I served as Special Agent for the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force conducting terrorism investigations world-wide. I also gave classroom instruction to agents concerning the integration of DHS-Federal Air Marshal Service (FAMS) with agents in the field. During tenure, I hosted integration workshops bringing FBI SWAT members to FAMS where a classroom and practical workshop enabled the two agencies to better understand roles and responsibilities.
The presentation documented was based on the primary author's grounded theory based dissertation that developed a theory for understanding the role played by ethical considerations within the context of health care administrators’ decision- making processes. A new substantive theory emerged from the study that bridged a gap in the literature - a symphonological , bioethical framework for assisting health care administrators in their decision- making process.
Discussion of the use of mindfulness in the research process, particularly qualitative research.
Discussion and workshop related to creating and moderating geographically distributed research groups. Additionally, discussion of using qualitative data analysis programs with these populations.
Title: The Suitability of Accommodation Businesses for the Disabled: The Case of Kastamonu
The article brings an important point of view to the world of tourism. It is important that accommodations for the disabled are considered when building a tourism business. This study looks demonstrates a good example as to how one area in Turkey can accomplish their tourism goals to include providing accommodations for the handicap traveler and their companions.
Method and Design:
Title: The Effect of Clinical Supervision on Clinical Decision - This study aimed to determine the effect of clinical supervision on clinical decision of students in Saveh Nursery Faculty of Medical Sciences in 2017. The present quasi-experimental before-after study investigated 60 students of Saveh Nursing School of Medical Sciences and selected census sampling method due to the limited sample size of the target population that were randomly assigned to two experimental (N = 30) and control groups (N=30).