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EMR systems generating a new set of problems for nurses

One of the biggest proposed purposes and benefits of the electronic medical record was improved patient care and safety. Gone would be the days of "team reading" of illegible doctor's orders — now prescriber orders would be entered directly into the record, removing...

source: By Joan Spitrey
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Pregnant women have been warned that a type of antibiotic could harm their unborn baby. Researchers from Great Ormond Street Hospital and University College London have linked erythromycin pills with epilepsy and cerebral...

source: Daily Mail

Studies are under way to test the effectiveness of a marijuana extract that has been hailed as a wonder drug by some parents whose children suffer severe forms of epilepsy. But as initial findings from several researchers trickle in, the results are proving mixed.

source: The Wall Street Journal

Fifty-five percent of Alzheimer's patients and their caregivers say their doctors never told them they have the devastating disease, according to a special report of the Alzheimer's Association. Compare that to one of the big four cancers...

source: CNN

Parkinson's disease, which took world fame after being diagnosed in various personalities such as actor Michael J. Fox, the heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali and the painter Salvador Dalí, could be very close to a cure, thanks to...

source: The Medical News

In addition to the wonderful educational offerings at the Annual Meeting, the exhibit hall has a wealth...

source: AANN

There's still time to register for the premier neuroscience nursing educational event! Register on site...

source: AANN


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