NDSU nursing faculty and student posters were presented at the Sanford Nursing Research Council’s first annual “Nursing Research Showcase: Investigating New Knowledge” in January. Members of the Nursing Research Council hosted the open house. The posters were displayed at several Sanford locations in Fargo, including Southpointe Clinic, South University, Broadway Clinic lobby and the Medical Center’s main campus.
The posters included:
- “Evaluation of an Introductory Community and Public Health Course for Cankdeska Community College Students,” by Loretta J. Heuer, professor of nursing; Molly Secor-Turner, assistant professor of nursing; graduate student Melinda Anderson; and Kara Falk, assistant professor of nursing; Dr. Marisa Oishi, Dr. Jonathan Ripp, Alexander Lloyd, Evan Pulvers, Alexander Lloyd, Dr. Lauren Macewicz, Emily Sorg, Evan Pulvers and Pesha Tubinstein of Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York; Marilyn G. Klug of the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks; Cynthia Lindquest and Leander “Russ” McDonald of Cankdeska Cikana Community College, Fort Totten, N.D; and Dr. Amitha Sampath and Linda F. Cushman of Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health, New York.
- “Evaluation of the Facilitated Learning to Advance Geriatrics (FLAG) Program for North Dakota Schools of Nursing Faculty” by Loretta J. Heuer, professor of nursing, Jane Strommen, project coordinator of nursing, Kay Schwarzwalter, research assistant in agribusiness and applied economics and Mousumi Tanha, instructional designer of nursing.
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