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Presentation at the 2016 Polyurethanes Technical Conference features The Shepherd Chemical Company’s bismuth catalysts, BiCat 8840 and BiCat 8842.
VA Experience in Implementing Patient-Centered Medical Home Using a Breakthrough Series Collaborative
Published in Journal of General Internal Medicine: A Patient-Centered Medical Home Model was implemented to transform the VHA primary care delivery process.
A Predictive Model of Occupational and Lifestyle Risk Factors and Pain Management Strategies for Participants in a Wellness Program Diagnosed with Chronic Low Back Pain
Featured in Journal of Ergonomics: The objective of this paper is to understand occupational and lifestyle risk factors associated with Chronic Low Back Pain with a focus on prevention of related incidences in the workplace.
Developing Accounts of Instructor Learning: Recognizing the Impacts of Service-Learning Pedagogies on Writing Teachers
Published in Composition Studies: Findings from a case study of three instructors as they newly implemented service-learning pedagogies into their first year writing classes.
Featured in Proceedings of the 2015 Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference: This paper overviews the initial development and evolution of the VHA enterprise-wide quality strategy.
Featured in Journal of General Internal Medicine: Clinicians and employers should be mindful of the prevalence of impostor syndrome among professional populations.
Appalachia faces overwhelming challenges that plague many rural areas across the country, including poorly funded schools, stagnant economic development, corrupt political systems, poverty, and drug abuse. Its citizens, in turn, have often been the target of unkind characterizations depicting them as illiterate or backward. Despite entrenched social and economic disadvantages, the region is also known for its strong sense of culture, language, and community.
Known for its beauty and valuable natural resources, Appalachia has undergone significant technological, economic, political, and environmental changes in recent decades.
Findings trace an increase in inclusivity and diversity in Appalachian advocacy from the 1960s to the 2010s; the empowering relationship between an organization’s public rhetorics and its individual community members’ attitudes toward their cultural identities; and the role arts movements play in building community and challenging cultural stereotypes.
This book provides insight into the initial deployment of a Lean Management System across VA, the nation’s largest healthcare system.
Featured in Employee Benefit News: The next popular wellness perk could be offering chiropractic services at on-site medical centers.
Featured in Employee Benefit News:
Workplaces and workflows need to be reimagined to reduce and interrupt sedentary time while increasing active movement.
Featured in Corporate Wellness Magazine: Integrated care models are better able to address all the aspects of a person’s pain experience and help them avoid unnecessary treatment approaches.
Veterans, both male and female, have historically been overrepresented in the U.S. homeless population. This book provides insight into the initial deployment of a Lean Management System across VA, the nation’s largest healthcare system.
Former college professor and current CEO of Untold Content, Katie Taylor, joined us for an interview in the sun-soaked back patio of Iris Book Café. Sitting amongst overgrown ivy and midday coffee drinkers, Katie spoke about empowerment through storytelling, balancing motherhood and entrepreneurship, and knowledge sharing as an act of love.
Integrated Physical Medicine at Employer-Sponsored Health Clinics Improves Quality of Care at Reduced Cost
Published in Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: The benefits of integrating physical medicine services into employer-sponsored clinics.
Untold Content is one of seven finalists in the fourth annual ArtWorks “Big Pitch” presented by U.S. Bank, where they will compete for a $15,000 Judge’s Choice Award and a $5,000 Audience Choice Award during a live five-minute pitch on Sept. 28 at Memorial Hall.
I see productivity as a measure of strategic vision. The more clearly my team sees our goals and long-term strategy, the more productive we can be.