We’re excited to announce that Research Fellow Ruby Daniels, Ph.D. has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work.
This announcement was made in conjunction with the OESCA-OTESCA Fall Conference, held in Columbus, Ohio on Sept. 15-16, 2015.
This month in the IRB Corner we will address a common question as to whether a project or activity requires an IRB review. The University of Phoenix has assured federal agencies that the UOPX IRB will review all human subjects research. Therefore, any study that meets the federal definition of human subject research will undergo an IRB review.
Featured Blog Posts
Preparing to Submit a Presentation to a Research Conference
by Karen Gordon
Understanding Differences between Academic and Industry Conferences
by Shauna Stacy
As the School of Advanced Studies moves forward with the ongoing growth in our research community, we’re working to provide students and faculty with as much information as needed to support research goals and help both groups find a balance between academic and practitioner pursuits. A large part of this process is becoming more actively involved in your field of research, both within University of Phoenix and the School of Advanced Studies and beyond.
Nature in the ... hospital?
by Ellen Daroszewski
In the middle of the Dana-Farber's Yawkey Center for Cancer Care in Boston is a two-story garden, the Stoneman healing garden. The garden was created as a respite from the busyness and stress of the medical center for patients and staff.