October 3, 2022


tourism industry cruise ships
The cruise industry has been hit especially hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. The confined surroundings, and the gathering of large groups of international passengers and crew with various levels of immunity, have contributed to cruise ships becoming the perfect petri dish for the virus. These factors led the cruise industry to a major shut-down. However,...
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family communication
With the greying of divorce, we are seeing a larger number of single later life adults (over the age of 60 years). When we think about our single, older family members, we tend not to think about them as socially and sexually active adults. They too need companionship, intimate love and affection. My research has...
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Leah Simpkins Occupational Therapy
Leah Simpkins believes in taking an active part in her student’s educational experience. She goes above and beyond to ensure her online students have just as much opportunity to interact and build a relationship with her as their on-campus counterparts. Simpkins’ personal attention and dedication to helping students learn and feel connected makes her a...
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health services administration advocacy
As you work through a healthcare program, you study the regulations, care/payment models, and technology initiatives of today, but tomorrow will be different. Staying informed on the changes of tomorrow will prepare and supplement your education today. I graduated four years ago and the textbook my class used mentions very little of telehealth, remote patient...
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education school libraries
With the rise of the digital revolution, the 21st century school has demanded the increased use of technology integration. The application and integration of technology in K-12 classrooms has been supported and stimulated by federal, state, and local governments and educational agencies to enhance K-12 education.
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