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The introduction of two new hospital facilities in the US
marks the beginning of a shift in the healthcare industry. According to a
release from Dark Daily, a nationwide change from inpatient- to outpatient-based
treatment approaches has resulted in the construction of “bedless hospitals.”
In preparation for changes due to the ...
I recently ran the Disney marathon -- It was magical. Also, long. After the race, I proceeded to consume my weight in fried food and chocolate for about a week until I finally evened out and started eating like a normal person again. Of course, I’ve written about endurance athletics before (I used small pieces of Clif Bar instead of ...
ADVANCE is seeking authors for its Learning Scope continuing education series. These
peer-reviewed articles are produced in cooperation with the American Society for Clinical
Laboratory Science and appear in print and online.
We are seeking articles containing
original scholarly work that describes:
specific instructional and lab ...
If you have not made plans to attend the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) Annual Meeting this summer, you still have time to do so. The meeting is designed for you and your professional needs. The meeting offers educational topics that promote advanced learning in the science and practice of clinical laboratory science as ...
A few weeks ago, I read an article in the journal Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being that caught my attention. The article was a compilation of 160 studies of human and animal subjects. Researchers found “clear and compelling evidence” that happy people tend to live longer and experience better health than their unhappy peers.
I was ...
Educators always encourage students to talk, to be vocal, and to speak their mind. We like to engage with our students in a lively intellectual discussion about learning and recent events. Students carry on vibrant conversations all day long, but once in the classroom, it becomes a challenge for them to talk or to express their feelings. It is ...
When I was five, I ran home from playing with my next door neighbors in tears. My parents were concerned that I appeared so upset, and they asked what was wrong. I told them that the neighborhood boys had used the ''f'' word.
My parents got a little angry -- a 5-year-old kid using the ''f'' word? -- and they told me I needed to repeat the word ...