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Nurses in demand in rural areas

Location plays a role in nursing shortages.

Rural areas are not as fortunate in finding new hires as the more urban areas.

“The state has a maldistribution,” of nurses, said Jan Kamphuis, Medcenter One chief nursing officer.

Cities like Bismarck tend to be well staffed, while rural towns are lacking help. The national economy is magnifying this disparity as some facilities in metropolitan areas across the country are cutting jobs or instituting a hiring freeze.

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Fargo group wants say in hospital merger talks

FARGO, N.D. - A group of civic and business leaders is urging North Dakota’s MeritCare Health System to give more details a possible merger with South Dakota’s Sanford Health.

Citizens for MeritCare, led by former Fargo Mayor Bruce Furness and former North Dakota first lady Jane Sinner, said it’s worried about reports that a letter of intent between the two groups would be signed in the next two weeks.

“We feel that should not be executed before some other things are done,” Furness said Friday.

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Great Plains Women’s Health Center plans

WILLISTON The Great Plains Women’s Health Center in Williston will hold a groundbreaking ceremony June 30, and the process of building a new clinic will begin.

The new clinic, which will be about 9,500 square feet, will offer 15 exam rooms. Great Plains Women’s Health Center offers obstetrical and gynecological care for women in all stages of life.

“The big change is that we’ll be increasing the number of exam rooms from five to 15, which will improve patient flow and hopefully patient satisfaction as well,” said Leland Tong, business manager for the Great Plains Women’s Health Center.

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Grand Forks nursing conference

National nursing experts will be in Grand Forks May 18-20 to take part in the Midwest Nurse Educator’s Academy. The event is being held at the Alerus Center.

The conference, which brings together nurse educators from across the nation, aims to help educators develop faculty skills and provide education on the technology that is changing the face of nursing education — clinical simulation.

Clinical simulation is quickly becoming a key educational tool in nursing programs across the country. Health care has progressed to the point where prevention of disease and serious illness is the focus. Very few patients stay in hospitals for an extended period of time and, as a result, the clinical experiences available to nursing students present few opportunities for care.

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Addressing health care worker shortages

South Dakota is one of a growing number of states to introduce programs that address health care worker shortages that are straining providers and threatening patient care.

A study released last year by the Washington, D.C.-based Association of Schools of Public Health found that the U.S. will need more than 250,000 additional public health workers by 2020. An estimated 56 million Americans lack adequate access to primary care due to physician shortages in their communities, according to a report released last fall by the Bethesda, MD-based National Association of Community Health Centers.

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Antiviral-Resistant Influenza Strain Identified in North Dakota

The North Dakota Department of Health has identified the strain of influenza which is resistant to a common treatment…
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Public Will Have the Chance To Vote for the Winner of This Year’s Radon Poster Contest

The North Dakota Department of Health is asking North Dakota residents to help choose the winner of the 2009 Radon Poster Contest…
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Healthy North Dakota Links to Fruits & Veggies—More Matters Video Center Website

Consumers now have access to a new video resource with information about how to choose, store and cook different fruits and vegetables…
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Governor Hoeven Proclaims Birth Defects Prevention Month in North Dakota

State Health Department Encourages Women To “Get Fit for Pregnancy”
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Salmonella Cases in North Dakota Linked to National Outbreak

Ten cases of Salmonella Typhimurium associated with a national outbreak are being investigated in North Dakota…
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