ISPP 2015

Career Opportunities in Pharmacy

Mental Health Awareness for International Students

Did you know that almost half of all young adults have had some type of mental health disorder in their lives? And while mental health problems can affect people of

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How Emotionally Healthy Are You?

One of assessing how emotionally damaged we might be is to identify a range of markers of emotional health and imagine how we fare in relation to them. At least

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Hospital or The Hospital / Articles #5

Hello my friends, here we are with the 5th video in my series of articles. So, there are 10 videos in total so just a few more to go and

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The Kids Are Not All Right: College Mental Health Needs an Intervention

There’s no legal requirement for schools to provide health or mental health services to their students. Colleges do it because it’s the right thing to do and because it’s prudent.

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How Technology Is Helping (and Hurting) Health Care

Great, so I’m here with Dr. Tejal Gandhi. We just finished a great WIHI, The Digital Transformation: How Technology is Helping and Hurting Healthcare with you and both Bob Wachter

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Public Health – Concepts of Health and Its Determinants: By Natalie Lovesey M.D.

What is “health”? A useful definition comes from the World Health Organization: “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease

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East Tennessee student flown to hospital for vaping-related medical emergency

NEW AT ELEVEN. AN EAST TENNESSEE STUDENT IS IN THE HOSPITAL TONIGHT AFTER A VAPING RELATED ILLNESS. MONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS — NEAR MARYVILLE SAYS A SEQUOYAH HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WAS

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SF Nursing Trach Care Part 1 Suction

– Hello, welcome to Santa Fe College nursing labs. Today I’m gonna be demonstrating tracheostomy care. There are gonna be two parts to this video. Part one is gonna include

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Inside California Education: Hospital School

♪♪ Narr: Meet some of the young patients at the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford. Some are battling critical conditions, like organ failure or cancer. But for four hours a

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