How COVID-19 is Forcing Higher Education to Go Online

The global spread of the novel coronavirus is forcing institutes of higher education to implement online learning programs. To stop the spread of the virus, schools were shut down, and many college students were forced...
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New CARES Act Provides Funding for Education Technology

The CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act) recently signed by President Trump has provided many businesses and individuals with some much needed financial assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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How Medical Schools Can Effectively Reach More Rural Students

The United States is currently facing a critical shortage of doctors and nurses. A shortage of more than 120,000 physicians is expected by the year 2030. The shortage is already affecting cities across the world, but...
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How to Manage a Mass Disaster Simulation

When disaster strikes, EMTs and other first responders need to jump into action immediately. Emergency response personnel need to be ready to act swiftly in the face of any disaster, especially situations they’ve never...
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Why Empathy is an Important Skill for Medical Students to Learn

Compassionate care in the medical field is an essential part of patient care and compassionate bedside manner, which includes empathy, is crucial for a patient’s recovery.
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