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Executive Health Management

Volume 15, Issue 3/2013

2013 19 Sep

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Education and Training in Intensive Care European Perspective

2013 15 Aug

Education and training have increased its importance the last decades. Twelve years ago European Society of Intensive Care (ESICM) published a paper concerning training in intensive care (Int Care Med 1996) and the society efforts to improve training within intensive care have expanded considerably since that time. Intensive care is an established... Read more

Executive Health Management

Corruption Influences Migration of Skilled Workers

2013 20 May

Countries that have higher levels of corruption struggle to attract and retain skilled workers report the authors of a new study published in EMBO reports. Qualified workers are in demand in many countries around the world. They are internationally mobile and have the flexibility to take on new challenges. However, if the exodus of skilled workers... Read more

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Canadian Nurses Will Soon Need University Degree

2013 09 Apr

Only 45 per cent of Quebec nurses are expected to have bachelor's degrees by 2019. In Ontario, that figure stands at 70 percent. (Image Credit: Marie-France Coallier, The Monreal Gazette) Requiring new nurses to have a bachelor’s degree as of 2014 could aggravate understaffing in the already overburdened health-care system, the Quebec nurses’... Read more