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    August 2014 President's Message

    Dear Friends, In this, my final President’s Message, I would like... more

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    Going to He Huliau conference September 18 to 20 Health Disparities of Hawiian and other Pacific Island people

    I'm going to attend and wanted to meet interested people. https://www.uhbooks.hawaii.edu/conference/hhc2014.asp... more

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    Job opening at for APRN at Caldwell College

    Caldwell University invites applications for a one-year grant funded... more

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Majority of Depressed Cancer Patients Not Getting Treated - Medscape


Medscape

Majority of Depressed Cancer Patients Not Getting Treated
Medscape
Published online August 28, 2014) trials, which showed that a strategy of using specially trained nurses, primary care doctors, and psychiatrists can greatly improve outcomes for depressed patients with cancer, compared with usual care. This approach ...
Depression therapy aids other cancer symptomsNHS Choices
New treatment of depression in cancer patients has had promising resultsIrish Examiner
Study: Depression among cancer patients 'overlooked'ITV News

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Feds: Parkland safety failure led to broken bones in older patient - Dallas Morning News


Dallas Morning News

Feds: Parkland safety failure led to broken bones in older patient
Dallas Morning News
For the third time since Parkland Memorial Hospital promised the federal government it had reformed its psychiatric services, federal authorities say staffers have endangered or harmed a patient. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services said ...

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BSN Essentials

Members of the Education Council will be working over the next several years to develop resources to help faculty ensure that BSN students receive the knowledge & skills to promote, assess, and respond to mental health needs, regardless of setting.

July/August JAPNA now online!

A new issue of the Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association is available online: July/August; Vol. 20, No. 4

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