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Dr. Daroszewski and her four chair fellows, Dr. Casey Cole, Dr. Lorna Kendrick, Dr. Debra Wallace and Dr. Laura McGeehan, presented a poster titled “Nursing Research Center Development Using a Translation Model of Seamless Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration between PhDs and DNPs.”
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Globalization, Billionaires, and Philanthropy
by Fiona Sussan
I recently participated in a research workshop titled “Billionaires, Advanced Capitalism, Philanthropy, and Democracy”. It was attended by researchers from academia and think tanks, and practitioners from policy institutes and foundations (February 20, 2015, London School of Economics). The workshop is based on the most recent work of the host Professor Zoltan Acs.
The Evolving Definition of "Health"
by Gregory Privitera
“Health” is a term we use all the time and in various contexts. We describe our skin, our lifestyles, even our habits as healthy or not healthy. What do we mean when we say this term? Have we always meant the same thing each time we say it? The answer is that “health” is a difficult concept to wrap our minds around. What was healthy yesterday is unhealthy today—this was true of dietary trends such as carbs, which went from good to bad to both over the course of about a decade.
What Can Current Hot Jobs in Healthcare Tell Us about the Industry’s Future?
by James Gillespie
By Dr. James Gillespie & Dr. Lumbé Davis
The healthcare sector is expected to add 5,000,000 jobs by 2020. Thus, for better or worse from a societal perspective, healthcare continues to be growing dimension of the US economy. Can we learn anything about the future of healthcare by looking at how these 5M new jobs are distributed? In particular, what are the “hot” jobs, and what do these jobs say about the future of healthcare?