Chicago Restrictions Help Pharmacy Staff

New Chicago Restrictions Protect Pharmacy Staff and Consumers

In a win for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and patients, the Chicago City Council Finance Committee approved legislation that would limit pharmacists to filling a maximum of 10 prescriptions per hour. The measure was approved by the committee back in October of 2017 and also guarantees pharmacists meal and bathroom breaks.

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Heart Disease

Caring for Individuals with Heart Disease – Medical Assistants

February is American Heart Month. First proclaimed by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964, the month is dedicated to increasing the awareness of heart health and creating a culture in which making heart-healthy life choices are encouraged. Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of Americans and is undoubtedly a

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Medical Assistant Faculty Spotlight

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Maria Natividad

“I tell my students to be professional at all times and to have initiative when in the work field”, hear more from our Medical Assistant Faculty Dr. Maria Natividad! Learn more about the Medical Assistant program at Coyne College and her advice to students! Find out more details on Medical

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Medical Assistant training Program

Medical Assistant Training can Launch an Advanced Healthcare Career

Medical assistants are key cogs in the functioning of medical offices and facilities all across the country. Essentially jacks of many medical office trades, medical assistants perform a variety of tasks that doctors couldn’t get done on their own. Although medical assisting is an endpoint for some, for many others

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skilled trades

Increases in Infrastructure Budget Good for Skilled Trades

An increase in national infrastructure spending could end up being a benefit for laborers in the skilled trades needed to complete upgrades. In the coming years, much of the nation’s infrastructure, such as roads, bridges, buildings and other structures, will require some degree of repair or flat-out replacement. Electrical Construction

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Extreme Jobs for Electricians

Top 5 Most Extreme Jobs for Electricians

Working as an electrician is an occupation that is not without its own set of dangers. Depending on the setting in which electricians work, they face conditions with the potential of bodily injury. With this in mind, below are five of the most extreme jobs electricians perform and the dangers

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Electrician Faculty Spotlight

Faculty Spotlight: Ted Polowsky – Electrican

“I became interested in teaching because I like to help students reach their full potential in their career.” Learn more about Programmable Logic Controllers Instructor Ted Polowsky by our electrician faculty spotlight!  For more information on our electrical programs visit us at Get your career started as an electrician

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Electrician Alumni Spotlight

Alumni Spotlight: Austin Rudnicki – Electrician

Austin Rudnicki’s belt buckle is a constant reminder of where he came from, what he has achieved and what he has yet to accomplish. To him, the buckle passed down from his great-grandfather says “electrician.” Rudnicki is a 2016 graduate of Coyne College’s Electrical Construction and Maintenance program and now proudly wears

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Electrical Code Violations

How to Avoid the Most Common Electrical Code Violations

Electricity is one of the greatest commodities we’ve been able to harness. It’s hard to imagine life today without it, as electricity powers many of the tools and conventions that make our lives much easier. However, it can also be very dangerous, which is why there are electrical codes to

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