CAPD: Making Informed, Evidence-Based Clinical Decisions

CAPD: Making Informed, Evidence-Based Clinical Decisions

Hello, I’m Gail Chermak. I’m going to speak with you today about central auditory processing disorder, making informed evidence-based clinical decisions. My financial disclosures consist of the following. I’m Professor and Chair, Speech and Hearing Sciences, the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, Washington State University, Health Sciences, Spokane, Washington. I receive royalties from Plural

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RDC Reasons Shayna

RDC Reasons Shayna

I came to RDC because I wanted to work with kids, so I figured an EA let’s me do that. I have minor Cerebral Palsy, I’ve had surgeries to fix my CP. Perseverance plays a big role in that. I think I can have a different perspective than some of my classmates. I can bring

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Empowering Nurses to Protect Themselves and Their Patients: Device Reprocessing and Sterilization

Empowering Nurses to Protect Themselves and Their Patients: Device Reprocessing and Sterilization

[ Music ]>>Hello, and welcome to today’s webinar, Empowering Nurses to Protect Themselves and Their Patients, Device Reprocessing and Sterilization. My name is Kate Wiedeman, and I’m a health communications specialist at CDC’s Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion. The mission of CDC’s Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion is to protect patients, protect healthcare personnel and

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AS Learning and Development Across Generations

AS Learning and Development Across Generations

(dreamy synth music) – Hello, and thank you for joining today’s Acquisition Seminar, hosted by the Federal Acquisition Institute. Today’s seminar, entitled Learning and Development Across Generations, will offer valuable insight and useful information on learning and development, and how the generations of the federal workforce inform learning and development efforts. We obviously have a

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