Biodiversity reaches through time and across the land, air and sea. It’s demonstrative of how diverse life on planet Earth is, has been and can be. This knowledge can illuminate how climate disruption, habitat loss […]
Month: March 2021
How should we support living organ donors during a worldwide pandemic?
Transplant programs and potential donors have faced hard questions about risk tolerance due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These are some of the questions that researchers from Drexel University’s College of Medicine and Dornsife School of Public Health posed to prior and prospective organ donors across the United States.
Bottom Line Is Important But Ethical Standards Shouldn’t Be Ignored
Written by Mary Mawritz, PhD, an associate professor of Management at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business, the following opinion piece discusses why bottom line success is important and should be considered in decision-making, but […]
How Can Hospitals Shorten Post-Surgery Stays?
Anyone who has ever had surgery knows that the most important question for a patient, after the reassurance of a successful inpatient procedure, is how long it will take before returning home. While the performance […]