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Among the dozens of e-mails Media Information Bureaucolumnist Ken Benner dumps each day with nary a glance was one that caught his attention well before hitting the "delete" key.
Governor Kate Brown today announced the appointment of Janine Benner as Director of the Oregon Department of Energy (ODOE), which is responsible for leading Oregon to a safe, clean, and sustainable future, including addressing critical issues like climate change.
While doing research for her master's degree, McClatchy Elementary School teacher Lauren Benner had read extensively about how literature circles have been employed successfully in secondary education.
Author Erica Benner has written other books on Machiavelli.
Among Machiavelli specialists, Benner is squarely in the good-guy camp.
Japan-based Astellas has added Dr Steven Benner and Dr Anne Keating to its oncology clinical development leadership team at its Northbrook, Illinois site in the United States, it was reported yesterday.
Patricia Benner discussed how even 30 years ago, long-term and ongoing career development was important in nursing due to the complexity and responsibility of nursing practice (Benner, 1982).
Four Directions Wellness founder, Mara Benner, invites the local community to attend and learn of its health and wellness offerings.
In her recent book, Educating Nurses, A Call for Radical Transformation, Patricia Benner endorses the same idea while revisiting some of the themes of her previous works, namely The Primacy of Caring (Benner, Sutphen, Leonard, & Day, 2010; Benner & Wrubel, 1989).
The triad describes the relationship and Benner informs the process.
While Benner, Tanner, and Chesla (2009) identified how one moves toward expertise in clinical practice, simulation practice is more diverse.
At NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, Lance Benner and his colleagues disclosed the size of the Asteroid HQ124 which is at least 1,200 feet wide with a figure bearing a resemblance to a bowling pin or chicken drumstick.