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February 2012 Articles

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Columbia Business Showcase Luncheon on March 13

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RED INK BEHAVIOR … THE CURSE OF THE WORKPLACE   Click the link above to register online now! Based on a chapter of the best-selling book, Zapping Conflict in the Health Care Workplace (multiple re-orders from the Nurse Book Society), attendees will learn why there is a higher level of conflict in today’s health care workplace, what …

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On the Horizon: The Women’s Network Newsletter Goes Electronic

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By Julie McDermott Recently, the Women’s Network Marketing and Communications committee refreshed the newsletter.  We hope you have enjoyed the newsletter’s new look and feel. Later this year, the newsletter will only be available through the Women’s Network website or by email. Generally, when a publication makes the switch to an electronic-only version, at least …

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Ask For Help When You Need It

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As I am writing this, I am facing the challenges of a new family member, a new home, a new town, and multiple other changes on the horizon.  When the stress rises, and I feel like I can’t accomplish it all, a member of my support system saves the day.  That’s when I’m reminded how …

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Going Gluten-Free

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Have you noticed that more food products have been touting that they are gluten-free? Many people don’t know what gluten is, or why food manufacturers are selling gluten-free versions of their products, but it is because more and more people are being diagnosed with celiac disease, a gastrointestinal autoimmune disorder. If you have heard of …

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Email Overload

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Remember the days before electronic mail? Unless you are among the most organized of us, you probably had piles of it. You may have had a stack of bills and other items that needed to be addressed in a timely manner, and a pile of things you would get to later. Eventually, the “I’ll get …

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