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2014 ISMA convention delegates urged to 'improve our structure'
Your delegates to the ISMA's 165th Annual Convention elected the first woman president in 27 years, Heidi M. Dunniway, M.D., and then delegates voted for Rhonda Sharp, M.D., to follow her as president-elect. ISMA's new leaders signify the wave of change co...
ISDH urges you to watch for increased respiratory illness
Indiana and multiple states are seeing increased severe respiratory illnesses, especially in children, which are associated with a respiratory enterovirus, EV-D68, resulting in enhanced surveillance. At presstime, four Lake County children were confirmed a...
Hydrocodone-containing products becoming more strictly regulated
Schedule II drugs are considered to have "high potential for abuse, which may lead to severe psychological or physical dependence." For that reason, they are more heavily regulated than Schedule IIIs. Here are examples of the changes.
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Welcome to the official website of the Indiana Society of Physician Recruiters (INSPR). This website is a collective effort to better serve career-seeking physicians looking to relocate across Indiana. It is our intent to provide the best possible resources available in an effort to make the best match for the candidate and the health system.
INSPR exists to provide an opportunity for in-house physician recruiters in the state of Indiana to network and collaborate on the challenges and potential for recruiting and retaining physicians and other medical professionals. The intent is to utilize INSPR as an outlet for educational opportunities and the ultimate goal to recruit and retain well qualified physicians in and to the state of Indiana.