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Donna Wilson and Marcus Conyers recently presented a paper at the 2014 Conference on Implementation Science in Cambridge, England, discussing how innovative graduate degree programs that focus
Educational psychologist and author Donna Wilson, who spoke at a gathering of national and state educational leaders earlier this month, provided insights into the cognitive potential of young
At the upcoming Learning & the Brain® educational conference in Boston, MA, the 2013 Transforming Education Through Neuroscience Award will be presented to Dr. David B.
An overwhelming majority of Albertans believe dying adults should have the right to request to end their life.
CINCINNATI, May 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- After more than two decades of successfully leading some of the country's best programming, marketing and promotion departments, Donna Wilson has been appointed vice president and general manager of KJRH, the Scripps-owned NBC affiliate in Tulsa, Okla. Wilson's first day at the station will be June 16.
Trying to walk on a plastic swimming pool cover gave a doe and her fawn on Canada's Vancouver Island a wet and near-fatal experience. Homeowner Jim Smith called for animal rescue help Tuesday when he spotted the two deer thrashing around in his pool with the plastic solar heating cover in disarray in the town of Saanich, the Victoria Times-Colonist reported. While waiting for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals staff to arrive, Smith fashioned a lasso out of a garden hose and...
A growing number of terminally ill Canadians are choosing to die at home instead of in hospitals or nursing homes, a University of Alberta study showed. UA nursing faculty member Dr.
Hospitals across Canada are seeking ways to free up beds. University of Alberta researcher Donna Wilson has a suggestion: people should be encouraged to die at home rather than in hospital.
As a way to help free up hospital beds, a Canadian researcher suggests people should be encouraged to die at home rather than in a hospital. University of Alberta researcher Donna Wilson says that there's been a dramatic change in the location of death of Canadians.
By Nancy Hull, St. Joseph News-Press, Mo. Jul. 15--Donna Wilson looks at the price of apples and cauliflower at the grocery store and sees one thing: the worsening of an already alarming childhood obesity problem. "Grapes are $7 a pound now.
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