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Surveying Patients about Health Care Providers Is Likely of Little Use
Surveying Patients about Health Care Providers Is Likely of Little Use
WACO, Texas (July 16, 2018) — For anyone who has ever taken a survey after a medical appointment and wondered whether the effort was worthwhile, the answer is probably “No,” says a Baylor University psychologist. But a study of a new tool he developed suggests it works better than ...

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Board of Regents Welcomes New Members, Approves Renovations to Umphrey Law Center and Charles and Sandra Wallace Courtyard
Board of Regents Welcomes New Members, Approves Renovations to Umphrey Law Center and Charles and Sandra Wallace Courtyard
WACO, Texas (July 20, 2018) – During its regular July retreat meeting, the Baylor University Board of Regents welcomed new Board members, heard an update from Baylor President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., on the Illuminate Academic Strategic Plan and other University initiatives and approved $1.24 million gift for renovations to the Umphrey Law Center and Charles and Sandra Wallace Courtyard. The Board also discussed higher education issues with state and national leaders and set tuition and fees for the 2019-2020 academic ...

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Losing the ‘Summertime Snooze’ Doesn’t Have to Give Students the Blues
Losing the ‘Summertime Snooze’ Doesn’t Have to Give Students the Blues
WACO, Texas (July 3, 2018) — Students soon must gear up for back-to-school hours, leaving behind the more relaxed summer schedules. That won’t come easy for many — especially for adolescents, whose natural sleep pattern tends to be late to bed and late to rise, says a Baylor sleep ...
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