Two research training programs at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio School of Nursing are introducing Bachelor of Science in Nursing students to skills and experiences most often reserved for nurses pursuing an advanced degree.
The UT Health San Antonio School of Dentistry has opened a special-care dental clinic, the first of its kind in an academic setting in South Texas that will serve people of all ages with intellectual, developmental, cognitive or physical disabilities.
It is a far cry from the traditionally thought-of “vegetative state” in which the mind is absent while the body lives on. Indeed, it is the opposite. Children with “locked-in syndrome,” unable to move or speak, are awake and fully aware of their surroundings.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, employees are increasingly seeking personal fulfillment and increased value from their jobs, according to workplace research groups LinkedIn, Gallup and Gartner. This includes the feeling of a strong and shared purpose. They want to be able to share their talents and be stimulated and valued. In addition to aligning with a personal mission, job stability and security also are vital factors driving satisfaction.
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