APHON releases position paper on use of social media in workplace APHON, the Association of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses, has released a position paper on the usage of social media at work, providing guidelines to nurses working with pediatric sufferers in the hematology and oncology arenas. The policy is one of the first-ever for nurses working with child affected person communities and their own families.Cellular Pacemaker Shows Promise in Early Trial: – MONDAY, Aug. 31, 2015 –A small, wireless center pacemaker showed promise in early assessments and could offer an alternative to conventional, wired pacemakers, researchers report. Experts say, however, there are some safety concerns with the brand new device still. The wireless pacemaker is attached to the heart utilizing a catheter inserted through a leg. Traditional pacemakers use a wires and generator, and they require surgery to be implanted. The analysis included 526 patients, average age nearly 76, in the usa, Canada and Australia. Through the first six months of use, the wireless pacemaker showed ‘good basic safety and dependable function,’ according to business lead investigator Dr. Vivek Reddy, of the Icahn School of Medication at Mount Sinai Hospital in NEW YORK, and colleagues.