Clinical Research

Tips on Coping with Daylight Saving

Daylight saving was established in the United States in 1918 to save energy and experience more daylight during waking hours. Today, it has become more controversial as it no longer saves energy, potentially detrimentally impacts health and productivity, and some states, including Arizona, already do not observe the tradition (Blakemore, 2018). Adjusting to daylight saving […]

Mar 25, 2019
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Clinical Research vs. Medical Treatment

When a patient comes into a facility for a clinical research study, it can look and feel a lot like going to a regular appointment with your doctor. For example, you check in at a front desk, fill out paperwork, someone checks your vitals signs, maybe you have blood work done, you meet with a […]

Jan 15, 2019
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Suicide Prevention: The Columbia Protocol

This past week we were able to attend the 2018 Nevada Mental and Behavioral Health Symposium. The Symposium’s theme, “Suicide is Everybody’s Business”, was a call-to-action for professionals who are key leaders in suicide prevention to come together and focus on a community approach to prevention. Suicide affects communities on all levels, and prevention, as […]

Oct 17, 2018