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Herpes Simplex Virus Whole Genome Sequencing For Antiviral Resistance In A Child With Dock8 Deficiency And Chronic Infection, Sean Stout 2019 Children's Mercy Hospital

Herpes Simplex Virus Whole Genome Sequencing For Antiviral Resistance In A Child With Dock8 Deficiency And Chronic Infection, Sean Stout

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Genetic Predisposition To Neonatal Disseminated Herpes Simplex Virus Infection, Lauren E. Cummings 2019 Children's Mercy Hospital

Genetic Predisposition To Neonatal Disseminated Herpes Simplex Virus Infection, Lauren E. Cummings

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Chronic Cavitary Pulmonary Aspergillosis With Aspergilloma In A Previously Healthy Teenager, Michael D. McDowell Jr 2019 Children's Mercy Hospital and Clinics

Chronic Cavitary Pulmonary Aspergillosis With Aspergilloma In A Previously Healthy Teenager, Michael D. Mcdowell Jr

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Who Codes In The Nicu: An Analysis Of Differences Between Neonatal Code Blue Events And Rapid Responses And Subsequent Outcome, Danielle N. Gonzales 2019 Children's Mercy Hospital Kansas City

Who Codes In The Nicu: An Analysis Of Differences Between Neonatal Code Blue Events And Rapid Responses And Subsequent Outcome, Danielle N. Gonzales

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Quality Improvement: Implementing A Diabetic Foot Exam To Improve Quality Of Care For Youth With Diabetes Mellitus, Emily Paprocki 2019 Children's Mercy Hospital

Quality Improvement: Implementing A Diabetic Foot Exam To Improve Quality Of Care For Youth With Diabetes Mellitus, Emily Paprocki

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Improving Handoffs By Incorporating A Standardized Ipass Section Into The Written Handoff Document, Susamita Kesh, Kristin Streiler 2019 Children's Mercy Hospital

Improving Handoffs By Incorporating A Standardized Ipass Section Into The Written Handoff Document, Susamita Kesh, Kristin Streiler

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Medication Timeliness In Emergency Department In Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease Population Presenting With Vaso-Occlusive Episode, Derrick L. Goubeaux 2019 Children's Mercy Hospital

Medication Timeliness In Emergency Department In Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease Population Presenting With Vaso-Occlusive Episode, Derrick L. Goubeaux

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Improving Nicu Referrals To The Missouri Early Intervention Program (First Steps)​, Luke Prest MD 2019 Children's Mercy Hospital

Improving Nicu Referrals To The Missouri Early Intervention Program (First Steps)​, Luke Prest Md

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Implementation Of Hpv Vaccination For Child And Adolescent Victims Of Non-Acute Sexual Assault/Abuse, Sara Kilbride 2019 Children's Mercy Hospital

Implementation Of Hpv Vaccination For Child And Adolescent Victims Of Non-Acute Sexual Assault/Abuse, Sara Kilbride

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Decreased Antibiotic Use In Well-Appearing Infants Exposed To Maternal Chorioamnionitis, Lauren E. Cummings 2019 Children's Mercy Hospital

Decreased Antibiotic Use In Well-Appearing Infants Exposed To Maternal Chorioamnionitis, Lauren E. Cummings

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Resident Great Catches: Recognizing Resident Physicians, Susamita Kesh, Kristin Streiler 2019 Children's Mercy Hospital

Resident Great Catches: Recognizing Resident Physicians, Susamita Kesh, Kristin Streiler

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A Review Of First Year Fellow Endoscopic Skills And Time To Proficiency, Dalya El Tawil, Antoinette Adjowa O. Walker 2019 Children's Mercy Hospital

A Review Of First Year Fellow Endoscopic Skills And Time To Proficiency, Dalya El Tawil, Antoinette Adjowa O. Walker

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Moderating Effect Of Homeschooling On Retention And Academic Achievement Of Stem Majors At A Private, Faith-Based, Liberal Arts College, Aresia Watson 2019 The University of Southern Mississippi

Moderating Effect Of Homeschooling On Retention And Academic Achievement Of Stem Majors At A Private, Faith-Based, Liberal Arts College, Aresia Watson

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Previous research has indicated that homeschooling is a growing trend within the U.S. Previous research has also indicated that less than one half of students who begin a STEM major at postsecondary institutions will complete their degree. This study sought to look at the possible moderating effect homeschooling has on the academic achievement and retention of STEM majors at a private, faith-based liberal arts college using a modified version of Tinto’s Model of Student Departure.

Independent sample t-tests were used to compare means and intercorrelations of homeschooled students and traditionally schooled students in unmatched and matched samples for ...


Bringing Stem Resources To Underprivileged Students, Ethan Haque '21, Juan Chiu '21, Natalie Oliven '21, Delicia Chen '21 2019 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Bringing Stem Resources To Underprivileged Students, Ethan Haque '21, Juan Chiu '21, Natalie Oliven '21, Delicia Chen '21

Student Leadership Exchange (SLX)

The Goal of our project is to address the lack of STEM education in lower-income communities caused by a lack of fun and easy to use resources. These centers will contain resources such as fun stem projects and workbooks that allow students to enjoy learning essential STEM-related topics. We intend to do this by implementing Little Stem Centers in school libraries and community centers. That benefit most of our potential partners as our solution provides a low-cost solution to stem materials that can be replenished and repaired easily using commonly found recyclables. The product will be sold to local school ...


Seeing The World Differently. An Exploration Of A Professional Development Model Bridging Science And Lay Cultures, Michael D. Garrett 2019 East Tennessee State University

Seeing The World Differently. An Exploration Of A Professional Development Model Bridging Science And Lay Cultures, Michael D. Garrett

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This study explores the rationale, efficacy, and social validity of a professional development model designed to move elementary school science activities closer to the practices of working scientists as required by the United States’ “Next Generation Science Standards.” The model is culturally sensitive and aims to create experiences with high subjective task value. The formal theory of change uses scaffolding, Piagetian agency, and Vygotskian learning opportunities to argue that culturally familiar representational tasks in culturally natural intersubjective contexts can lead to work prototypical of scientific modeling under particular facilitation conditions: when participants (a) are allowed free use of their cognitive ...


2019 Imsaloquium: Student Inquiry And Research Program And Imsa Internship Program, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy 2019 Illinois Math and Science Academy

2019 Imsaloquium: Student Inquiry And Research Program And Imsa Internship Program, Illinois Mathematics And Science Academy

IMSAloquium Abstract Booklets

Welcome to IMSAloquium 2019! This is IMSA’s 32nd year of leading in educational innovation, the 31st year of the IMSA Student Inquiry and Research (SIR) Program, and the first year of the newly imagined IMSA Internship Program.


Students' Perceptions Of Stem Learning After Participating In A Summer Informal Learning Experience, Thomas Roberts, Christa Jackson, Margaret J. Mohr-Schroeder, Sarah B. Bush, Cathrine Maiorca, Maureen Cavalcanti, D. Craig Schroeder, Ashley Delaney, Lydia Putnam, Chase Cremeans 2019 Bowling Green State University

Students' Perceptions Of Stem Learning After Participating In A Summer Informal Learning Experience, Thomas Roberts, Christa Jackson, Margaret J. Mohr-Schroeder, Sarah B. Bush, Cathrine Maiorca, Maureen Cavalcanti, D. Craig Schroeder, Ashley Delaney, Lydia Putnam, Chase Cremeans

Christa Jackson

Background: Informal learning environments increase students’ interest in STEM (e.g., Mohr‐Schroeder et al. School Sci Math 114: 291–301, 2014) and increase the chances a student will pursue a STEM career (Kitchen et al. Sci Educ 102: 529–547, 2018). The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of an informal STEM summer learning experience on student participants, to gain in-depth perspectives about how they felt this experience prepared them for their in-school mathematics and science classes as well as how it influenced their perception of STEM learning. Students’ attitudes and perceptions toward STEM are affected ...


General Aviation Weather Encounter Case Studies, John M. Lanicci, Massoud Bazargan, Daniel Halperin, Scott Shappell, Jaclyn Baron, Rebecca Iden, Carla Hackworth, Kali Holcomb 2019 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

General Aviation Weather Encounter Case Studies, John M. Lanicci, Massoud Bazargan, Daniel Halperin, Scott Shappell, Jaclyn Baron, Rebecca Iden, Carla Hackworth, Kali Holcomb

Scott Shappell

This study presents a compilation of 24 cases involving general aviation (GA) pilots’ weather encounters over the continental U.S. The project team interviewed pilots who had experienced a weather encounter, and we examined their backgrounds, flight experience, and weather encounter details. Results from meteorological data analysis for each weather encounter were consistent with findings of larger GA weather accident studies in terms of the types of hazards encountered and flight phase during which the encounters occurred. Investigation of pilot weather products and the sources from which they were obtained revealed a lack of uniformity of pre-flight data sources and ...


Review Of The Piaac Numeracy Assessment Framework: Final Report, Dave Tout, Diana Coben, Vince Geiger, Lynda Ginsburg, Kees Hoogland, Terry Maguire, Sue Thomson, Ross Turner 2019 Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)

Review Of The Piaac Numeracy Assessment Framework: Final Report, Dave Tout, Diana Coben, Vince Geiger, Lynda Ginsburg, Kees Hoogland, Terry Maguire, Sue Thomson, Ross Turner

Ross Turner

The Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC) is an international assessment of the proficiency of adults (aged 16-65 years) in key information processing skills (reading, numeracy and Problem Solving in Technology-Rich Environments). The PIAAC Survey of Adult Skills has revealed that a considerable number of adults in OECD countries possess only limited literacy and numeracy skills. The OECD is currently reviewing the content of the frameworks and cognitive assessment instruments for the 2nd cycle of PIAAC ready for delivery in 2021-22. This report is the result of a review of the numeracy construct and assessment in PIAAC ...


Retention Rates In A Hbcu Community, Rian Stallings 2019 Lincoln University, Jefferson City Missouri

Retention Rates In A Hbcu Community, Rian Stallings

Show Your Stripes Research and Creative Showcase

This project determines the impact of federally funded STEM programs on retention rates of the underrepresented minority (URM) returning to their HBCU after 2 semesters. A statistical analysis of university data will determine if there is a significant difference in the retention rates of the URM majoring in STEM who participate in federally funded STEM programs vs. URMs majoring in STEM who do not participate in STEM programs. Previous researchers found students well prepared academically but with unmet basic needs were more likely to transfer and more access to scholarships increase the likelihood of returning to school tied into financial ...


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