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Survey: 2/3 of Critical Care Nurses Consider Quitting Due to COVID-19

Sept. 20, 2021 — Critical care nurse Beth Wathen has been looking after seriously ill patients for 35 years. But nothing could have prepared her for the last 18 months. Wathen, who works in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Hospital Colorado, said it is impossible to describe the overwhelming death and despair she…

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Survey Reveals That UGC Can Drive Improved Trust and Loyalty for eCommerce Brands

People’s shopping habits have shifted significantly since the start of the pandemic, leaving many brands scrambling to determine the best ways to grab consumers’ attention, and turn browsers into buyers on their eCommerce sites. But have the effects of 2020 permanently impacted how people discover, shop and engage with the outside world? And what implications…

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Survey finds employee experience is driving investment in IT

The Transform Technology Summits start October 13th with Low-Code/No Code: Enabling Enterprise Agility. Register now! IT and workplace decision makers are prioritizing technology solutions that enhance employee experience and engagement despite ongoing budget constraints, according to new research from Teem by iOFFICE. “The State of Workplace Tech” report, which summarizes survey responses from 300 U.S.…

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Survey Shows Changing Consumer Preferences in Restaurant Ordering for Both On-Site Ordering and Order Ahead / Delivery

Most Americans prefer digital ordering over face-to-face. Brooklyn, NY  (RestaurantNews.com)  Koala, a leading provider of premium, customizable apps and websites for restaurants, today unveiled the findings of its “Customer Ordering Preferences” survey, which examined how Americans want to interact with ordering at a restaurant. The survey of more than 600 American consumers ages 18+ revealed…

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Internists Survey

Survey: Internists Gain Wealth, Pay Off Debt

Despite the pandemic, internists have managed to gain some ground in the wealth department over the past year, a Medscape survey shows. More internists are worth $1 million to $5 million in 2021, compared with last year (42% vs. 37%), more are worth over $5 million (6% vs. 5%), and fewer internists are worth less than…

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UK government survey points to acceptance of GE foods among consumers

Genome editing, also known as gene editing, is one of a group of precision breeding techniques used to develop new varieties of plants and to introduce variation in animals.Both gene editing (where DNA is tweaked in the genome of a living organism) and genetic modification (which includes the introduction of a new, foreign gene) are banned…

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Survey: Parents Split on COVID Vaccination for Kids Under 12

By Robert PreidtHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, July 26, 2021 (HealthDay News) — As a new school year approaches, U.S. parents are nearly evenly split on whether they’ll vaccinate their young kids when a COVID-19 vaccine is approved for their age group, a new survey finds. “It’s important that parents and providers don’t wait for full COVID…

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Fortnite Survey

Fortnite survey teases crossovers with Nintendo, SpongeBob, and More

Leak New Fortnite alien teasers show off a few new POIs that could be coming to the game, as well as new alien ground troops. Published 3 weeks agoon July 5, 2021 Epic Games posted a couple of images to different Fortnite Twitter accounts that could be teasing upcoming content. Here’s everything we know about…

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Survey finds bullying and harassment systemic in astronomy and geophysics

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain Results from a new survey of astronomers and geophysicists show that these sciences have a systemic bullying problem; one that is disproportionately worse for women and those from minority groups. In a survey carried out by the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) last year of over 650 people in the field, 44%…

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Large survey finds questionable research practices are common

SummaryMore than half of Dutch scientists regularly engage in questionable research practices, according to new study results that are likely to apply to other countries. And one in 12 admitted to committing a more serious form of research misconduct within the past 3 years: fabrication or falsification of research results. At 8%, that i