We are excited to inform you that a presentation related to how to write and publish your research and series of "How to" guidelines related to finding, evaluating, selecting a right journal
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.”
Did you know that we have a large library of videos to help students and faculty as they move through the dissertation process?
In addition to our user help videos, there are numerous videos – many of which are 5 minutes or less – touching on all the subjects that matter most to you. Some topics include:
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Taking your health one “step" at a time
by Gregory Privitera
In the modern age of health there are many technologies available to us to promote positive health. Many companies contribute to this trend by offering fitness trackers, such as a FitBit®, often called “wearables,” in which consumers can track their health, often by counting the steps they take each day. Although the validity of these trackers has come under some scrutiny, they tend to be reliable.
The Power of IT to Mobilize Healthcare’s Stakeholders and Achieve Common Aims (Part 1 of a 4-part series)
by Michael R. Solomon
Competency Based Education
by Jennifer Cunningham
Competency Education is the current bandwagon of Higher Education. The structure is fairly unknown and it's an uncharted adventure for most institutions. Everyone is interested in who has a program, how they are assessing their students correctly, incorrectly, and the process of retaining and matriculating their students.