Tag Archives: practice

Multilevel Interventions in Health Care Conference: Keynote address by W. Richard Scott, PhD

>>>DR. KALUZNY: Why don’t we begin. It really is a personal privilege for me to introduce Dick Scott. I’ve known, worked with him a number of years. On a very personal note, I think I first encountered the name Scott with Scott & Blau when I was a graduate student at another university, the University… Read More »

Are You a ‘Practising’ Catholic? – Fr. Kris Schmidt

Nope. Fortunately or unfortunately you’ve got him in line for practice. So let’s start the way we always practice. Welcome to practice. They say practice makes perfect. But in basketball, arguably the greatest of all time, Michael Jordan said that you can practice for eight hours a day but if you don’t practice well then… Read More »

The Big Questions – Immigration – Lynch School of Education

One of the distinctive features of the Lynch School of Education at Boston College is the emphasis on justice that, as a Jesuit University, we’ve always been concerned with trying to serve others: men and women in service of others is one of the mottos of the Jesuits and with immigration we pursue that emphasis… Read More »

INTERVIEW TIPS for New and Experienced NURSES

what’s up guys it’s nurse Blake here and I just wanted to take a few moments to share with you tips for a successful interview this is a critical part of your nursing journey and it’s always good to have some things in your back pocket whenever it comes to interviewing so I’ve been in… Read More »

Setting Professional Boundaries: Faculty Interview, Foundations

[MUSIC PLAYING] Hi, my name is Abby Rincon. I’m an instructor at City College of San Francisco. And I’m Tim Berthold, and I’m also a teacher at City College of San Francisco. And we wanted to talk with you a little bit today about the challenges of communicating, establishing, and maintaining healthy professional boundaries. And… Read More »