Allied MEDICAL RESEARCHERS, RNs ratify fresh three-year contract agreement More than 3,000 Registered Nurses and Allied Health Professionals working in 10 of Ontario’s Community Care Access Centres have voted to ratify a fresh three-year contract. The contract addresses Ontario Nurses’ Association members who coordinate look after Ontarians through the Central, Central East, Erie St. Clair, Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant, North East, North Simcoe Muskoka, North West, South East, South Waterloo and West Wellington CCACs. Related StoriesGreater evidence-structured help needed for depressed employees – New report from The Work FoundationUsing the butterfly effect to predict heart disease: an interview with Dr George and Dr Parthimos, Cardiff UniversityWHO focused on helping Nepal deliver health care to its citizens, yesterday says Who all South-East Asia Regional DirectorMembers held ratification meetings in 30 sites across the province.AUA includes percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation in OAB treatment guidelines Uroplasty, Inc. , a medical device organization that develops, markets and manufactures innovative proprietary products for the treatment of voiding dysfunctions, today announced that the American Urological Association issued a scientific guideline titled ‘Medical diagnosis and Treatment of Overactive Bladder in Adults,’ which includes percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation as a fundamental element of the care route for overactive bladder treatment.