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  • Flanagan, Sarah; McMahon, Nancy; Weber, Patricia; Blum, Joan; Ruhkamp, Renee; Arshad-Snyder, Siti; Allen, Becky; Varguez, Ricardo; Tworek, Kate; Taylor-Costello, Julie; Nebel, Andreia (2019-08)
    Interprofessional education (IPE) is considered best practice, but large group implementation is challenging; most efforts have been limited to a classroom or specific program. Inclusion of IPE among all disciplines is ...
  • Kenney, Jaclyn (2019-07)
    Assessment and reassessment of pain is a critical step to improving a patient’s physical and psychological health. The Joint Commission came out with new guidelines in 2017 appointing clinical leadership members to engage ...
  • McMahon, Nancy; Allen, Rebecca; Arshad-Snyder, Siti; Blum, Joan; Flanagan, Sarah; Nebel, Andreia; Ruhkamp, Renee; Taylor-Costello, Julie; Tworek, Kate; Varguez, Ricardo; Weber, Patricia (2019)
    Introduction: Healthcare education has traditionally occurred within the confines of each discipline’s instructional program, limiting students’ knowledge of other disciplines and potentially impacting communication with ...
  • Wisniewski, Kirsten (2019)
    Conclusion: The radiology department has the opportunity of improving prosthetic implants, surgeries, and medical education by combining diagnostic images with 3-dimensional printing technology. Implants will be cheaper ...
  • Schuett, Krystina (2019)
    In closing, neuroimaging of the psychologically disturbed brain can present abnormalities structurally or functionally when mental illness such as PTSD, bipolar disorder or MDD has been suspected. Additionally, not all ...
  • Kirkpatrick, Katherine (Elsevier, 2019)
    Scholarly publication remains an indication that doctoral students have successfully joined their field’s dialogue—that they are doing the work of scholars, which is critical to their career progression in academia and ...
  • Zima, Ashlie (2019-07)
    In the United States, most postoperative orthopedic surgical site infections (SSIs) and prophylactic antimicrobial use research are hospital-based. However, 50% of the orthopedic procedures occur outpatient and postoperative ...
  • Mackrill, Jenny (2019-07)
    Prescription opioid use is a recommended treatment for different types of pain (Dowell, Haegerich, & Chou, 2016). The risk of potential overdose is increased in patients prescribed opioids when several factors are present; ...
  • Hergert, Kayla (2019-07)
    As treatment for cancer improves, the number of cancer survivors continues to grow. Cancer survivors are at an increased risk of cancer reoccurrence, mortality, and decreased quality of life. Primary care providers can ...
  • Memolo, Jennifer (SLACK Incorporated, 2019)
    "Procedures and patient care will be one of the first courses a physical therapist assistant (PTA) student will encounter as they begin their educational career. The foundational material covered in Procedures and Patient ...
  • Polanco, Joel (2019-07)
    Type II diabetes is a serious condition that continues to affect the lives of millions of individuals each year. By the year 2040, an estimated 600 million people worldwide will have type II diabetes. This disease is ...
  • Bilek, Rachel (2019-07)
    Skin cancer is the most common occurring form of cancer in the United States; 1 in 5 develop skin cancer by the age of 70 (Centers for Disease Control, [CDC] 2017). The American Cancer Society (2017) states exposure to ...
  • Flanagan, Sarah; Weber, Patricia (2019-07)
    While students, patients, and professionals often seek a “quick fix” - it is helpful to slow down and reflect upon why we do things the way we do. Research illustrates that childhood events impact both physical and mental ...