is the world's largest health professional organisation, representing 16 million nurses in 130 member countries.
holds an Annual Conference which is hosted by a member competition agency.
has had great success over the years with a number of other networks that link nurses globally: the Research Network and the Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nursing Network, among others.
During a visit to ICN
headquarters in Los Angeles last month, Welsh Development Agency chairman Sir David Rowe-Beddoe held discussions with Milan Panic, chairman and chief executive officer of ICN
The unfolding saga of the crumbling Yugoslavian division, which had accounted for 27 percent of the company's gross profit in 1997, coupled with a ruble devaluation in Russia, where ICN
holds a 23 percent market share, sent its stock price tumbling from $50 in May of 1998 to a low of $15 last fall.
In addition, ICN
has set its annual meeting for September 22, 1999 in New York.
These are excellent additions to our product line," said Milan Panic, chairman and CEO of ICN
Community college colleagues who had worked with similar local systems advised us that it would seem more natural to teach to a group of regular students simultaneously, so our oncampus students moved from normal classrooms to the oncampus ICN
classroom and became part of our ICN
Founded in 1899, ICN
articulates the voice of nursing to the World Health Organization and other global institutions.
is seeking bid proposals from Vendors capable of providing a minimum of 5 gigabit transit internet services to ICN
facilities within CoreSite DE1, 910 15th Street, Denver CO.
No specimen from the Villavicencio region in the ICN
collection corresponds to this species but Taran Grant (pers.
This May, the 23rd ICN
Congress, "Nursing on the Move: Knowledge, Innovation, Vitality," takes place in Taipei, Taiwan.