Recent Blog Posts

Recent Blog Posts

The latest blogs from all of our authors are compiled below. To search for specific topics, use the keyword search field below.

Recap of Activities in 2018

As we maintain an active agenda, it is best to review what we have accomplished in 2018:

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Increasing the Value of a University’s Research Center for Doctoral Education Programs

Today’s blog focuses on the topic of how research centers might serve to support best practices in doctoral education

USASBE 2019 Annual Conference: Collaborative Research and Learning

The USASBE 2019 Annual Conference: Collaborative Research and Learning

The USASBE 2019 Annual Conference: Collaborative Research and Learning

Boyer's Scholarship of Engagement. What if We Could Make a Difference?

Original Article Published in Phoenix Scholar, Vol 1, No 3 – Summer 2018

SAS as Medium, Knowledge as Message: Marshall McLuhan and Hot Synergy in the Research Hub

When Marshall McLuhan published Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man in 1964, he posed a bold new para

Clostridium Difficile Infections Spreading Beyond Hospitals

Celebrating CLSER Member Accomplishments in 2018

Greetings CLSER Members,

Celebrating Accomplishments in 2018

Greetings CLSER Members,

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Comparing International Administrative Healthcare Costs

Let's Get Ready to Write!

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”- Aristotle

Getting Research Ready - First Steps

Here are some tips that might help with writing when there seems to be no time available. 

Improving Caregiver Resilience

Medical teams function much like fire departments.

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