The School of Public Health’s Research Day is an opportunity to demonstrate student research activities, encourage collaboration, and give SPH students an opportunity to develop and present a research poster.
On April 7, 2016, students from the MPH-Public Health Administration & Policy program took eleven awards for their research posters and presentations. We are pleased to recognize these individuals below.
|Best Presentation – Structural Racism: Concept And Measurement In The Public Health Literature|
|Most Innovative – Healthstreams: A Podcast Series To Raise The Profile Of Public Health|
|Jake Tanumijhardo||People’s Choice Award – Minneapolis Healthy Food Shelf Initiative: Improving Healthy Food Access For Food Shelf Clients|
|People’s Choice Award – Caught With A CAUTI! Rates And Risks Of Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection In Minnesota Hospitals|
|Best Presentation – The Ramifications Of Projected Total Hip Replacements Through 2030|
|Community Impact – Ubuntu Minneapolis: A Business Plan To Increase African American Breastfeeding Rates|
|Most Innovative – Health Controversies In The Public Forum: A Content Analysis Of Wikipedia|
|Best Collaborative Project – Use Of Ayurvedic Medicines In The South Asian Community: A Mixed Methods Study|
|Best Collaborative Project – The Effect Of The Economic Recession On Public Health Spending In Minnesota|
|Public Health Impact. Implementation Business Plan For Telemental Health Service For Urban Homeless Populations|
|Community Readiness Assessment: Suicide Prevention In The Lower Sioux Indian Community|