In the Clinic with Camillea podcast for integrative practitioners Listen to the Episode:  Subscribe!  Do you have a habit of going over time during your consultations?It’s very common! In this episode, I go over a few things to consider if you notice this happening regularly. When you’re first starting out, it’s very common for your visits to

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In the Clinic with Camillea podcast for integrative practitioners Listen to the Episode:  Subscribe!  Transcript of Reflections on Publishing Research episode The trials and tribulations of survey research.A paper that I’ve been working on with a team of other folks was published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition.  It took about 2.5 years

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In the Clinic with Camillea podcast for integrative practitioners Listen to the Episode:  Subscribe!  Transcript of On Keeping Things Simple episode It’s okay to keep things simple.  Sometimes practitioners feel pressured to come up with complicated recommendations. A complicated case means someone needs a complex protocol, right? Not always. Sometimes, simple is just the thing. In this

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​L​isten to the Episode:  Subscribe!  ​​Using Zoom to Take Offline Courses Online ​Y’all, my biggest point here is that you don’t have to do this. Your on-campus course doesn’t need to be live on Zoom now that there’s a pandemic. In fact, it may be better if you don’t try to replicate it as closely as possible via

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​L​isten to the Episode:  Subscribe!  ​Should you change yo​ur online course due to the coronavirus?In short: yes. You probably should. ​Courses are specific to the people who are in them. The people in your class right now are affected by COVID-19, one way or another. Some of them have kids home who are usually at school. Some are

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​​Whenever I’m working with groups of people, I can always count on some ​of them being late. Life shows up, no matter how committed we are or how much we’re interested in the task at hand.  The same is true with students, which is why late policies are such an important part of any course design.

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​Even with the most carefully-crafted syllabus, it’s still likely that you’ll encounter situations where students are asking for exceptions based on unusual circumstances. When should you make exceptions to your policies, and when should you hold firm? In this episode, I give a few examples that have come up in my own courses recently and share the

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It’s very common for students to say that they feel like they’re teaching themselves in an online course. As a faculty member, it’s easy to get defensive when you hear a phrase like this. You’re there! You’re helping!  Don’t they know about all of the work that goes into designing an online course, selecting the perfect resources,

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