A researcher from the College of Social Work and Criminal Justice investigated the effectiveness of transitional employment programs and cognitive behavioral interventions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
FAU and CSU researchers systematically reviewed 22 years of research examining the relationship between paid sick leave benefits and short-term and long-term U.S. business outcomes.
Researchers from FAU's College of Engineering and Computer Science have trained five classification algorithms to create an accurate model that proactively predicts COVID-19 test results.
FAU Schmidt College of Medicine researchers have published a commentary in "The American Journal of Medicine" to provide the most updated guidance to health care providers on boosters and vaccines.
Until now, no research has explored cyberbullying trends among youth in the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic, and especially whether Asian American youth were disproportionately targeted.
Researchers from FAU's Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing and Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute are seeking participants for a study evaluating potential impacts of exposure to harmful algal blooms.
A Schmidt College of Medicine study assessed resident physicians' perceptions, coping strategies and self-reported levels of depression, anxiety and stress experienced during the early phase of the pandemic.
The second annual industry survey from Cross Country Healthcare and FAU's Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing study, "Vital Signs of Nursing," identifies areas of transformation that advocate for nurses.
Supply-chain delays and shortages that have hampered deliveries since the COVID-19 pandemic could soon be easing, according to a business survey by a researcher at Florida Atlantic University.
During the pandemic, FAU researchers evaluated a remotely supervised online chair yoga intervention for older adults with dementia and measured clinical outcomes virtually via Zoom under the remote guidance.