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Finding Ways to Keep Patients at Home

My patient dutifully completed an advanced directive, but that piece of paper didn’t help her to live out her final months with the comfort and dignity that she deserved.

'Fed Up' Asks, Are All Calories Equal?

16 year-old scientist and humanitarian Jack Andraka has already changed the world. At 15, he won the Intel ISEF Gorden E. Moore award, the $75,000 top prize, for his invention of an early stage Pancreatic Cancer diagnostic test. Being referred to "the 15 year-old who changed the course of medicine" was not enough for Jack. He wants to help mor...

Innovations in technology are driving major shifts in how #nurses deliver care and manage their practices. http://www.discovernursing.com/nursing-notes/2014-feb-embracing-technology-help-strengthen-nursing-profession#.U1VsIvldUuc

As the Patient Access Network (PAN) Foundation begins its second decade of providing help and hope to patients with chronic and life-threatening illnesses, a new landscape is emerging. New treatments, new diagnostics, and a newly insured population present opportunities and challenges for accessing health care and achieving and maintaining good health.

'Understanding Criminal Tactics is Critical to Tackling Cyber Crime' by Professor Awais Rashid (Security Lancaster)