Washburn University Institutional Repository
The Washburn University Institutional Repository (WU IR), managed by the University Libraries, is a digital repository offering a central location for the deposit, maintenance and long-term preservation of the research and other scholarly production of the Washburn University Community. WU IR also holds digitized items of value from the University Libraries Department of Special Collections and Archives that highlight the history, nature and culture of the University. One of our key missions is to ensure that these scholarly and creative endeavors are accessible to the widest possible audience. Candidates for deposit in WU IR include journal articles, conference papers, instructional resources, student projects, theses, dissertations, university archival materials, and more. For more information about submitting your work to WU IR, please contact us at email@example.com.
Communities in WU IR
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The Effects of App-Delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) on Sleep Quality, Dysfunctional Beliefs, and Sleep Hygiene Sleep quality is correlated with physical and mental health and is an important target for overall well-being. CBT-I is an evidence-based strategy to improve sleep quality; however, shortage of qualified providers, ...
Newsletter of the Friends of Mabee Library.
This thesis discusses the disparities of minorities in health care occupations and the lack of enrollment in higher education courses that lead to these professions. The paper will discuss the disadvantages and advantages ...
Course delivery must be impactful and meaningful to students to facilitate the learning process.Most health care professional programs utilize traditional delivery methods that focus on lecturebased presentations secondary ...
Concern is growing among the industry leaders at the American Health Information Management Association due to technological advancements within the rapidly changing healthcare industry. For this reason, the American Health ...