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AbstractFeatures this week include: Pharmacy formulary to change in August; MCG Physician heads medical care for games; MCG web wisdom; Pharmacy faculty honored; Tuition-free classes available in new program for full-time employees; Tuition reimbursement program continues; Management orientation initiated by human resources division; Trampolines: unsafe in any setting; Mrs. Farkas retires after 30 years of service; Genetics play role in cancer risks; Camp Rainbow set for next week; Rural hospitals and telemedicine are focus; 'That life-saving touch...'; Head trauma is leading killer of abused children; Black students encouraged to go into dentistry; Brown-bagging doesn't have to be bland; Telephone encounters make impressions-good or bad.
CitationThe Beeper, 1999, Vol. 9, No. 14
AffiliationDivision of Institutional Relations
Series/Report no.1999: Vol. 9
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