Two current students and two graduates of the Worcester State University Master of Science in Nursing Program (Community/Public Health Nursing Clinical Specialty Track), presented their research at the 4th Annual Community Engagement and Research Symposium: Building on Partnership Strengths to Improve Community Health that was sponsored by the University of Massachusetts Medical School’s Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences’ Community Engagement & Research Section, which is funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Marlene Goodale presented “Implementation of Health Literacy Practices in Designing a Program for Reduction in Hospital Readmissions from Door to Home”;
Grace Williams presented “Nhyira Ba-A Ghanaian Healthy Pregnancy Program ‘By the community, for the community!”;
Brittany Tolman, M.S. ’14 presented “HPV Knowledge Amongst College Students and the Effectiveness of a Health Education Program, Pilot Study.”; and
Bet Key Wong, M.S. ’12 presented “Building a Coalition to Promote Health Literacy in Central Massachusetts.”
Siniossoglou Has Print Accepted in an Athens Museum Exhibition
Amaryllis Siniossoglou (Visual and Performing Arts) has had one of her prints accepted to the show Res Q, an exhibition of contemporary prints by members of the Greek Printmaking Association. It will . . .