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  • Speech-Language Pathology and Search Engines

    The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) began developing standards for speech-language pathologists in the early 1950s. We could conclude that speech-language pathology has been formally recognized as a distinctive field for about 65 years. Our field has borrowed and adapted from many related disciplines in our understanding of ...
    Posted to Speech in the Schools (Weblog) on February 7, 2017
  • A Trial of Clinical Trials

    By Sarah Sutherland   Exciting news for clinical trial researchers! The days of spending more time figuring out how to use your electronic data capture (EDC) — rather than actually conducting research — could be troubles of the past. Recently, Porter Research, an independent firm based in Atlanta, determined that OmniComm Systems, Inc. ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Perspective: Respiratory Views (Weblog) on December 2, 2016
  • New USB Stick Measures HIV

    Science never stands still. I am particularly interested in the merging of technologies in the new era of the logarithmic growth of technology. For many decades science was fairly plodding and sometimes even static as research followed certain set rules and required a certain rigor to be considered credible and ...
  • MacGyver Nurses Among Us

    I cannot remember the first time I heard the term ''MacGyver Nurse.''  For those of you that do not remember watching MacGyver, the show is back. The main character could settle any crisis, it seemed, from world war, invasions of aliens, or out-of-control spaceships with duct tape, his Swiss pocket knife, and gum.  Okay, I ...
    Posted to On Call: Leadership in Nursing (Weblog) on November 17, 2016
  • Building Healthy Communities Via Technology

    Nurses have an important role to play in the healthy community movement. The design, construction, and growth of healthy communities require nurses to build a diverse set of skills in informatics, data analytics, public health, and the social determinants of health. Healthy communities emerge Healthy communities—also known as healthy places or ...
  • Demand for the Interprofessional Team

    Achieving technology-enabled healthcare transformation means involving nurses in interprofessional teams. These teams increasingly tackle challenges ranging from data storage, genomic information, cyber-attacks and interoperability to meaningful use, security, reimbursement shifts, and unique patient identifiers. Nursing schools and healthcare ...
  • Data Mining and Analytics in Healthcare

    With use of the Internet increasing exponentially, the amount of data being processed has exploded. Nowadays, even the healthcare business, a world of its own, untouched by the IT phenomena one decade ago, is forced to embrace the Internet. Currently, customer behaviors and preferences, their medical information and  shopping patterns ...
    Posted to Shifting Rehab Paradigms (Weblog) on September 26, 2016
  • Millennials Redefine Quality

    The impact of Millennials’ interpretations and expectations of quality service from the healthcare profession in general—and laboratories in particular—continues to grow with each passing year. Now the largest generation demographically, Millennials are coming of age and gradually assuming their rightful place as both mass consumers and ...
    Posted to CRI Lab Quality Advisor (Weblog) on August 31, 2016
  • A Script Example

    As promised, here is an example AutoIt script: ; NotepadMemo.au3 - example using AutoIt #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> #include <Date.au3> Local $sTo Local $sSubject If WinExists(''Untitled - Notepad'') Then    $sTo = InputBox(''Memo'', ''To:'', ''All Staff'')    $sSubject = InputBox(''Memo'', ...
    Posted to Stepwise Success (Weblog) on August 30, 2016
  • Technology Will Ameliorate the Nursing Shortage

    The nursing shortage is real and growing. More than one million vacancies for RNs will emerge between 2014 and 2022, according to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. By 2025, the shortage of nurses will reach unprecedented levels, says the Bureau of Health Professions. Technology is emerging as an ally and tool—not only for current and ...
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