - Zambia has withdrawn military personnel deployed in December to help clean up the capital and other cities at the height of a cholera outbreak that has killed more than 80 people in seven months, the government said on Wednesday. ...

Biosimilars At US FDA: Personnel Spending Losing Influence Over Program

Percentage of personnel spending as a proportion of biosimilar review costs dropped more than 17% over three-year period as equipment...   

One in five diabetics disciplined for taking time off – Personnel Today

Personnel TodayOne in five diabetics disciplined for taking time offPersonnel TodayMore needs to be done to educate employers about their responsibilities to diabetic workers, it has been claimed, as it emerged that one in five people with diabetes have faced disciplinary action for missing work. According to glucose monitoring ...and more

TNIDMA to organise scientific seminars to upskill industry personnel of pharma SMEs attending Pharmac South

With a view to inspire and upskill the industry personnel of the pharma companies in the MSME sector, the Tamil Nadu state board of the Indian Drugs Manufacturers' Association will conduct four scientific and

Pectoralis Major Tears Described in Deployed Military Personnel

FRIDAY, March 30, 2018 -- Deployed military personnel may be at high risk for pectoralis major tears, according to a study published online in the Journal of Orthopedics & Rheumatology. Dane Salazar, M.D., from the Saint Louis University School...

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U.S. military personnel at greater risk for skin cancer than general population

When one considers the risks of military service, skin cancer may not be top of mind. According to research published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, however, U.S. military personnel are more likely to develop skin cancer than the general population.

New study examines wartime experiences and PTSD among female Air Force personnel

(Mary Ann Liebert, Inc./Genetic Engineering News) A study of deployed and non-deployed active duty, female Air Force personnel found that both rates of exposure to wartime experiences and reports of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) increased between 2008 and 2013.

Researchers explore wartime experiences and PTSD symptoms among female Air Force personnel

A study of deployed and non-deployed active duty, female Air Force personnel found that both rates of exposure to wartime experiences and reports of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) increased between 2008 and 2013. Rates of post-deployment PTSD were highest among women who reported wartime experiences during deployment.

American, British soldiers killed in Syria: Pentagon

Two members of the US-led anti-jihadist coalition -- an American and a Briton -- were killed by an improvised explosive device in the northern Syrian city of Manbij, US and British officials said Friday. Five other coalition service personnel were wounded, the Pentagon said. "Two coalition personnel were killed and five were wounded by an improvised explosive device in Syria" at around midnight ...

MAC Launches New Clinical Research Jobs Portal

Clinical Research Jobs:  MAC Clinical Research Launches its new personnel recruitment portal for Clinical Research Jobs.Welcome to Clinical Research Jobs, the personnel recruitment portal for MAC Clinical Research. MAC is the UK's largest clinical trials site management organisation committed to the recruitment and conduct of clinical trials through its own dedicated research sites.https://w...

Opioid Diversion by Healthcare Personnel: Expect the Unexpected

Monitoring and education are key factors in reducing risk.

Serially measured pre-diagnostic levels of serum cytokines and risk of brain cancer in active component military personnel

The Night Dallas Seemed More Like Afghanistan

On the front lines of the response to another mass shooting, emergency personnel likened the hospital environment to a war zone.

In Measles Outbreak, EDs Bolster Screening Procedures

Frontline health care personnel need to spot it quickly to prevent potential transmissions to unvaccinated and immunocompromised patients.

Physicians’ Failure to Diagnose Cardiac Condition Not Hospital Negligence

This case illustrates the importance of providing adequate training for nonmedical personnel in healthcare facilities.

TSO3 Reports First Quarter 2018 Results

Operational Highlights The Company successfully hired, trained and deployed a team of talented and experienced sales, marketing, clinical and support personnel, as well as launched Read more...

What the news left out about K2

Recently, more than 70 people overdosed on K2 in the New Haven Green, a public park near Yale — in one day. In the chaos, multiple municipal staff and emergency services personnel ran frantically to help countless individuals who may or may not have wanted help. The day after, I biked by and saw two […]

Castlight Health digital health report raises question: Which employer wellness tools resonate?

The study surveyed more than 300 “benefits leaders” and 1,000 employees from large companies with more than 1,000 personnel.

Hospital Ice Machines Contaminated With Bacteria

Requiring staff to cleanse their hands with alcohol hand gel prior to using an ice machine and directing housekeeping personnel to perform more frequent machine cleaning may improve situation.

The Exchange encourages military, support personnel to ‘BE FIT’

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CDC Drafts New Pertussis Guidelines

The CDC has drafted new pertussis guidance for healthcare workers as part of an ongoing update of its Guideline for Infection Control in Healthcare Personnel.

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