Distance Learning has been around as long as people could send letters, but online degrees have gotten a lot of attention in the last 15 years. What started as online schools sprouting up as an alternative to traditional Universities has turned into respected brick-and-mortar universities offering online programs.
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What happens when an emergency room encounters more patients than it can accommodate? MHA@GW, the online master of health administration offered through the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University, created the below infographic to help explain why ER overcrowding happens and who it hurts. In addition to detailing some of […]
Article contributed by: Emily Newhook, Community Relations Manager for MHA@GW at The Milken Institute School of Public Health at The George Washington University Defining Adverse Medical Events Mistakes can happen anywhere, but when it comes to fields like health care – where errors can have life-threatening consequences – we hold people to a higher standard. An adverse […]