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Nurses from Philadelphia-based health information technology company eviti, Inc., are working to create one of the most comprehensive online evidence-based medical oncology libraries. Read more »
Lansdale Hospital receives Healthgrades award for patient service
Lansdale Hospital in Lansdale, Pa., has achieved the Healthgrades Outstanding Patient Experience Award for 2014. Read more »
Widener SON receives grants from Independence Blue Cross Foundation
The School of Nursing at Widener University in Chester, Pa., received two nursing scholarship grants from the Independence Blue Cross Foundation. Read more »
Cedar Crest at Reading graduates nine MSN students in inaugural cohort
Nine students graduated from the Cedar Crest College MSN program at Reading Hospital and Medical Center in West Reading, Pa. Read more »
Delaware, Maryland health systems form partnership
Bayhealth of Dover, Del., and Peninula Regional Health System of Salisbury, Md., have formed an interstate partnership to improve healthcare for residents. Read more »
Low lead levels associated with childhood behavior problems, study finds
University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing researchers have found that exposure to low lead levels is linked to increased behavior problems in children. Read more »
Cedar Crest College names endowed nursing chair
Wendy J. Robb, RN, has been named the new Hazel and Walter May Endowed Chair for Excellence in Nursing at Cedar Crest College in Allentown, Pa. Read more »
Lourdes facilities earn NICHE designation
Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington County and Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden, N.J. each have earned NICHE designations for providing excellent patient care. Read more »
CHOP to develop nonprofit human milk bank
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia plans to open a nonprofit human milk bank at its main campus in 2015. Read more »
Trinity Health honors two Pennsylvania nurses as diversity champions
Thereas Conejo, RN, and Joy Hepkins, RN, from the Mercy Health System in Conshohocken, Pa., have been recognized for their contributions to diversity in their communities. Read more »
Rutgers-Camden receives accreditation for wound ostomy continence program
The Wound Ostomy Continence Nurses Society has granted a seven-year accreditation to the Rutgers School of Nursing at Camden for its wound ostomy continence education program. Read more »


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