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Faculty Research in Digital Commons@Georgia Southern
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Submissions from 2001
Rehabilitation After a Hip Fracture: Special Needs of the Elderly, Helen M. Taggart
Self-Reported Benefits of T’ai Chi Practice by Older Women, Helen M. Taggart
Submissions from 2000
Creating an Effective Poster Presentation, Helen M. Taggart
Taking the Mystery Out of Research: Statistical Packages, Helen M. Taggart
Case Management Model for a Community Based Multiple Sclerosis Clinic, Helen M. Taggart, M. Park, J. Banner, and M. Hart
Submissions from 1999
Caring for the Elderly Hip Fracture Patient, Helen M. Taggart
Using Research in Practice: Research Abstracts, Helen M. Taggart
Submissions from 1998
Orthopaedic Cursing Research Priorities: A Replication and Extension, C. Sedlak, D. Ross, C. Arslanian, and Helen M. Taggart
Multiple Sclerosis Update, Helen M. Taggart
Submissions from 1997
Taking the Mystery out of Research: Reliability, Helen M. Taggart
Submissions from 1996
Taking the Mystery Out of Research: Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), Helen M. Taggart
Submissions from 1995
The Relationship of Osteoporosis Knowledge, Health Beliefs, and Exercise Habits in Female College Students, Helen M. Taggart and S. Conner