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keep abreast of something

to have the most recent information about something stay abreast of something This new service helps doctors keep abreast of the newest drugs available.
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keep abreast of

Stay or cause to stay up-to-date with, as in He's keeping abreast of the latest weather reports, or Please keep me abreast of any change in his condition. This term alludes to the nautical sense of abreast, which describes ships keeping up with each other. [Late 1600s]
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The Task Force was mobilized to map out industry scenarios and to keep abreast of federal, state, local, community and business planning initiatives to deal with a potential pandemic," Hall said.
It was established as an opportunity for pharmacists to keep abreast of changes in the profession and for alumni to visit their former teachers and new faculty.
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Any serious international business needs to keep abreast of these changes and to know how to take practical action.
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NEW ORLEANS -- The T & D Asset Management conference being held on July 12- 13, 2005 will provide applicable solutions on how to "employ 'best in class' asset management strategies to conserve resources, keep abreast of capital pressures and improve asset life cycle.
Because technology changes quickly, the need for professionals to keep abreast of new and updated IT programs is now greater than ever.
Health care providers must keep abreast of the broad array of clinical research findings amid the pace of medical advances in order to provide the best care to patients.
Our contacts, resources and presence in New York and nearby jurisdictions also allows us to keep abreast of new developments in those venues and understand first-hand how this affects our clients.
Companies already in the outsourcing space, who want to keep abreast of the industry happenings