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Bliese, Sarah L.; Berta, Margaret; Lieberman, Marya – Journal of Chemical Education, 2020
The distributed pharmaceutical analysis laboratory (DPAL) is a collaboration between 30 academic institutions around the world, whose goal is to determine the quality of medicines collected from partner organizations in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Institutions complete system suitability for a high-performance liquid chromatography…
Descriptors: Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Education, Science Laboratories, Citizen Participation
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Olivares-Donoso, Ruby; Gonzalez, Carlos – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education Research, 2018
In this study, we aim to deepen our understanding of how biology and medicine undergraduate students experience the relationship between teaching and research. Employing a phenomenographic approach, 34 final-year students of a Bachelor in Biological Sciences and a Bachelor of Medicine, from one research-oriented Chilean university, were…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Seniors, Biological Sciences, Medicine
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Chang, I.-Chiu; Lin, Chih-Yu; Wen, Chia-Hsien; Lo, Huan-Kuei; Ho, Tsung-Jung – Interactive Learning Environments, 2020
The aim of this study is to evaluate a 3D (Three Dimensional) Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) e-learning platform and determine the factors affecting students' intention to continue to use the platform in TCM courses. Students from two classes were invited to participate in the experiment. To compare the effectiveness of both learning methods,…
Descriptors: Intention, Computer Peripherals, Printing, Educational Technology
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Chattu, Vijay Kumar; Sahu, Pradeep Kumar; Seedial, Neela; Seecharan, Gerlisa; Seepersad, Amanda; Seunarine, Melina; Sieunarine, Shivanna; Seymour, Kahamaron; Simboo, Samantha; Singh, Arissa – Education Sciences, 2020
Subjective well-being is defined as a person's cognitive and affective evaluations of his or her life. This study aims to investigate the differences in the domains of subjective well-being based on gender, type of school, and academic performance. Additionally, the study aimed to determine the factors (socio-demographic variables, including the…
Descriptors: Well Being, Correlation, Academic Achievement, Grade Point Average
Botkin, Crystal – ProQuest LLC, 2018
This study explored the lived experiences of nuclear medicine technologists with disabilities. A basic qualitative study was performed using one-on-one, semi-structured interviews of eight study participants. All participants were nuclear medicine technologists who identified with a disability. Interview transcripts were transcribed using an…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Allied Health Personnel, Safety, Interpersonal Communication
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Brown, Jason M.; Guy, Breonte S.; Henderson, Dawn X.; Ebert, C. Edward; Harp, Jill; Markert, Chad D. – Advances in Physiology Education, 2018
Regenerative medicine is a novel discipline that both excites undergraduates and may be used as a vehicle to expose students to scientific concepts and opportunities. The goal of this article is to describe the implementation of a National Science Foundation-funded Targeted Infusion Project in which underrepresented minority undergraduates are…
Descriptors: Exercise Physiology, Undergraduate Students, Minority Group Students, Disproportionate Representation
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Yang, Jing; Huang, Si-min; Li, Ze-jian; Feng, Lie; Lu, Chun-ting – International Journal of Higher Education, 2018
Purpose: To develop a novel method for closely and effectively integrating simulation scenarios and clinical practices to improve clinical skills training in the concepts of translational medicine. Methods: Forty-two and 38 third-year medical students in the classes of 2010 and 2009 at Jinan University were selected as an observation group and a…
Descriptors: Simulation, Vignettes, Medical Students, Statistical Analysis
Eaton, Sarah Elaine – Online Submission, 2018
The use of essay mills and other online sites to buy academic work is a global industry estimated to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The practice is known as "contract cheating" (Clarke & Lancaster, 2006), and it occurs when a student engages with a third party to complete academic work on their behalf. Canada lags behind…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Ethics, Outsourcing, Contracts
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McClain, Elizabeth K.; Johnson-Moton, Yolanda; Larsen, Bryan; Ellis, Rebecca J. Bartlett; Niederhoffer, Eric – Industry and Higher Education, 2018
The approach to building innovative partnerships between academia and the pharmaceutical industry has expanded to investigate collaborations that offer meaningful outcomes beyond discovery and increased productivity. This case study uses a systems thinking approach to guide the process and analyse the outcome of a partnership undertaken by one…
Descriptors: Case Studies, School Business Relationship, Drug Therapy, Pharmacy
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Barrett, Jessica L.; Denegar, Craig R.; Mazerolle, Stephanie M. – Athletic Training Education Journal, 2018
Context: It is the educator's responsibility to prepare the students to be clinicians who think and reason critically while integrating research evidence into practice. Those new to the role of faculty member, who lack clinical and teaching experience, face challenges in the classroom application of those concepts. Objective: To discuss the…
Descriptors: Medical School Faculty, Teaching Methods, Evidence Based Practice, Medicine
Bowen, Mariya – ProQuest LLC, 2018
New graduate advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) face multiple challenges when entering an autonomous practice, including challenges acquiring clinical competency, gaining clinical knowledge regarding their specialty area, and expanding their clinical skills to perform the new job effectively. Some of this clinical knowledge and exposure…
Descriptors: Nurses, Fellowships, Pediatrics, Emergency Programs
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Jdaitawi, Malek; Rasheed, Abeer; Gohari, Mohamed; Raddy, Yasser; Aydin, Mehmet; Abas, Ahmed; Hasan, Abdelmonim; Khatiry, Ahmad – Journal of Turkish Science Education, 2020
This resent study investigated the relationships between leisure attitude, self-efficacy and achievement motivation among first year university students. Furthermore, this study examined the mediating role of self-efficacy on the relationship between leisure attitude and achievement motivation among university students. A total of 190 students…
Descriptors: Leisure Time, Student Attitudes, Self Efficacy, Student Motivation
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Kawai, Takao; Son, Daisuke; Miyahara, Yuka – Cogent Education, 2019
Nowadays, the use of complementary and alternative medicines by people is becoming more popular as an additional therapy to western medicine. Traditional medicine, which is a part of complementary and alternative medicines, is utilized complementarily with the dominant health-care model in Thailand. In Thailand, Thai traditional medicine is…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Seminars, Program Effectiveness, Indigenous Knowledge
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Brackney, Dana E.; Brooks, Jessica L. – Journal of School Nursing, 2018
This systematic review examines the effectiveness of Mozart's music in decreasing seizures in children with epilepsy (Mozart Effect) using the Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice rating scale©. A search for articles with "Mozart Effect," "child*," and "epilepsy" was conducted in CINAHL Complete, Science…
Descriptors: Medicine, Music Therapy, Epilepsy, Seizures
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Ince, Alparslan – Educational Research and Reviews, 2015
The aim of this study is to present a new approach to sport medicine. Comparative analysis of the Vertebrae Lumbales was done in sedentary group and Muay Thai athletes. It was done by acquiring three dimensional (3-D) data and models through photogrammetric methods from the Multi-detector Computerized Tomography (MDCT) images of the Vertebrae…
Descriptors: Sports Medicine, Control Groups, Experimental Groups, Measurement Techniques
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