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Hard Work and Innovation Lead to Successful Career for Memorial RN
Posted: 6/30/2003 at 1:37:54 PM

Marsha Hughes, clinical associate director of surgery/obstetrics surgery at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs, came to Colorado on a whim with her husband to take a job in Pueblo several years ago and has been here ever since. Photo by Jason P. Smith

Nurses Sound Off on National Survey
Posted: 6/30/2003 at 2:16:19 PM

What’s important to nurses from their employers? A recent online survey by Nursing Spectrum magazine reinforces that nurses are looking for better schedules and a feeling that they are valued in the workplace. by Mike Lee

Many Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors Don’t Return to Routine Lives
Posted: 6/30/2003 at 2:18:50 PM

Painting: Reproduction by Karen Orton - TBI Survivor

Posted: 6/30/2003 at 2:21:39 PM

Miss America. The epitome of perfection, idealism, grace, and beauty. Every man’s dream of the perfect girl. Miss America 1958 seemed like no exception. Yet, in 1991 that Miss America changed the course of history. Marilyn Van Derber went public about being an incest survivor at the hands of her Denver millionaire father. The public was shocked. A topic like incest was only thought of as taking place in “other” families … certainly not wealthy, influential, public figure families like the Van Derber’s. Yet, the truth about childhood sexual abuse is that it crosses all ethnic backgrounds, socioeconomic lines, and cultures. Why did Miss America go public? Why would she take the chance of displaying her “shame” in the media? Why would she risk “tainting” the image of Miss America? by Mary Jo Fay

UCHSC uses new computer-simulated method for training nurses, physicians
Posted: 6/30/2003 at 2:30:37 PM

UCHSC uses computer simulations for training of ICU and cath lab nurses and physicians. This is one of only a few such simulation programs in the country. Photo by Jason P. Smith

Nursefinders Appoints Staffing Industry Veteran to CEO Post
Posted: 6/30/2003 at 2:23:17 PM

Nursefinders Inc., one of the nation's largest health care staffing companies, has appointed Robert E. Livonius as chief executive officer, announced Michael Sinclair, Nursefinders' chairman of the board.

Exempla Lutheran Hospice and transitions patient Care Volunteers Awarded for Outstanding Service
Posted: 6/30/2003 at 2:24:03 PM

Exempla Lutheran Hospice and Transition patient Care Volunteers were recently presented with the "We Count on You" award by the Denver Metro chapter of DOVIA (directors of Volunteers in Agencies) for their "tremendous dedication and commitment" to Hospice and Transitions patients and families.

Memorial Hospital Completes NICU Expansion
Posted: 6/30/2003 at 2:25:16 PM

Karen Sawyer, clinical manager of the NICU at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs, stands in one of the newly opened rooms of the NICU.

Coloradans Warned to Take Precautions Around Colorado's Potentially Deadly Bodies of Water
Posted: 6/30/2003 at 2:29:26 PM

State health officials Tuesday warned Colorado residents and tourists to be extra careful around open bodies of water this summer as they water ski, canoe, kayak, swim or wade.

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