Xcalibur Blog

  • Family Engagement to Meet Workforce Needs

    My oldest daughter is a senior in high school this year, and although we have known this was coming, it doesn’t make it any easier to realize that soon she will venture into this new world of independence and growth. Throughout her life, my daughter has made many claims to […]

  • Too Much on Your Plate?

    One of my most enjoyable Thanksgiving pastimes is meticulously crafting the perfect dinner plate. Interestingly, I’ve realized that balancing my Thanksgiving plate mirrors the delicate act of navigating the complexities of everyday life—both tend to be quite full. It’s a sentiment shared by many; our plates, whether laden with turkey […]

  • Fostering Team Appreciation and Gratitude: A Cornerstone to a Stronger Workplace

    Last month, I attended a White Coat Ceremony that marked the induction of students into the medical field. The keynote speaker, a highly esteemed and experienced physician, delivered an impactful speech. One particular aspect of his address caught my attention and serves as the focal point of this blog post, […]

  • P-Values: You Can’t Always Get What You Want

    Is there a statistical support group or a special place where evaluators unwind after navigating the complex territory of non-significant results? I’m emotionally drained after experiencing the thrill of research and the excitement of discovery, followed by the highly awkward encounter with a dreaded p-value that refuses to dance to […]