Service Learning Is a Perfect Fit for Occupational and Physical Therapy Education Service learning provides invaluable contributions to the education of occupational and physical therapy students by allowing them to contribute to the community while simultaneously optimizing their professional preparation.

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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH IN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: A RESPONSE TO PROFESSORS ENGLISH, D'SOUZA, AND DR. CHARTRAND The aim of this article is to respond to Professor English, Professor D'Souza, and Dr. Chartrands comparative review of research in the British Journal of Religious Education and Religious Education over the ten-year period from 1992-2002.

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Comparative Analysis Of The Research And Publication Patterns In British Journal Of Religious Education And Religious Education A comparison is made of the contents and contributors to the British Journal of Religious Education (UK) and Religious Education (North America). A content analysis of each journal was conducted for a 10-year period between 1992-2002.

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Reform higher education with capitalism? Doing good and making money at the for-profit universities For a businessperson, the argument that making a profit leads to poor "product" quality would seem silly or worse, insulting. However, this is a common assumption in higher education.

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Principles of motivation in education Teachers who create warm and accepting yet business-like atmospheres will promote persistent effort and favorable attitudes toward learning. This strategy will be successful in children and in adults.

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Gangstas-not in my hospital!Gang violence is a real and prominent threat in any health care environment. Can you recognize and manage the risks?

Physician unions

Physician unions are bad for patients, government report saysAllowing physicians to bargain collectively "will harm consumers financially and is unlikely to result in quality improvements," according to the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission.

Maryland's nontraditional

Maryland's nontraditional pathway to the doctor of pharmacy degree: Development and improvementThe University of Maryland School of Pharmacy faculty decided in 1989 to move to the Doctor of Pharmacy as the entry-level degree, admitting the first class of PharmD-only students in the Fall of 1993.

National Defense

National Defense Authorization ActROA worked with the House and Senate Armed Services Committees, as well as with the House Reserve Component Caucus and Senate Reserve Caucus during conference, leading to 44 of the issues ROA supported being passed.

Evolution of hospital

Evolution of hospital-based pharmacy teaching programs from 1989 - 1998This study evaluated hospital involvement in pharmacy education. Databases from four U.S. National Clinical Pharmacy Services Studies and the American Hospital Association permitted detailed trend analysis.