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The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International Names Dr. Betty Ferrell Recipient of Prestigious Episteme Award

Premier nurse researcher award funded by The Baxter International Foundation recognizes recipient’s influential work in end-of-life care
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INDIANAPOLIS and DEERFIELD, Ill., August 8, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) today named Betty Ferrell, MA, PhD, RN FAAN, FPCN, the 2013 recipient of the STTI Episteme Award supported by The Baxter International Foundation. Ferrell is a professor and research scientist at City of Hope National Medical Center in Los Angeles and a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing. An oncology nurse, she has spent her entire career defining the standard for end-of-life care.

Students at Five Boston Area YMCAs Receive New Books Funded by Lahey Health EducationAd Advertising through CBS EcoMedia

Lahey Health employee volunteers serve students healthy breakfast at Peabody’s Torigian Family YMCA before participating in reading party and book distribution
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Peabody, MA, August 6, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Students attending programs at the Peabody Torigian Family YMCA, Salem YMCA, Burbank YMCA in Reading and Haverhill YMCA are exercising both mind and body, and engaging critical reading skills this summer thanks to Lahey Health’s EducationAd advertising purchased through CBS EcoMedia.  The Cape Ann YMCA Veterans afterschool program will also receive books for their students.

Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold awards grants to Eastern Arizona Communities

Freeport-McMoRan’s Community Investment Fund distributed $488,200 in Graham County, Arizona.
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September 17, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The Graham County Community Investment Fund was established in 2009 by Freeport-McMoRan to focus on programs and projects that create a sustainable community benefit. Funding decisions were made by a committee comprised of local leaders and two company representatives.

Tulane University to Present Key Conflict Minerals Findings at Global Conflict Minerals Symposium

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Tulane University to present Conflict Minerals Burden Survey at Global Conflict Minerals Symposium.  This survey acts as a follow up to the October 2011 study, which analyzed the economic impact of Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The latest study will now look at the realized impact affected companies are experiencing from conflict minerals legislation. 

Katie Taylor Helps Launch Aramark Ireland’s Right Track Survey into Healthy Eating Habits

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Aramark Ireland health and wellness ambassador Katie Taylor was on hand to help launch the company’s Right Track Survey into Irish eating habits among its customer base across Ireland.

Taylor is working with Aramark to promote its commitment to health and wellness issues under its 'Right Track' programme. 

The business’s food services division currently serves over 250,000 meals every day and the company spends €50m with Irish suppliers.

PwC to Speak at the Global Conflict Minerals Symposium

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PwC to speak at Global Conflict Minerals Symposium in Los Angeles, Californa August 21-22, 2013.  Authors of the recent conflict minerals survey titled "How Companies are Preparing" will present key findings such as the level of understanding of the conflict minerals rule, as well as their progress towards compliance.

China Medical Association Tuberculosis Society Honors Lilly with Best Partner Award

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Guest blog from Lilly's Vice President of Global Health Programs and Access, Dr. Evan Lee.

The Eli Lilly and Company Foundation was honored to receive the Best Partner Award at the China Medical Association Tuberculosis (CMA TB) Society 2013 Annual Academic Congress, which took place in Chongqing, China on July 18-20. This is very special recognition, as it is the first time the CMA TB Society has granted these awards to companies and institutional partners for their efforts against TB.

Lilly Volunteer Shares Experience from South Africa

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Guest blog from Tina Catron, a senior sales representative from Detroit. Tina recently travelled to Zandspruit, South Africa, where she volunteered as part of our Connecting Hearts Abroad program.

Don’t Call It A Comeback

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We’ve been here for years.

50 years in fact. Help us continue our 50 year legacy of giving back to the community by helping us win $10,000 for The Mary Kay Foundation in the Social Madness National Challenge contest from the Dallas Business Journal.

We are in the third round of this national competition, and we need your vote to make it to round four. (We were on the ropes Monday and didn’t know if we would advance. Thanks to the ‘Pink Nation,’ we rallied from behind and made a comeback.) Needless to say, we need your vote now more than ever to stay in the contest! 

Southwest Airlines Flight Attendant Takes Flight and Returns to Work with the Help of St. Luke's Community in Spokane

Carrier Sponsors Airplane Therapy Module At St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute to Help Patients Experience and Prepare for Real-Life Travel After Injury or Illness
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In 2012, Southwest Airlines landed at the St. Luke’s Community in Spokane, Washington, a 2,200 square foot real-life therapy area at St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute dedicated to helping people recover after an injury or illness. A portion of a fuselage sponsored by Southwest Airlines was retrofitted to be part of St. Luke’s therapy program, the region’s only level I trauma rehabilitation hospital.  Now, the partnership has given one of Southwest’s own Flight Attendants, Kate Ordorizzi, the Freedom to Fly and return to work following an injury.

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