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This month, Provider asks leaders in health care policy to address health care reform and the value of grassroots lobbying efforts. Following are interviews with national congressional leaders, administration officials, and ACHA and other industry leadership on these issues.
The following exclusive interviews with top congressional health care leaders were conducted by Washington-based reporter Marybeth Burke. In the interviews, Burke found that congressional health care leaders are optimistic yet cautious that comprehensive health care reform legislation will pass in 1993 under President Clinton. Some members of Congress… (More)
What do home care aides want even more than a raise? Consistent, full-time work hours. That's what one agency found out in its attempt to decrease employee turnover. There are other steps agencies can take, too, to keep their aides coming back.
A postal survey of pharmacists in a random sample of community pharmacies in Great Britain was carried out to ascertain the factors which influenced their decisions when recommending a product for Over The Counter (OTC) sale. Six categories of condition which regularly present in community pharmacies were selected and the pharmacists were asked to state… (More)
The paper examined resource management in vocational and technical education for national development in Nigeria. It explores amongst others: Human resource planning in vocational and technical education; human resource planning; design, development and revision of human resource programme. The essential steps of human resource planning were explained… (More)