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  • Trust, human-centric artificial intelligence and collaboration are the focus of the first RAISE Health Symposium News Center |

    AI experts discuss how to integrate robust AI into healthcare, why interdisciplinary collaboration is critical, and the potential of generative AI in research. Feifei Li and Lloyd Minor gave opening remarks at the inaugural RAISE Health Symposium at Stanford University School of Medicine on May 1...
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  • North Carolina child care model ‘unsustainable’, heading towards financial cliff, leaders warn

    State health leaders say child care is already hard to come by in North Carolina and could become even more scarce later this year if state and federal action is taken. The problem, they say, is that the business model is “unsustainable” coupled with the cessation of federal pandemic ...
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  • Anti-biofilm effect and stimulation of healing of silver nitrate dressings

    Thank you for visiting Nature.com. The version of browser you are using has limited CSS support. For best results, we recommend that you use a newer version of your browser (or disable Compatibility Mode in Internet Explorer). In the meantime, to ensure ongoing support, we are displaying the site...
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  • Faculty of Nursing and Education are collaborating to obtain a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services grant to improve graduate nursing education.

    Faculty from Purdue University’s School of Education and the School of Nursing in the College of Health and Human Sciences have received a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to help train registered ...
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  • Baby Your Baby – One Day CPR and Car Seat Safety Course for Infants

    Babies usually have healthy hearts. But if a child stops breathing, has difficulty breathing, has an unknown heart condition, or is seriously injured, their heart may stop beating. Performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can greatly improve the chances of survival of a child whose heart ha...
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  • Do you really use a device to look at biopsies

    We know that in some plant and animal cells it is necessary to use a microscope for observation. Therefore, the use of bioslicing is inevitable. However, many users do not know how to use bioslicing better. Therefore, I would like to take this opportunity to explain to you how to use bioslicing p...
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  • Biological specimens help students better grasp knowledge

    Biological specimens play an important role in students’ learning of biological knowledge, they can provide intuitive and practical learning materials to help students better understand and grasp biological concepts. Here are a few ways that biological specimens can help students learn: 1. ...
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  • Dental teaching model

    This position paper examines historical changes and current trends in dental education and practice and attempts to predict the future. Dental education and practice, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, is at a crossroads. The future is shaped by four fundamental forces: the rising c...
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  • Human care training

    We are looking for talented, experienced and dedicated professionals to join us to learn, discover, heal and create together. Total Rewards is our comprehensive approach to rewarding our employees. This includes compensation, health plans, education benefits, retirement plans and more. We provide...
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  • Analysis of specimen model manufacturers why there is damage

    The phenomenon of specimen model damage can be mainly attributed to the following reasons: Environmental factors: Changes in temperature and humidity in the natural environment have a significant impact on the specimen model. For example, too much temperature may cause the skin of a taxidermy spe...
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  • Bioslicing manufacturers: Explore the process of plant growth

    Bioslicing companies play a key role in exploring the process of plant growth. They use technology and equipment to transform the microscopic structure of plants into beautiful slices for researchers and students to study in depth. These slices not only show the complex structure of plant cells, ...
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  • How do specimen models keep plants alive?

    The key to keeping plant specimen models alive is fine production and proper preservation. Here are some suggestions: First, when collecting plants, choose fresh and complete samples to avoid pests and damage. It should be processed immediately after collection to maintain the original appearance...
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