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Seismic Changes in Healthcare Research Looming: Are You Ready?

 

Getting the Most Out of Academic and Industry Conferences

Going to conferences can be expensive and time-consuming. Check out our tips for making the most of attending.

Preparing for Your Conference Presentation

You’ve submitted for and been accepted by a major industry event to present on a topic of your own. Read on for a few steps to help you prepare for the big day.

Using Secondary Data Sets in Research

As discussed during the August 2015 Research Content A

Adopting and Promoting the New TOP Study Design Guidelines as a University

Are you tuned in to the debate surrounding the increase in studies retracted due to poor design? What about the growing chorus in the scholarly community for a forceful and focused response to scientific misconduct?

Bolstering Student Confidence Using Appreciative Inquiry

Non-traditional students – adults who decide to return to school after the age of 18-24 – may be intimidated by pursu

Is Blood Transfusion a Dangerously Outdated “Game”?

 

CHR Research Fights Deadly Superbug at Root Cause of Multiple Deaths

Patients are increasingly developing antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections (i.e., “Superbugs”). These patients can develop a Superbug infection after undergoing endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), which is a widespread medical procedure used to combat certain diseases of the liver, bile ducts, and pancreas, including blockages, narrowing, stones, narrowing, and tumors.

How to Select the Right Dissertation Chair

As a doctoral student in the School for Advance Studies at the University of Phoenix, there are three particularly cr

Apple’s ResearchKit: A Disruptive Innovation that could Radically Change How Clinical Trials are Conducted (Part 2 of a 4-part series)

Despite almost all hospitals and physician practices in the United States having digitized their patients’ medical re

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