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Pedagogy would like to introduce our new author Coleen Elmers!
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Anyone can be infected with noroviruses and get sick.
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Brain health and better sleep have been in the news. How to sleep well or sleep better is a common question asked by millions.
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Fall Prevention | 11/29/2012
Fall prevention expert and Pedagogy author Dr. Rein Tideiksaar addresses medication use and falls.

The prevention of falls is a complex issue, requiring the investigation of many possibilities of why falls may happen with a particular individual.  Medication use may be a catalyst in the cause of falls, but Dr. Rein also addresses the topic of medication non-adherence, which may also be at the root of falls.

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Doctor Advocates “Whole-Person” Care

It has only been 20 years since the first required medical school course was offered on the topic of spirituality and health.  It was pioneered by Christina Puchalski at George Washington University.  Today almost all medical schools have such courses, but nurses and health care workers still feel ill-prepared to venture into areas of spirituality and faith when it comes to caring for patients.

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November is American Diabetes Month!  Don’t Just Sit There, Jump Up And Celebrate!

Why should you jump up and celebrate that November is American Diabetes Month?  Because a recent study involving nearly 800,000 participants published in Diabetologia this week concluded that, even for people who exercise, sitting for long periods of time significantly raises the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and premature death. 

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Study by British Nursing Students Found Hospitals Ill Equipped to Care For Dementia Patients

A recent group of nursing students in the United Kingdom found that hospitals are ill equipped to handle the needs of patients suffering with dementia.  The students reported that nurses described feeling out of touch with their demented population, and had trouble understanding their basic needs, such as nutrition. 

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Pedagogy author Maureen Sullivan is featured in a Nurse.com online article. “On World Diabetes Day, Nov. 14, a woman will deliver a message based on the old adage, "Laughter is the best medicine.
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Pedagogy’s Online Education Courses Prevent Hospital Readmissions
 
Pedagogy, Inc., today’s most innovative provider of online educational courses, has a broad range of educational courses designed to address the healthcare issues most likely to lead to hospital readmissions. 

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Pedagogy Inc's President and CEO explains what I.V. certification means for LPN/LVN and RNs
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