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  • A vote and vaccinate initiative: Barriers to development and implementation 

    Kayl, Pamela (2017-05-13)
    Objective: To discuss the development, lessons learned, and barriers to full implementation of a community influenza vaccination program, utilizing the Vote and Vaccinate strategy. Design: Utilize a community coalition ...
  • A vote and vaccinate initiative: Barriers to development and implementation 

    Kayl, Pamela; Carrico, Catherine (2017-05-13)
    Objective: To discuss the development, lessons learned, and barriers to full implementation of a community influenza vaccination program, utilizing the Vote and Vaccinate strategy. Design: Utilize a community coalition ...
  • The Theme of Search in May Swenson's Poetry 

    Davenport, Mary Aaron O.S.B. (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1969)
    May Swenson, a Utah native and a New York City resident, is a relatively unknown contemporary American poet who is beginning to gain momentum in literary circles. Her poetry can best be described as gay and sober, enlightening ...
  • Development and Evaluation of a Radiation Safety Program in the NICU 

    Wallingford, Kristina DNP, APRN, NNP-BC; Rubarth, Lori Baas PhD, APRN, NNP-BC (2017-05-13)
    Advancements in medical care have resulted in births of decreased gestation and higher acuity. With increased acuity comes an increase in diagnostic testing, including radiologic imaging. Although X-rays are necessary, ...
  • Milton and Prose: The Art of Logic as a Rhetoric 

    Fender, Eldin C. (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1968)
    The purpose of my thesis is to present an inductive study of John Milton's theory of rhetoric. Milton's theory of rhetoric may be established by a consideration of the rhetorical practices and theories of the sixteenth and ...

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