Public Health

Public Health

Public health touches everyone's personal lives--from water quality to health insurance to traffic laws. But how does it intersect with various research professions?

Created by Amy Case · 3 years ago

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Industrial Organizational (I/O) Psychology: The Study of Workplace Behavior

Industrial Organizational (I/O) Psychology: The Study of Workplace Behavior

This hub is a place to share topics, comments, and research pertaining to workplace behaviors, human resources, employee training, and organizational development.

Created by Rae Dixon · 9 months ago

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Evidence Based Public Health

Evidence Based Public Health

In the past 10 years, nearly 1 million epidemiological studies have been published in peer-reviewed journals, but are their findings having any real impact? Do epidemiologists view encouraging application of their findings as a high priority? Do practitioners consult and understand epidemiological f...

Created by Amy Case · 2 years ago

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Referendum Research

Referendum Research

Referendum research is a field of study that examines the origins, design, implementation, and effects of referendums in different contexts and countries. Referendum research covers topics such as the history and types of referendums, the reasons and motivations for holding or participating in refer...

Created by Goran Shibakovs... · 4 months ago

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Ethical problems in academic peer review

Ethical problems in academic peer review

Innovative research often challenges established doctrines and encounters resistance from peer reviewers and established scholars. It's crucial to acknowledge that many established scholars align themselves with mainstream theories not necessarily due to genuine conviction, but to protect their prof...

Created by Yue Liu · 7 months ago

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