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Todd E. Anthony, PhD | Boston Children’s Hospital

Todd E. Anthony, PhD | Boston Children’s Hospital

I’m Todd Anthony, I’m an assistant professor here at Boston Children’s Hospital in the departments of psychiatry and neurology, and my lab as part of the Kirby neurobiology center here at Children’s. [MUSIC PLAYING] Children who grew up in very stressful environments can often go on to experience anxiety disorders and a whole host of […]

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Becoming A Doctor Is Not For Everyone

Becoming A Doctor Is Not For Everyone

So, my name is Anna Brown and I’m a medical student at Duke but working here at the NIH for the year and we’re in the molecular imaging clinic. Which is a clinic that focuses on different types of cancer and developing new imaging agents to look at the cancer. This year I’m focusing on […]

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Why pursue a PhD in Nursing?

Why pursue a PhD in Nursing?

The PhD program here at the University Wisconsin-Madison prepares nurses to be researchers. The goal is really to develop the knowledge base that will be used to guide practice and to improve health. I wanted to address some of my compelling research questions about health. I also want to learn the skills necessary to take […]

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Nursing: Types of Research

Nursing: Types of Research

At this point in your nursing career you’ve likely heard of evidence-based practice. It involves integrating your knowledge with the patient’s condition and the existing research to make decisions. If Andrew told his patient he was going to use a new technique to provide an injection and, not to worry, he saw it done on […]

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