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October 5, 2016
Creighton University Forum Discusses Race Relations

KETV, Oct. 5, 2016
Six professors led Tuesday’s discussion before the crowd of nearly 500 students, faculty and staff. For some, it was surprising to hear the frank conversation.” I was shocked. I was shocked to even see someone talk about it,” Creighton sophomore Lizzie Hudson said.
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In North Carolina, Medicaid Enrollees Circumvent a Controlled Substance Lock-In Program

HealthAffairs, Oct. 4, 2016
Andrew Roberts of Creighton University and coauthors conducted a retrospective cohort study of the North Carolina program, using a data set that linked that state’s Medicaid claims data with records from the state’s prescription drug monitoring program.
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Josie Abboud, Kevin Rochford Promoted to New Leadership Roles at Methodist Hospital

Methodist Employee Connections, Sept. 30, 2016
Josie Abboud, RN, BSN, MBA, FACHE, who has served as vice president of ancillary and professional services since 2008, has been appointed executive vice president and chief operating officer of Methodist Hospital. Abboud earned her bachelor's degree in nursing at Creighton University and serves on the College of Nursing Advisory Board.
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Regional Manufacturing Slips in September Amid National Rebound

The Kansas City Star, Oct. 3, 2016
Creighton economist Ernie Goss said manufacturing jobs already have fallen behind employment in service jobs and that the gap is widening.
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Creighton Survey Shows Weakened Midwest Economy

Radio Iowa, Oct. 4, 2016
“The manufacturing sector continues to shed jobs as you hear the economy is doing well. It is not doing well, particularly the manufacturing sector,” economics professor Ernie Goss said.
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Hey, Regulators. Hands Off Child Care!

Reason, Oct. 4, 2016
When it comes to child care, "regulation intended to improve quality often focuses on easily observable measures of the care environment that do not necessarily affect the quality of care but that do increase the cost," found economics professor Diana Thomas of Creighton University.
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