Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Healthcare News Stories - September 2004

Date Title Comments Rating
2004-09-30 Health reform in Chile is "absolutely necessary" and is based on the principles of equity and solidarity 0 None
2004-09-30 British Medical Association says no place for bullying in medical schools 0 None
2004-09-30 Academic medicine is failing to drive innovation and excellence in clinical practice 0 None
2004-09-30 Skin cancer rates concern Australian health experts 0 None
2004-09-30 Replacement trend to drive growth in saturated surgical gloves market 0 None
2004-09-29 Millions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at increased risk for type 2 diabetes 0 None
2004-09-29 Draft Medicare plan to cover implantable defibrillators 0 None
2004-09-29 IT for patient care varies widely across U.S. physician practices 0 None
2004-09-29 Charles Darwin University is responding to claims that Australians are now among the fattest people on earth 0 None
2004-09-29 Australian Medical Association says Labor’s Medicare Gold policy looks good in theory 0 None
2004-09-29 Last year over 36,000 Americans died from exposure to the flu 0 None
2004-09-29 Scotland's doctors unite in calls for smoke free public places 0 None
2004-09-23 BMA survey reveals concerns of 'second class' hospital doctors 0 None
2004-09-23 Patients as well as doctors need to learn to become better communicators with each other 0 None
2004-09-23 Measure will increase parental awareness and help prevent shaken baby syndrome 0 None
2004-09-23 Researchers say enforceable standards needed for long-term care 0 None
2004-09-23 American Lung Association launches online flu shot locator 0 None
2004-09-22 British Government says GP training places safe 0 None
2004-09-22 New Jersey health program may be in jeopardy, according to a new study 0 None
2004-09-22 Specialty hospitals, one of the fastest growing trends in health care 0 None
2004-09-22 Ontario nurses do not feel respected by hospital management 0 None
2004-09-14 Health Affairs study examines 25 years of children’s health coverage 0 None
2004-09-08 Consumers with health insurance are willing to help cover costs for uninsured people 0 None
2004-09-06 Increasingly the Internet's potential is being harnessed to transform healthcare delivery at the patient level 0 None


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