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Ruth Cronje's Research Projects

Research in Progress:

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  • Toward a Conservation Community-based Definition of Scientific Literacy for Citizen Scientists
    Ruth Cronje
  • Devising and testing a context-sensitive instrument for assessing citizen scientific literacy
    Ruth Cronje, Spencer Rohlinger, Alycia Crall, and Greg Newman
  • Using the Science Writing Heuristic to Improve Student Writing in Biology
    Collaborators: 
    Ruth Cronje, Kelly Murray, Spencer Rohlinger, Todd Wellnitz

 

Recent Publications:

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  • Re-visioning undergraduate nursing students as opinion leaders to diffuse EP in clinical settings
    Ruth Cronje, Susan Moch
  • Undergraduate Nursing EBP Education: Envisioning the Role of Students. Journal of Professional Nursing, in press.
    Susan Moch, Ruth Cronje
  • Empowering grassroots evidence-based practice: A curricular model to foster student-enabled practice change. Journal of Professional Nursing, in press.
    Susan Moch, Ruth Cronje
  • Going public with the scientific process. Science, 14 March 2008; 319: 1483-1484.
    Ruth Cronje
  • Is Pain Ever Normal? Journal of Clinical Pain, 2006; 22(8): 692-699
    Ruth Cronje, OD Williamson
  • Evidence-based medicine: Recognizing and managing clinical uncertainty. Laboratory Medicine. 2004;36(12):723-729.
    Ruth Cronje, JR Freeman, OD Williamson, CJ Gutsch
  • Evidence-Based Medicine: Toward a New Definition of 'Rational' Medicine. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine. 2003; 7(3):353-369.
    Ruth Cronje In Collaboration with Amanda Fullan
  • The potential for rationality: Rhetoric as communicative action. Goodnight GT, ed. Arguing Communication and Culture. 2002; Washington, DC: National Communication Association: 267-273.
    Ruth Cronje
  • Rational medical decision making: Evidence-based practice at AIHA Partnerships. 2002. American International Health Alliance. Washington, DC.
    Ruth Cronje In Collaboration with Aaron Broege
  • WIND-EAU Project
    Ruth Cronje In Collaboration with Gloria Hochstein, Julie Peterson, and Karen Welch
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