Current methods for health care education must be innovatively updated. What’s missing are compellingly real learning experiences for interprofessional health care teams in simulated environments that include patients and families, but where no patient is ever at risk.
What has happened to America that some two-bit megalomaniac from North Korea gets to tell us what movies we can and cannot see? Have we become such a nation of wimps that we are going to roll over for this treatment? Tell me when and where the movie is showing and I’ll go.
The lone wolf is the new national nightmare, dramatized and amplified this week by the hostage-taking attack in Sydney, Australia. But there are two kinds of lone wolves – the crazy and the evil – and the distinction is important.
Wichita knows how to show tourists and conventioneers a good time once they get here. Now it’s finally getting serious about attracting them, starting with ensuring that Go Wichita Convention and Visitors Bureau has more money for marketing.
The state likely had no choice but to limit admissions at Osawatomie State Hospital. But this drastic move to ease overcrowding could be harmful and dangerous, and the state needs to implement a long-term solution as soon as possible.
Wichita State University, which is exploring how to make its campus as secure as possible for its growing student body, has one obvious opportunity to build public trust – by posting online the names of registered offenders among its students and employees.
Rosolie had promised to feed himself to a 25-foot wild anaconda while a camera crew recorded every crushing moment. For a nation still struggling to recover from three live hours of “Peter Pan,” this was something to cheer for.