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Exploring the Impact of Structural Empowerment in Long-Term Care
(University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2019)
Nurses employed in long-term care settings have the highest rate to leave their positions within a year compared to other healthcare workers. Ensuring workforce stability in long-term care is a growing challenge for ...
Understanding reservation hunger : food acquisition and food security among the northern Cheyenne
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
The Northern Cheyenne represent a group that experiences poverty and hunger at an exceptionally high level. As an extreme case study, this project adds conceptually and methodologically to food provisioning literature by ...
Growth and development with special reference to domestic animals. XV, Energy and nitrogen metabolism during the first year of postnatal life
(University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1930)
Impact of a novel relaxation method of touch on neonatal neurobehavioral development among very preterm infants
Infants born very preterm (< 30 weeks estimated gestational age [EGA]) annually and are at greatest risk to develop significant neurodevelopmental abnormalities. These neurodevelopmental abnormalities are the result of ...
Schedule of courses : fall semester, 1969-70
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1969)
An Interdisciplinary Health Disparities Research and Intervention Strategy Applied to the Problem of Pediatric Asthma in Kansas City
records (EHR) for asthma-related encounters occurring between 2000 and 2012. Spatial indicators of the burden in pediatric asthma were developed from the 2012 sample including census tract incidence and prevalence rate estimates. The third chapter develops...
Faculty burnout and its relationship to social and institutional support
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2020)
The purpose of this sequential explanatory study was to determine if there was a relationship between faculty burnout, social support, institutional support, or salary, as well as establish if any college at a regional ...
Mizzou, volume 103, number 3 (2015 Spring)
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 2015)
Mizzou, volume 099, number 03 (2011 Spring)
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 2011)
When theories of psychology and composition intersect : a case study of Schoenberg, Dutilleux, and Lansky
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2020)
Although music had been understood for centuries to affect and even express certain psychological states, the method of observation and study essential to the evolving field of psychology and neuroscience in the twentieth ...
Charles Perrault : memoirs of my life
(University of Missouri Press, 1989)
little of the anecdotal information about his upbringing or childhood experiences that would be natural to include in a family history. Instead, Perrault focused upon his career, offering observations on the various situations he had encountered...
Crying in the wilderness : the outlaw and poet in Ben Hecht's militant Zionism
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
During the Second World War, the American journalist and screenwriter Ben Hecht had been one of the lone voices to break the silence about the Nazi Holocaust. Then, in 1947, Hecht shocked and outraged people across the world when he called...
Nursing Faculty Perspectives Regarding the Effectiveness of Prelicensure Nursing Education
New graduate registered nurse unreadiness for professional practice is a growing, critical global issue that threatens public safety. While research has associated this academic under-preparation to preventable medical ...
An Original Institutionalist Approach to the Structure, Conduct, and Performance of the Pharmaceutical Industry: The Importance of Intangible Assets
This dissertation presents an examination of the pharmaceutical industry with a primary focus on the importance of intangible assets from the original institutional economics perspective. This is done in three main ...
Feminizing Grief: Victorian Women and the Appropriation of Mourning
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2016)
The Victorians didn’t invent the culture of mourning. But they certainly codified how the culture of grief should be one largely shouldered and sustained by women. Mourning rules for women were characterized by restraint ...
Crafting the cake beneath the frosting: The editor's role in city magazine redesigns
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2014)
This research explored reasons that city and regional magazines opt to redesign today, and what editors hope to accomplish as they re-envision content. It also examined what the redesign process entails and trends that ...
John Donne : an annotated bibliography of modern criticism, 1912-1967
(University of Missouri Press, 1973)
The aim of this bibliography is to provide students of John Donne with a much needed research tool. This study is the first to collect and annotate the extensive criticism and scholarship on Donne written in this century. ...
Turbulent partnership : Missouri and the Union, 1861-1865
(University of Missouri Press, 1963)
Allan Nevins pointed out that Missouri was "of critical importance to the salvation of the Union" in the Civil War. The richest and most heavily populated state of the trans-Mississippi West, Missouri was the key to ...
Beyond Prima Donna: Pauline Viardot’s Collaboration on Meyerbeer’s Le Prophète, Gounod’s Sapho, and Berlioz’s Arrangement of Orphée
learned collaboration from her family, and then used her salon as a way to implement this skill through the promotion of young composers. Chapters Three, Four, and Five turn to an analyses of her roles in Le prophète (Fidès), Sapho (Sapho), and Orphée...
Missouri alumnus, volume 045, number 08 (1957 May)
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 1957)