MPH-PHAP students take top honors at 2016 Research Day

									Mona Rath |
																			April 11, 2016
					

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.

Student Award
Katy
Murphy
Best Presentation – Structural Racism: Concept And Measurement In The Public Health Literature
Kate
Murray
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
Maria
Bitanga
People’s Choice Award – Caught With A CAUTI! Rates And Risks Of Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection In Minnesota Hospitals
Jon
Christenson
Best Presentation – The Ramifications Of Projected Total Hip Replacements Through 2030
Gina
Allen
Community Impact – Ubuntu Minneapolis: A Business Plan To Increase African American Breastfeeding Rates
Patrick
Mitchell
Most Innovative – Health Controversies In The Public Forum: A Content Analysis Of Wikipedia
Bushra
Hossein
Best Collaborative Project – Use Of Ayurvedic Medicines In The South Asian Community: A Mixed Methods Study
Prajwal
Pradhan
Best Collaborative Project – The Effect Of The Economic Recession On Public Health Spending In Minnesota
Ruby
Oestreich
Public Health Impact. Implementation Business Plan For Telemental Health Service For Urban Homeless Populations
Lindsey
Platero
Community Readiness Assessment: Suicide Prevention In The Lower Sioux Indian Community

 

 

 

 

 

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