3374.0 Innovative Approaches to Student Training and Education

Monday, October 27, 2008: 4:30 PM

Board 1
Board 2
Using iTunes as a novel incentive for college students participating in a web-based follow-up survey
Renicha McCree-Hale, MA, Ann Elizabeth Montgomery, PhD, MPA, MSSW and Natalie G. De La Cruz, MPH, CHES
Board 3
Student-led services to reduce health disparities due to access: A Case study of community-university efforts through the newly founded UC Merced
Enid Picart, Esmeralda Aguayo, Yimdriuska Magan, Azzitta Rahmani, Maria G. Pallavicini, PhD and Stergios Roussos, PhD, MPH
Board 4
A Pipeline Project to Enhance Hbcu Student Led Research Projects
Edith M. Williams, PhD, MS, Jessica D. Bellinger, PhD, MPH, Dayna Campbell, MS, PhD(c), Bankole A. Olatosi, MPH, PhD, Crystal Piper, MPH, MHA, PhD and Brandi Wright, MPH
Board 6
Board 7
Review of training programs for medical practitioners to improve patient adherence
Herpreet Kaur Thind, Stephen Nagy, PhD, Mary Christine Nagy, PhD, D. Megan Broadbent, BSN and Katherine Gilson, BS
Board 8
Do U.S. professional organizations encourage pharmacists to fully participate in public health activities?
Meghan V. Davlin, PharmD Candidate, Natalie A. DiPietro, Pharm D, MPH and Karen L. Kier, PhD, RPh
Board 10
Communication Skills- Risk & Learning in Action
Kelly A. Welsh, MS, Alexandra Loukas, PhD and Fred Peterson, PhD

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Organized by: APHA-Student Assembly
Endorsed by: Epidemiology, Public Health Nursing

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