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by Wendy Tate, PSM, CIP 

I live in Tucson, AZ. Located 60 miles north of the US-Mexico border, 1 million people and the University of Arizona call Tucson home. Tucson is known as a large city with a small-town feel. On Saturday, January 8, 2011, when a single individual shot 19 people, including my congresswoman, Gabrielle Giffords, this small town became the center of the nation’s focus.

Like many of you, I have been keeping up on the medical updates regarding Rep. Giffords. As I hear about the amazing feat of surviving a point-blank gunshot to the head, I am reminded of two areas [...] Read more


by Courtney Jarboe, PRIM&R Blog Squad member

PRIM&R is pleased to bring you more blog posts from the PRIM&R Blog Squad. The Blog Squad is composed of four PRIM&R members who are devoted to blogging prior to, during, and after the 2010 Advancing Ethical Research Conference.

As I mentioned in my first blog for Ampersand, I am very interested in ethical issues relating to internet research. This is one area of the 2010 Advancing Ethical Research Conference Read more