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SPECIAL REPORT: UHF, overview of Convenient Care, nationally ... examines the distribution of these providers in New York State.

By Author/Editor: Ji Eun Chang, Suzanne C. Brundage, Gregory C. Burke, and Dave A. Chokshi

02.05.2015 - Urgent care centers and retail clinics—collectively known as “convenient care”—are a major market-driven development in ambulatory care, presenting both potential benefits and risks for the health care system. 89 more words


RESEARCH: New Data demonstrates the potential for health advisory services and second opinions to optimize outcomes and avoid needless expense.

New data from PinnacleCare reveals the value of a second opinion in health care

BALTIMORE, Feb. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Mary Rockland* was in a panic when she learned that she was diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. 617 more words


All the things: dilemmas, frustrations, limitations

So: the transcripts are all done and I need to pay more attention to the analysis now. I’ve been doing this anyway, particularly going back-and forth with the the transcripts to the literature in an iterative process. 423 more words


Putting my argument up front would have made my presentation better

I attended a workshop by Nick Hopwood on presenting qualitative research. It was full of tips and strategies – check out the storify – and useful frameworks; Hammersley’s… 918 more words

Julie Mooney-Somers

Hip Hop Feminism

Play with X-Mind.

From: Lindsey, Treva B. “Let Me Blow Your Mind Hip Hop Feminist Futures in Theory and Praxis.” Urban Education 50, no. 1 (January 1, 2015): 52–77. doi:10.1177/0042085914563184.


Often Overlooked Issues with Sweets in Studies

Here are a few tips if you’ve gotten ethical approval and are now allowed collect data for a study. If offering participants sweets as compensation for their time, I like to make sure there is a vegan option. 271 more words


Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices Article Published

Finally James Hewison’s and my article about risk taking in the teaching and learning of Contact Improvisation has been published.

Grounded in Csikszentmihalyi’s flow theory, the focus of this study was to examine the role of flow as a framework for optimizing the practice of risk-taking in the teaching and learning of contact improvisation in higher education, and to better enable students to take the creative, physical and psychological risks associated with that practice. 106 more words