MU Research and Practice Day winners are announced
HUNTINGTON -- The first Research and Practice Day sponsored by the Marshall University College of Health Professions took place Friday, April 25, with awards presented to 11 students.
The event showcased the work of undergraduate and graduate students in both oral and poster presentations. Entries included such topics as communication disorders in Appalachia, smartphone applications in medicine and innovations in nursing practice.
The winners for Outstanding Research Presentation were as follows:
Having a Disability in Appalachia: Social, Cultural, and Political Considerations
Sara Henson, Megan Foster, Hilliary Johnson, Jordan Lewis, Katie Wilson
Adviser: Dr. Karen McComas
Utilization of Unilateral Heat to Increase Extremity Bone Length in Mice
School of Kinesiology
Adviser: Dr. Kumika Toma
The winners for Outstanding Practice Presentation were as follows:
Pre-Service Teachers' Knowledge and Perceptions of Stuttering
Adviser: Craig Coleman
Prevention of Ventilator Associated Pneumonia in Critical Care Patients
Megan Evans, Chelsea Cottrell, Kristen Deise, Elizabeth Sites
School of Nursing
Adviser: Dr. Anita Swartzwelder
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