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Health informatics print that page

professional organization for informatics in Germany. [ 4 ] The prehistory, history, and future of medical information and health information technology are discussed in reference. [ 5 ] Specialized university departments and Informatics training programs began during the 1960s in France

wikipedia.org | 2011/8/28 18:19:58

University of Auckland, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences print that page

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medicine programme. The University offers 200 places per year in this six year programme to New Zealand and Australian residents, 20 of which are reserved for rural entry students and a similar number for Maori and Pacific Islanders. These students pay fees in the order of NZ$12,000 per annum

Medical tourism print that page

treatments, convalescent care and even burial services are available. Over 50 countries have identified medical tourism as a national industry. [ 3 ] However, accreditation and other measures of quality vary widely across the globe, and some destinations may become hazardous or even dangerous

wikipedia.org | 2011/9/16 12:43:55

Emergency Medical Retrieval Service print that page

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The Emergency Medical Retrieval Service (EMRS) , is an airborne medical initiative operating in the West of Scotland . It provides patients in remote and rural areas with rapid access to the skills of a consultant in emergency or intensive care medicine as well as facilitating transfers to

Emergency medical services in New Zealand print that page

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staff being largely volunteer-based. St. John Ambulance reports a total of 2,211 paid staff in New Zealand , supplemented by 7,647 volunteers. [ 3 ] By contrast, Wellington Free Ambulance currently staffs 82 paid paramedics and 57 volunteers. Wairarapa DHB employs 21 paid staff and 21 Auxiliary

John Stoke (physician) print that page

school. He passed with distinction in history, Latin, and maths. In 1946, John was accepted for medical training at St Bartholomew's Hospital in the heart of London. He travelled each day by train from the family home - and recalls walking from the London station to the College past heaps

wikipedia.org | 2011/5/26 17:06:30

Monthly Index of Medical Specialities print that page

MIMS also serves as a medical advertising medium and has been published in various forms since the 1960s by unrelated organisations in China [ 3 ] , Europe, Hong Kong [ 4 ] , India [ 5 ] , the Middle East, Ireland, [ 6 ] Australia and New Zealand . [ edit ] Transnational consolidation

wikipedia.org | 2011/7/18 18:14:47

List of former pupils of Hamilton Academy print that page

[ 6 ] Professor William Anderson , professor of philosophy, Auckland University College , New Zealand , 1921–55; President of the Australian Association of Psychology and Philosophy; brother of Professor John Anderson, another notable alumnus of Hamilton Academy. [ 7 ] [ 8 ] James Craig

wikipedia.org | 2011/9/8 17:23:35

Painted apple moth in New Zealand print that page

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The Painted Apple Moth ( Teia anartoides ) is an invasive species that was eradicated from New Zealand . The moth is a native to Australia but in May 1999 it was found in Glendene , Auckland. A controversial spray programme was carried out to eradicate the moth. [ 1 ] [ edit ] See also

Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Journal print that page

The Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Journal is an independent, specialist, peer-reviewed legal journal which addresses sports law issues of interest to Australian and New Zealand sports law practitioners. [ 1 ] It was first published by the Australian and New Zealand Sports Law

wikipedia.org | 2011/5/16 11:12:09