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“Let’s Take a Deep Breath”: Managing Hypertension by Bridging the Clinic-Home Healthcare Gap

Independent Project Findings

By Harsh Sharma,  Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior, ’13

Author’s Note:

“I wrote this paper to share my independent project takeaways with everyone who is interested in, or a part of, the healthcare field. This project taught me a lot about what we can do to help our patients get the most out of the clinic they go to. As you gain experiences in the medical field, think about the services your organization offers and how you can use your skills to enhance those services to the next level!”

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Open Submissions Month: Health & Medicine

The Aggie Transcript is starting a new monthly collection of selected topics in science, in addition to our regular submissions.

For the month of November, we are currently accepting submissions in: Health & Medicine until Nov. 23rd, 2015.

Editorial Process:

  • Once the writer submits the paper, the editorial board will begin the reviewing process. An editor will be assigned to the paper and will be in charge of notifying the writer about our comments and suggestions. When the editorial board comes to an agreement that the paper is “ready for publication”, these featured reports will be published on our website along with a short, special description about the author.

Guidelines to submit:

  • Email your document to us at: aggietranscript@gmail.com by the deadline
  • As a featured author of the month, you will get to write a short blurb about yourself to be published alongside your submission entry