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IDDOI:10.1177/2167479519896325Published Date2020-08-01JournalCommunication & Sport, 2020-08-01, Volume 8
On January 11, 2019, the National Football League (NFL) launched “Inspire Change,” a campaign for the league’s social justice efforts. The campaign, which would serve as the umbrella under which the NFL’s US$89 million social justice partnership with the players would be housed, launched with its own website, hashtag, commercial, and documentary series. This article textually examines the “Inspire Change” campaign and its associated media materials, contextualizing it against the kneeling pro…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0273475318786336Published Date2020-08-01JournalJournal of Marketing Education, 2020-08-01, Volume 42
Online courses have become an important educational delivery tool for institutions of higher learning throughout the world. While popular among students and administrators, many faculty members have expressed concerns with online courses. Therefore, this article highlights online team teaching as a potential solution to many of the concerns harbored by faculty members. In particular, we discuss the potential challenges that can be faced by an online teaching team during the various stages fro…
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ID32650895Published Date2020-08-01JournalApplied nursing research : ANR, 2020-08-01, Volume 54
Nurses experience high rates of violence on the job, which is a significant stressor. Stress can alter nurses' care of patients, but stress can be mitigated by resilience. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between nurses' resilience levels and their reports of patient care following episodes of workplace violence. Six themes emerged from nurses' (n = 57) responses to workplace violence: vigilance, cautious yet individualized with care, part of the job, growth, jaded, a…
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ID32703092Published Date2020-07-23JournalJournal of American college health : J of ACH, 2020-07-23
This study compared online, synchronous video counseling to in-person counseling using solution-focused brief therapy for college students with mild to moderate anxiety. Participants were 49 undergraduate students who were seeking counseling for mild to moderate anxiety. The study was conducted from November, 2017 to December 2018. In a randomized, non-inferiority design, undergraduate participants were randomly assigned to online, synchronous video counseling or in-person treatment for anxie…
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IDDOI:10.2478/gsr-2017-0011Published Date2020-07-21JournalGravitational and Space Research, 2020-07-21, Volume 5
AbstractSpaceflight studies offer a unique opportunity to examine the impact of gravity on developing motor skills. Previously, we reported that young rats experiencing microgravity in low Earth orbit (LEO) beginning on postnatal day (P)14 showed impaired swimming, walking, and surface righting after returning to 1 g, with immature motor skills persisting until adulthood. Here, we report on post-flight surface righting and swimming of rats experiencing spaceflight from P7 or P8. Litters with …
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IDDOI:10.1177/2042753017752583Published Date2020-09-01JournalE-Learning and Digital Media, 2020-09-01, Volume 17
Technology is an all-encompassing aspect of life in the 21st century. Its existence has implications on how communication occurs, education is shaped, knowledge is spread, and ideas are formulated. There is a significant shift taking place in society as we become more accustomed to existing in a digital world. Digital natives, young people who have been born into a virtual reality, view the world differently, have a ‘digital footprint,’ process info-graphics speedily, but lack basic capacity …
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ID31877347Published Date2020-07-01JournalJournal of pain and symptom management, 2020-07-01, Volume 60
A mother and nurse 20 years after her son's tragic death, after a high-risk stem cell transplant, learns that his major behavioral changes while in strict isolation came under the term of spiritual distress. Through her personal experience, the writer describes how her son's thoughts and feelings were expressed in behaviors, atypical for his usual demeanor. This article highlights the importance and value of healthcare providers listening to a parent's perceptions of their child's state of mi…
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IDDOI:10.33642/ijbass.v6n6p5Published Date2020-06-30JournalInternational Journal of Business and Applied Social Science, 2020-06-30
In the past few years, there has been a trend to pass legislation that bans employers and schools from creating and enforcing appearance policies that have a disproportionate impact on racial minorities. This paper examines the current state of the law on this issue.
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ID32592523Published Date2020-06-27JournalJournal of midwifery & women's health, 2020-06-27
The use of long-acting reversible contraception, namely, intrauterine device (IUDs) and the subdermal implant, has been recommended to address the high rate of the unintended pregnancy in the United States. IUDs are a safe, highly effective contraceptive method, suitable for most women. The underutilization of IUDs arises in part from the lack of translation of best practices in the clinical setting as well as fears and misperceptions about this contraceptive method held by health care provid…
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ID32599804Published Date2020-06-24JournalBiosensors, 2020-06-24, Volume 10
It is known that different diseases have characteristic biomarkers that are secreted very early on, even before the symptoms have developed. Before any kind of therapeutic approach can be used, it is necessary that such biomarkers be detected at a minimum concentration in the bodily fluids. Here, we report the fabrication of an interdigitated sensing device integrated with polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) nanofibers and carbon nanotubes (CNT) for the detection of an inflammatory biomarker, C-reactive …
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