If you weren't able to join us for any of these spring webinars featuring authors of our newest titles, check out the recording:
Hear from authors Dee McGonigle and Kathleen Mastrian as they discuss the topic of nursing informatics. Learn how their new text Nursing Informatics and the Foundation of Knowledge, Fourth Edition can help faculty teach this important topic and demonstrate its value as an area of specialization.
Best Practices for Teaching Pathophysiology to Undergraduate Nursing Students
Hear from author Lachel Story as she discusses her concept-based approach to teaching pathophysiology. The author’s extensive nursing education background lead to her to create Pathophysiology: A Practical Approach now in its Third Edition.
Mass Incarceration and Public Health
Patti Rose, MPH, EdD, author of the new Health Disparities, Diversity, and Inclusion explores the topic of Mass Incarceration and its impact on health disparities, specifically the various groups including women, men, children and families in general; the perpetuation of mass incarceration and the school (k-12) to prison pipeline; and finally, solutions toward ending all aspects of mass incarceration and prison profiteering
Patrick Coppens, PhD, CCC-SLP and Janet Patterson, PhD, CCC-SLP, authors of Aphasia Rehabilitation: Clinical Challenges, talks about important clinical issues and treatment options in aphasia rehabilitation. Several treatment components are discussed, with special focus on Generalization and Treatment Intensity. This webinar is an ideal learning opportunity for clinicians, instructors and students.
2017 Update on Undergraduate Public Health
Richard K. Riegelman, MD, MPH, PhD, Editor of the Essential Public Health Series, will give us an update on the current status of undergraduate Public Health education in the U.S. You'll learn about opportunities to connect and develop, what’s new and what’s coming in curriculum, trends in Community Colleges and Public Health, and new expectations from CEPH.
Join authors Kathy Malloch and Tim Porter O'Grady as they the discuss the challenges faced by healthcare leaders and organizations as they navigate today’s complex healthcare system. Also, find out what's new to the Fifth Edition of their text, Quantum Leadership: Creating Sustainable Value in Healthcare.
Hear from author Kristen Mauk as she discusses care of the aging population from a nursing perspective. Also, find out what’s new in her soon to be published text, Geronotological Nursing: Competencies for Care, Fourth Edition.
Getting Students Engaged in Biostatistics
Listen to award-winning educator and author Lisa Sullivan, PhD (Essentials of Biostatistics in Public Health, 3rd Ed.), in this Informative Webinar on best practices for getting students engaged in learning about Biostatistics.
Making Epidemiology Fun for Undergrads
In this webinar, you'll hear from Robert H. Friis, PhD, author of Epidemiology 101, 2nd Ed. on how to ramp up beginning students’ interests in epidemiology by involving them in current public health issues such as such as big data, cyberbullying, and disease outbreaks including Ebola and Zika.
Join author Janet Houser for an informative Webinar on the topic of nursing research and the value of evidence-based practice. Learn more about her newly published text, Nursing Research: Reading, Using and Creating Evidence, Fourth Edition.
MACRA in the Context of the ACA: Future Directions
Kristina M. Young, MS and Philip J. Kroth, authors of Health Care USA, 9th Edition discuss the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act in the context of the Affordable Care Act including key features and major accomplishments; how these laws are separate but complementary with regard to movement from volume-based to value-based Medicare reimbursement. Young and Kroth also answer listeners’ questions on the future of the ACA, on insurers pulling out of the ACA, and on health care as a human right.