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Spatial patterns of primate electrocutions in Diani, Kenya
Electrocution from power lines threatens many primate species, yet knowledge of effective evidence-based mitigation strategies is limited. Mitigation planning requires an understanding of the spatial distribution of ...
Open Educational Resources (OER): An overview
This presentation, delivered on January 8, 2018, at the Salisbury University Libraries (Salisbury, MD), provides an introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER). It was delivered as part of OER training for Salisbury ...
Predatory publishing: How to avoid falling prey to predatory publishers
This presentation was delivered to Salisbury University (SU) faculty. The goal of this presentation was to help SU faculty detect potentially predatory journals and conferences and to select legitimate high quality venues ...
40 Years of SBM and the Biopsychosocial Model: With Middle Age Comes Thinking of the Next Generation of Population Health – From Microbes to the Masses
(Society of Behavioral Medicine, 2018)
Gender in nursing: The effect of having a male nurse on the attitudes of patients
Our culture puts a significant amount of focus on discrimination towards females in the workforce, which is important because women historically have been treated as inferior to men and unfortunately that attitude has yet ...
Nuts and bolts of researching library issues
This joint presentation was delivered to Salisbury University's librarians and library staff as part of the Libraries' Professional Development series. Part 1 was delivered by Victoria Martin, Scholarly Communications ...
Complementary and alternative medicine provider knowledge discourse on holistic health
(Frontiers in Communication, 2018-04-12)
Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) promises a wide array of therapies employed increasingly by consumers for disease prevention and health promotion. Despite this increasing use, however, CAM and biomedical ...
Teaching psychology and climate change: One way to meet the call for action
(Sage Journals, 2018-06-20)
The American Psychological Association (APA) has called for psychologists to become more involved in addressing climate change. One way to address this pressing issue is through curriculum. To this end, we describe an ...
Improving inpatient education and follow-up in patients with heart failure
Heart failure (HF) is the fastest growing cardiac disease, and it is associated with high mortality, significant disease burden, and poor quality of life and imposes a substantial cost to our healthcare system. Heart ...
Symptom management protocol and hospice nurse educational intervention improves management of exacerbated symptoms
Problem Statement: Hospice nurses are responsible for managing patient exacerbated symptoms, although research has shown that symptom management at end of life is deficient. The symptom management protocol (SMP) utilized ...