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Month: March 2013

Law Schools Start Firms to Employ Graduates

The New York Times reports that law schools in the U.S., already smarting from the collapse of the market for lawyers, are establishing law firms so they can hire their graduates and give them something to do. Regarding such a...

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The “Second Victims” in Nursing

Tears rolled down my face as I came across an article written 2 years ago. A veteran pediatric nurse took her own life several months after administering a fatal overdose of an electrolyte to an infant. After investigations and...

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AAOS 2013: Assessing the Long-Term Benefits of THA

The Particulars: Data are lacking on the long-term benefits and risks of total hip arthroplasty (THA) on overall health and healthcare spending in osteoarthritic patients. Data Breakdown: For a study, researchers compared 7-year...

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FDA Approves Dotarem, a New MRI Agent

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Dotarem (gadoterate meglumine) for use in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain, spine and associated tissues of patients ages 2 years and older. Dotarem is a...

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Physician Turnover Rate Hits New High

Following suit with stock prices and home sales, physician turnover rate is rising, reaching the highest rate since 2005 and exceeding pre-recession levels. According to the 8th annual Physician Retention survey from Cejka...

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