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    Evidence-Based Motivational Interviewing: Applications to Social Distancing and Face Mask Usage

    Teaching Diagnostic Test Accuracy: Exercise Care with SpPIn-SnNOut

    What I Learned about Teaching During the First Months of COVID-19

    Active Learning: It Seems Easier, though it is Not, and Students Like the Challenge

    COVID-19: What you should know and the role of the clinical laboratory

    Teaching “The Why” of Scientific Concepts to Health Profession Students

    Evidence-Based Practice for Health Professionals

    8 Reasons to Speak Medical Terminology [Infographic]

    Multiple Opposition Contrast Intervention by author Carol Koch

    New Anatomy and Physiology Study Tool For Allied Health Students

    Adapting to the Changes in Federal Law Concerning Partial Fills of CII Prescriptions by author Kimberly Burns

    Should the Vaginal Microbiome be put to Work after C-Section?

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    7 Things You Need to Know About the New NBCOT Practice Analysis

    Diagnosing a Nasal Emission with Author Ann W. Kummer

    Drugs and Society, Thirteenth Edition Earns 5 Stars

    Meet Ann Kummer, Author of Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Conditions

    Comprehensive Respiratory Therapy Exam Preparation Guide, 3e is “an excellent resource”

    Donna K. Hammaker and Thomas M. Knadig to Speak at Special Breakfast

    4 Stars for Leading Evidence-Based Practice Text for Physical Therapy

    4 Scenarios and Tips for Managing Conflict in Online Learning

    Jones & Bartlett Learning Author Featured in ASHA Article on PhD Programs in Communication Sciences

    Like a Phoenix from the Ashes…The Senate’s Health Reform Efforts Live On

    Lessons Learned: What Can We Learn from Hurricane Harvey and Will We Really Learn Them This Time?

    Why Should We Study the Health Care Systems of Other Nations?

    4th Edition of Issel's Health Program Planning and Evaluation Stays True to Prior Editions with Several Improvements

    How Health Insurance Actually Works

    The Quest for Universal Health Coverage

    Teaching Tuberculosis

    Discussion Boards: How Can We Improve Them?

    Advising on Global Health Internships and Jobs

    Going Beyond the Page with Case Studies

    Keeping the Classroom Alive with Global Health ‘Cases’ and Role Playing

    New Foundations for Global Health – “The Global Burden of Disease, Injuries, and Risk Factors Study 2010”

    Now that you are done with GH 101, what do you do for an encore?

    Interview with Nancy H. Shanks, Co-author of Cases in Health Care Management

    Making Global Health Policy in the Classroom

    Rehearsing for the Real World: Case Studies and Role Play

    Global Health 101: Student Writing on Global Health

    This is Your Brain on Fiction: Why Teaching with Case Studies Works

    Guest Teachers from Afar– Teaching Global Health

    Writing Competencies: Whose Responsibility Is It?

    A Plague of Plagiarism

    Teamwork in Online Courses: How Can We Encourage Effective Participation?

    The Jones & Bartlett Learning Spring Podcast Series

    Are Health Care Professionals Prepared For Disasters?

    Infectious Leadership

    Sense, Sensibility And Civility

    Can We Tame Wicked Problems In Health Care?

    Thank Your Bad Bosses

    Emotional Intelligence And Leadership

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