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Reframing Research as Design

Nascent researchers may be daunted by unanticipated setbacks and delays intrinsic to the research process and even te

Access to Health Insurance, Health Disparities and Physical Well-Being

Understanding the IRB: An Interview with Assistant Dean of Research Protection, Dr. Laura Brewer

“Whatever is my right as a man is also the right of another; and it becomes my

WE RISE! An Interview with Distinguished Alumni of the Year: Nurse, Mona Clayton

In August, Mona Clayton, MSN, RN, received the University of Phoenix Distinguished Alumni Award for her work in recruiting nearly 100, 000 future nurses through innovation in publishing and business design. Mona was 1 of 15 selected from 92,000 applicants for this prestigious award. A visionary, advocate, educator and practitioner, I am delighted to share an interview with "Nurse Mona" on behalf of CHER. 

What is Health? Expanding the Paradigm

Explore an expanded meaning of the word "health," and learn more about the updated mission and vision for the Center for Health Engineering Research.

Oprah's Bunny ... And a Little Stress Reduction

“B is for Bunnies. Look at this picture. This picture of Oatmeal, the Angora rabbit. This fluffy, fluffy rabbit, who is lulling you into a sedate state of fluffy, fluffy bliss. Thanks Oatmeal.”

Is Prevention and Health Better in Cuba?

The US and Cuba have kept their distance for years.


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