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Professional Counseling Programs Ebook Series: Disaster Relief Edition
(Mercer University, 2016)
"This publication is a collection of articles written by students enrolled in the [Summer 2016 Disaster Counseling] course. Their reflections provide insight into the training requirements and service area opportunities ...
Impact of a Pharmacist-Led Intervention Program on the Readmission Rates of Elderly Heart Failure Patients
Purpose: Heart failure accounts for over 6.5 million hospital days and an estimated $37.2 billion is spent on heart failure management annually in the United States.1,2 Since the establishment of Hospital Readmission ...
The Prince Charming Effect: An Analysis of the Effect Unrealistic Portrayals of Men Have on Relationship Satisfaction within Romantic Relationships
From the problem statement: "In a culture that is filled with romantic imagery through multiple media outlets, it is no surprise that an identified potential reason for idealistic expectations is the media. According to ...
Outcomes and Characteristics of Patients with Potentially Inappropriate Classification of Clostridium Difficile Infection at a Community Hospital
"The objective of this study was to evaluate the difference in clinical outcomes between patients with definite community onset CDI and those who may have been inappropriately classified as healthcare facility onset due ...
Exploring Cultural Competency Perceptions of Pharmacy Students
Study: Objectives a.To examine the perceptions of pharmacy students with regard to cultural competence before and after a seminar b.To examine the relationship between student demographics and perceptions of cultural competence
John Oliver Killens’s Youngblood Website
John Oliver Killens, a native of Macon, Georgia and author of Youngblood, was an activist, war veteran, essayist, and screenwriter whose work analyzed the plight of African-Americans and whose friendships extended to many ...