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AAMI Publication Shines Spotlight on Infusion Systems
ARLINGTON, Va., Oct. 9 -- The Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation issued the following news release:
Infusion system safety, a subject of intense interest for medical device manufacturers, clinicians, regulators, healthcare technology experts, and patient safety advocates, is the focus of the newly released issue of AAMI's award-winning Horizons magazine. The concepts and approaches of articles featured in the fall 2015 issue include the following:
* A roundtable dis . . .
Botswana Needs More Finance Professionals
LONDON, Oct. 9 -- The Association of Accounting Technicians issued the following news release:
As Botswana celebrated its 49th year of independence last week, financial and political leaders spoke of the need to diversify the economy and reduce Botswana's dependence on mining.
President Ian Khama said that while inflation had been kept under control, growth had been less than expected and that this was in part due to downturns elsewhere in the world that have had a negative impact on miner . . .
Center for Health Workforce Study: Strong Job Growth in Health Care in New York State
ALBANY, N.Y., Oct. 9 -- SUNY-University at Albany issued the following news release:
The health care employment sector continues to grow statewide, according to the Center for Health Workforce Studies (CHWS) recent report on New York's workforce, "The Health Care Workforce in New York, 2014: Trends in the Supply and Demand for Health Workers."
Between 2000 and 2013, health care sector employment rose nearly 20 percent while job growth in other employment sectors remained constant.
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Charter Researchers Promoting 'No Excuses' Schools Republish Inflated Claims
BOULDER, Colo., Oct. 9 -- The National Education Policy Center issued the following news release:
In December 2014, the "Department of Education Reform" at the University of Arkansas published a meta-analysis of the effects of so-called No Excuses Charter Schools. The report was subsequently reviewed by Professor Jeanne Powers of Arizona State University, for the National Education Policy Center. Powers raised several serious questions, and she criticized the report for its overstated claims . . .
Congresswoman Kelly Calls Out Congress for Failing to Act on Gun Violence Legislation
WASHINGTON, Oct. 9 -- Rep. Robin Kelly, D-Ill. (2nd CD), issued the following news release:
Congresswoman Robin Kelly (IL-02) today spoke on the House floor to take her Congressional colleagues to task for failing to pass common sense gun legislation in the wake of the Oregon mass shooting and the wave of gun violence that has gripped the nation this year.
Kelly has been a staunch advocate for gun violence prevention since joining Congress in 2013. Last year, she released the 2014 Kelly Re . . .