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Highly valued by thought leaders, decision makers, physicians, professors, librarians and students, HealthNet News is shared with, on average, ten others. HealthNet News reaches an estimated 72,000 health care practitioners every month in the developing world.
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I look forward to receiving HealthNetNews each week. This is the quickest and credible way of accessing information on vast topics in health which is disseminated to our nursing members and other health professional in Fiji. Many of these information (resources) has helped our nurse leaders in their planning for further professional training and upgrading of their knowledge to make better decisions in health.
-- Kuini Lutua, General Secretary, Fiji Nursing Association, Suva, FIJI