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How To Study Effectively? 10 Best Study Techniques | USAHS

Is your current study method reading a textbook repeatedly, hoping something will stick? If so, do you find yourself stressed out because you can’t memorize such a vast quantity of information in such a short time? As a grad student, it’s imperative to develop effective time management and study techniques to help you retain the

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Determining the Cost of Your Advanced Education

A post-graduate education is a great way to enhance your career prospects, especially in the field of health sciences. But there are many things to consider before taking the plunge, not least of all the financial cost of pursuing a graduate program. Of course, not all programs are designed equally, and when you settle on

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PhD vs. EdD in Education: How Do I Choose?

Aspiring educators can pursue an advanced degree if they want a more prominent teaching position. If you’re interested in a high-level career in education, you have two doctoral degree options: a Doctor of Education (EdD)or a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).  In this guide, we highlight key differences in curricula, prerequisite requirements, application processes and typical

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Doctorate in Education Salary and Career Outlook

Obtaining your Doctor of Education (EdD) degree is a smart choice for career earning power and job growth. Doctorate in education salary levels are impressive, with some postsecondary teaching specialties touting annual salaries of over $100,000. Expected job growth in EdD careers is equally appealing, with some sectors of postsecondary teaching expected to increase 24%

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Alumna Honored with AOTA Roster of Fellows Award

Elizabeth (“Beth”) Fain, EdD, OTR/L, FAOTA, is an occupational therapy educator who earned her Doctor of Education degree in 2014 from USAHS. In April, she was presented with the Roster of Fellows Award, one of the most prestigious honors given by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).  “It’s kind of like a lifetime achievement award,”

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General or Specialized EdD Program: Which is right for you? | USAHS

  The Doctor of Education (EdD) degree opens doors to roles in teaching and educational leadership across a wide variety of settings. Because the career options for a candidate with this doctoral degree are broad, so are the options for study. General EdD programs are available, as well as programs that are specialized on subjects

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Double Robots Are Now On All USAHS Campuses

  USAHS now has a Double 3 telepresence robot from Double Robotics on each of our five campuses. Faculty across programs can begin using this cutting-edge technology in their simulation classes in our Centers for Innovative Clinical Learning (CICPs), as well as other learning contexts. The Double 3 telepresence robot is a recent advancement in

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EdD vs. PhD in Education: What’s the Difference & How to Choose

Aspiring educators can pursue higher education if they want a more prominent teaching position. For those who aren’t aware, there are at least four degree options you can choose from. There’s an Associate’s degree, Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree, and Doctoral Degree. With an Associate’s Degree, you can teach pre-school, become a substitute teacher, or even

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EdD Graduates Teach About the Opioid Crisis

You’ve heard the alarming statistics: The CDC reports that on an average day, 130 Americans die from an opioid overdose. In 2017, the number of overdose deaths involving opioids was six times higher than in 1999.[1] In fact, today, accidental drug overdoses are the leading cause of death of Americans under 50, with two-thirds of

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5 Free Printable Student Planners

Learning how to manage your time and stay organized in graduate school is imperative to your success. Graduate level coursework tends to be very involved, requiring extensive reading and homework. You will be expected to work independently, stay motivated, and monitor your progress on your own. Cramming the night before will not cut it when

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How Laughter Can Relieve Stress + Ideas to Laugh it Off

Stress can creep up on us in different ways. Students pursuing graduate degrees in health sciences especially have to deal with a lot of stress balancing rigorous classes, work and their personal lives. While stress is a normal part of life, we want to mitigate it where we can so that we keep a healthy

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