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What You Can Do with a Master’s Degree in Nursing

Posted May 6, 2019 | By csponline

The profession of nursing is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after fields and for good reason. Among the many attractive attributes, nursing offers tons of flexibility and job security. While most are familiar with the traditional advanced practice degrees and roles you can obtain in the field, there are other emerging roles that emphasize leadership.… Read More

What Travel Nurses Need to Know About the Compact Nursing License

Posted May 2, 2019 | By csponline

Travel nurses have the exciting opportunity to earn more money while seeing the country. Some of the best places for travel nursing combine world-class medical facilities with amazing attractions. In other words, you can boost your salary and career trajectory while experiencing places you might already want to visit on vacation.… Read More

Suicide of a 27-Year-Old White Male: A Psychological Autopsy Case Study

Posted April 15, 2019 | By csponline

This article is from Volume 4, Issue 4 of Forensic Scholars Today, a quarterly publication featuring topics from the world of forensic mental health. Click to view or save a PDF of this article.

The purpose of this case study is to examine the suicide of a 27-year-old white male who died of a gunshot wound.… Read More

Examining Autism Prevalence: What Factors Play a Role in its Increase?

Posted April 15, 2019 | By csponline

This article is from Volume 4, Issue 4 of Forensic Scholars Today, a quarterly publication featuring topics from the world of forensic mental health. Click to view or save a PDF of this article. Since the original formal diagnostic classification of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Third Edition (DSM-III; American Psychiatric Association, 1980), its prevalence has increased dramatically.… Read More

Coping Struggles for Families of Children with Autism

Posted April 15, 2019 | By csponline

This article is from Volume 4, Issue 4 of Forensic Scholars Today, a quarterly publication featuring topics from the world of forensic mental health. Click to view or save a PDF of this article. Coping can be tricky for family systems who have an identified person of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) living with them.… Read More

Women and Infanticide: Where Mental Health and the Law Intersect

Posted April 15, 2019 | By csponline

This article is from Volume 4, Issue 4 of Forensic Scholars Today, a quarterly publication featuring topics from the world of forensic mental health. Click to view or save a PDF of this article. Infanticide, the act of killing a baby who is older than one day but younger than a year, is a subject that is difficult for people to hear about, and even more difficult to find compassion for the mother.… Read More

The Utility and Efficacy of Cognitive Behavioral Interventions in the Arena of Corrections. An Overview and Appeal to the Field of Probation

Posted April 15, 2019 | By csponline

This article is from Volume 4, Issue 4 of Forensic Scholars Today, a quarterly publication featuring topics from the world of forensic mental health. Click to view or save a PDF of this article.

In what is widely considered the dawn of the research age of corrections, in 1987 Paul Gendreau and Robert Ross published a survey of over 200 studies on rehabilitation from 1981 to 1987.… Read More

Confabulation: A Brief Review for Marriage and Family Therapists

Posted April 15, 2019 | By csponline

This article is from Volume 4, Issue 4 of Forensic Scholars Today, a quarterly publication featuring topics from the world of forensic mental health. Click to view or save a PDF of this article.

Please note: This blog was originally posted on the AAMFT website to support their upcoming webinar on confabulation.… Read More

4 Programming Languages for Beginners

Posted March 21, 2019 | By csponline

The buzz surrounding developer jobs is well-founded. Look at applications software developers, for instance, who earn a median annual salary of $101,790 and work in the ninth fastest growing occupation, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Employment of those professionals is expected to grow 31 percent by 2026.… Read More

Computer Science vs Information Technology: What Technology Degree Should You Choose?

Posted March 19, 2019 | By csponline

Technology is filled with careers that pay well and have a strong outlook. If you’re changing careers or looking to start off your career in an exciting and rewarding field, pursuing a technology degree in computer science or IT is a great choice.… Read More

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