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Universities, towns and cities step up Ebola protections
Oct 20, 2014 • CT PostThe decision was made to protect students, said Meredith Wallace Kazer, dean of the Fairfield University School of Nursing. "(The emergency department) is where patients enter the health care system," Kazer said. Until at-risk patients are identified ... More
Connecticut student who traveled to Liberia tests negative for Ebola after ...
Oct 16, 2014 • West Hartford NewsNEW HAVEN >> A graduate student at Yale School of Public Health has tested negative for Ebola after being hospitalized with symptoms of the deadly virus Wednesday night at Yale-New Haven Hospital, but the sample is also to be tested by the CDC as a ... More
Yale grad student who traveled to Liberia tests negative for Ebola after ...
Oct 16, 2014 • New Haven RegisterDr. Thomas Balcezak, Chief Medical Officer for Yale-New Haven Hospital, answers questions during a press conference at the Yale School of Medicine concerning a patient who had visited Liberia showing a possible symptom of the Ebola virus on ... More
Fairfield County Newsmakers, 10.20.2014
Oct 18, 2014 • Westfair OnlineSchmotter is president of Western Connecticut State University. ... Lynda B. Munro, a retired judge for the Connecticut Superior Court with 20 years of service, recently joined Stamford-based Pullman & Comley LLC's Bridgeport office. ... Wendy Ceccucci ... More
Letter: Rowe is a committed family man
Oct 16, 2014 • Monroe CourierI am writing to encourage my friends and neighbors to vote for Probate Judge T.R. Rowe on Nov. 4. Judge Rowe is a tireless public servant, an experienced attorney and most importantly, a committed family man. First elected to the Connecticut House of ... More
Yale grad student who traveled to Liberia hospitalized with Ebola-like ...
Oct 16, 2014 • Shoreline TimesNEW HAVEN >> A graduate student at Yale University School of Public Health is being treated in isolation Thursday at Yale-New Haven Hospital for evaluation of possible Ebola-like symptoms after returning from Liberia. For updates visit newhavenregister. More
New lethality assessment connects victims to domestic abuse hotline
Oct 10, 2014 • Easton CourierThe program is being used by hundreds of jurisdictions in 32 states, and 33 municipal police departments in Connecticut are using it. The assessment is based upon research conducted by Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing over the past 25 years. More
Local nonprofit to host conference on youth violence
Oct 7, 2014 • Thehour.comThe CT Stomp the Violence Conference is expected to be the largest forum that SAVE has hosted in its eight year existence, according to Ewell. Dancy said local faith-based and community groups from Bridgeport and Stamford were invited to attend the ... More
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