We invite you to join the Monthly Research Design Webinar Series. The April 12th session will focus on the Delphi Method. Dr. Phil Davidson will share his knowledge and experiences using the delphi method with Q & A to follow. The session will be recorded and the recording will be available at: Research Method Webinars
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On March 15, Dr. Erik Bean and Dr. Liz Johnston conducted the Content Analysis webinar. This webinar was the second of a series of webinars that will be happening once a month providing details and support about the different methodologies and design from the research methodology group.
The Content Analysis Webinar Covered the Below Topics (See some of the highlights)
The Phoenix Scholar has just published its second issue. The second issue brings you over 20 articles about current research, scholarship, events, and interviews at the University of Phoenix, written by our leading scholars. Click on news title to download your copy and read more.
We invite you to join our Monthly Research Design Webinar Series. The March 15th session will focus on Content Analysis. Dr. Erik Bean and Dr. Liz Johnston will share their knowledge and experiences using this method, with Q & A to follow. The webinar time is 4 pm AZ Time.
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By Kevin Bottomley
Dr. Jim Rice (SAS DMIST, Senior Fellow CGBITR) moderates three 60-minute sessions in Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2018. HIMSS is a nonprofit organization whose goal is to promote the best use of information technology and management systems in the health care industry. Dr. Rice is a frequent panel discussant in many healthcare and IT related large-scale events. The three sessions Dr. Rice chairs addresses current and important topics:
1. Consumer and Patient Engagement: How to Create a World-Class Financial Service Center
2. Data Analytics/ Clinical and Business Intelligence Using Market Data to Move the Needle on Performance
3. Data Analytics/ Clinical and Business Intelligence AI-Powered Early Warning System to Improve Patient Safety
In this month’s IRB Corner, we want to discuss a few concerns that researchers have with the IRB review process. Have you talked with other researchers about their experiences with the “dreaded” IRB review? Are you considering whether you have to submit your project to the IRB? And once you begin the process, what can you do to promote the most successful (i.e., fastest turnaround time)?
Pam Gordon, Ph.D. (Sr. Fellow in the Global Business and Technology Research Center) and Julie Overbey, Ph.D. (Workplace Diversity & Inclusion Research Center) are accepting chapter proposals for an edited book tentatively titled Advances in Technology: Contemporary Workplace Issues. The proposed book, to be published by Emerald Publishing Group, will provide a comprehensive look at emerging technological trends in the workplace.
The SAS Alumni Special Interest Group is pleased to announce the recent selection of four Fellows in January 2018. After careful review and consideration of individual CVs, background, and experience, Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi and Dr. Sandra Nunn selected the following individuals and University of Phoenix alumni to become Fellows: Dr. Lunthita Duthely, Dr. Jennifer Calito, Dr. Imani Akin, and Dr. Daniel Roberts. Each of these new Fellows brings unique experience and expertise to the table as they lead their respective research teams in different research studies for the next year.