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Nursing (INACTIVE)

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  • Marian J. Wallace, businesswoman

    Marian J. Wallace, businesswoman
    Marian J. Wallace, a retired businesswoman and former registered nurse, died Friday of Parkinson's disease at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson. She was 92. Marian Jones was born and raised near Hurlock and graduated from a Dorchester County...
  • Massive Annapolis proposal spurs neighborhood battle

    Massive Annapolis proposal spurs neighborhood battle
    To its developers, Crystal Spring Annapolis represents a new wave of retirement living: Senior apartments and nursing home rooms nestled in the woods. A cluster of specialty shops a short walk or golf cart ride away. An inn and village green attracting...
  • Baltimore County joins fight against financial exploitation of older Americans

    Baltimore County joins fight against financial exploitation of older Americans
    Recently, there’s been a lot of focus on the financial exploitation of older adults. The FTC last month held a one-day workshop on senior identity theft, which highlighted some of the types of ID theft that older adults encounter. Yesterday, the...
  • For better health at lower cost, fix Maryland's Medicare waiver

    We live in a time of great change in terms of our medical care: how we access it, how it is coordinated, and who pays for it. The change we face in health care is kind of like going back to the future; like the house calls of old, more health and long-...
  • Jacqueline Spare, nurse

    Jacqueline Spare, nurse
    Jacqueline Ann Spare, a registered nurse who worked for many years at Bon Secours Hospital, died of bone cancer May 28 at the Joseph Richey Hospice. The Columbia resident was 65. Born Jacqueline Ann Sullivan in Abington, Pa., she was the daughter of...
  • At 30, Charlestown Retirement Community comes of age

    At 30, Charlestown Retirement Community comes of age
    Engelina van Opstal remembers having a problem with the air conditioning in her apartment at Charlestown Retirement Community and calling for someone to come repair it. "John came," van Opstal recalled Thursday, "and he got it working." That would...
  • CareFirst commits $125,000 in HCC scholarships

    CareFirst commits $125,000 in HCC scholarships
    The region’s largest health insurer, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, has committed $125,000 to Howard Community College for 50 scholarships over the next five years. The announcement came Friday, May 3, as CareFirst administrators and local...
  • Cornhusk doll-making tradition lives on at historic Harford mill

    Cornhusk doll-making tradition lives on at historic Harford mill
    A volunteer at a historic Harford County mill that once ground corn into meal is teaching today's visitors an old-fashioned craft of making dolls from cornhusks. Many years ago, stone-ground corn meal was an integral part of a family's sustenance, and...
  • 5 questions … for Tracy Balazs, president and CEO of Federal Staffing Resources LLC

    5 questions … for Tracy Balazs, president and CEO of Federal Staffing Resources LLC
    Tracy Balazs, the president and CEO of an Annapolis-based staffing firm, was named Entrepreneurial Success of the Year last month by the Baltimore district office of the U.S. Small Business Administration. She founded the company, Federal Staffing...
  • State's health workers deserve protection from violence

    Workplace violence is a serious occupational hazard in hospitals and other health care facilities, a fact that has escaped an unsuspecting public. Nationally, nursing assistants employed by nursing homes have the highest incidence of workplace assault...
  • CareFirst invests $1 million to train nurses

    CareFirst invests  $1 million to train nurses
    CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield is investing another $1 million in a program it launched six years ago to help train the next generation of nurse educators. The program gives nurses a stipend of up to $80,000 to pursue a master's or doctorate degree....
  • Coppin State again targeted for transformation

    Coppin State again targeted for transformation
    When Tasha Wilkie helped out in the math department as an undergrad at Coppin State University, she dealt with some students who came in without basic skills. They didn't know their multiplication tables or how to work with fractions. "We have...