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Student Lifestyle Choices And Perceptions Of Stress Based On Majors, Nathan Robinson, Seth Andrews, Benjamin E. Yoder Dec 2016

Student Lifestyle Choices And Perceptions Of Stress Based On Majors, Nathan Robinson, Seth Andrews, Benjamin E. Yoder

Kinesiology and Allied Health Senior Research Projects

College students are often experience many stressors. This study was designed to look at perceived-stress and health habits with relation to academic department of undergraduate students at Cedarville University. The results of this study have implications for the Physical Activity and the Christian Life (PACL) class, offered on the Cedarville campus, in assessing its current curriculum and making potential future adjustments to the course. The objective of this study was to answer the question: “Do perceived stress levels within different academic departments affect health habits in Cedarville University undergraduate students?”

The study was conducted with a campus-wide, 27 question survey ...


Starting Locally, Thinking Globally As A Public Health Nurse, Heather Hall Nov 2016

Starting Locally, Thinking Globally As A Public Health Nurse, Heather Hall

Alumni Publications

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Pharm.D. Graduates Exceed Expectations, Beth Ford Nov 2016

Pharm.D. Graduates Exceed Expectations, Beth Ford

Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


Living Out Micah 6:8 As A Family Nurse Practitioner, Marcia (Knaus) Williams Nov 2016

Living Out Micah 6:8 As A Family Nurse Practitioner, Marcia (Knaus) Williams

Alumni Publications

No abstract provided.


School Of Pharmacy Inaugural Hooding Ceremony, Cedarville University May 2016

School Of Pharmacy Inaugural Hooding Ceremony, Cedarville University

Doctor of Pharmacy Hooding Ceremony

May 6, 2016


School Of Nursing Class Of 2016 Hooding And Pinning Ceremony, Cedarville University May 2016

School Of Nursing Class Of 2016 Hooding And Pinning Ceremony, Cedarville University

B.S.N. and M.S.N. Academic Celebrations

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Evaluating Interprofessional Fast Forward Rounds For Transition Of Care Education, Laura Cummings, Ashley J. Smith, Mike Pelyhes, Zachary Jenkins, Phillip L. Thornton, Maurice Lee, William Matcham Apr 2016

Evaluating Interprofessional Fast Forward Rounds For Transition Of Care Education, Laura Cummings, Ashley J. Smith, Mike Pelyhes, Zachary Jenkins, Phillip L. Thornton, Maurice Lee, William Matcham

The Research and Scholarship Symposium

Background: Interprofessional Education is gaining recognition by key pharmacy organizations for its value in healthcare education, producing various models for implementation among healthcare students and professionals. Unfolding cases incorporating transitions of care may improve student skills and attitudes toward interprofessional collaboration.

Objectives: This project assessed the efficacy of unfolding cases in improving interprofessional skills and attitudes among pharmacy, nursing, and social work students. The ultimate goal is to integrate this model, if proven effective, into the curricula of multiple health science centers.

Methodology: First, pharmacy, nursing, and social work students completed a pre-intervention survey regarding interprofessional skills and attitudes before ...


2016 Symposium Overview, Cedarville University Apr 2016

2016 Symposium Overview, Cedarville University

The Research and Scholarship Symposium

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The Impact Of A Flipped Classroom Compared To Lecture-Based Teaching On Achieving Course Outcomes, Melissa J. Beck, Akwasi Appiah, Jasmine Gunti, Victoria Bumgardner, Caleb Tang Apr 2016

The Impact Of A Flipped Classroom Compared To Lecture-Based Teaching On Achieving Course Outcomes, Melissa J. Beck, Akwasi Appiah, Jasmine Gunti, Victoria Bumgardner, Caleb Tang

The Research and Scholarship Symposium

Education is one of the most vital components that compose a modern society and as such, its improvement and optimization is always sought. This study investigates the efficacy between two learning methods in a graduate level biochemistry course: complete active learning and a hybrid of active and passive learning. Active learning is one method of achieving course outcomes with an emphasis on student responsibility through self-studying of course material followed by classroom discussion. In comparison, passive learning emphasizes instructor responsibility through didactic lecturing of course material. The aftermath results following a hybrid form of active and passive learning (in-class didactic ...