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Colorado Society Of Anesthesiologists Disagrees With NPATCH’s Support To Allow Nurses To Administer Anesthesia Without The Supervision Of A Physician

Allergan Resolves United States Government Investigation Of Past Sales And Marketing Practices Relating To Certain Therapeutic Uses Of BOTOX(R)

Patients Are Injured Due To Missed Or Delayed Diagnosis Analysis Shows

MDU Issues Top Tips For Responding To Complaints, UK

Doctors’ Religious Faith Influences End Of Life Care

German HIV Pop Star Gets Two Year Suspended Sentence For Having Unprotected Sex

Today’s Opinions: Ryan’s Roadmap; Beware Rising Cost Of Workers Comp

Ky. Lawyer Faces Contempt Charges For Withholding Name Of Minor Seeking Abortion

Ob-Gyns Issue Guidance To Prevent Surgical Errors

MDU On-Call For Consultant Members, UK

Research Roundup: Lowering Malpractice Costs; Advance Care Planning Limitations; Consumers Review Their Own Health Care

Kan. Board Issues Public Censure To Former State Official For Role In Tiller Investigation

Hospitals Grapple With Increasing ER Visits; LA Officials Order Changes To Boost Patient Safety; Mass. Nurse Fired After Reporting Problem

What Do We Call Nurses With Doctorates? And Other Quality Issues

Just Half Of Acute Hospital Trusts In England Have Chaperone Policy

A Superior Solution For Medical Malpractice Insurance Coverage For Facial Plastic And Reconstructive Surgeons

Activists Sue For Documents Detailing Downfall Of St. Vincent’s Hospital

U-M’s Efforts To Encourage Disclosure Of Medical Errors Decreased Claims

News From The Annals Of Internal Medicine: August 17, 2010

U-M’s Efforts To Encourage Full Disclosure Of Medical Errors Decreased Claims And Costs, Study Says

Colorado Medical Clinic Welcomes Opportunity To Fight FDA In Court

HIV Positive German Pop Star Who Had Unprotected Sex With Three Men And Infected One, Apologizes

Two Challenged La. Antiabortion Laws Expected To Take Effect Sunday

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