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Healthcare research findings presented on campus

December 2, 2003


Austin Peay State Universitys Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) nursing honor society presents its annual Research Day Dec. 5.

Healthcare professionals and students are invited to attend three research presentations and review the findings of 35 student research projects from 9 a.m. until noon, Friday, in APSUs Morgan University Center Ballroom.
December 2, 2003


Austin Peay State University's Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) nursing honor society presents its annual Research Day Dec. 5.

Healthcare professionals and students are invited to attend three research presentations and review the findings of 35 student research projects from 9 a.m. until noon, Friday, in APSU's Morgan University Center Ballroom.

Keynote speaker Dr. Rhonda BeLue, community health researcher for the Metropolitan Public Health Department of Nashville and Davidson County, will provide an overview of health disparities, general community health issues and considerations in applying research methods in community based settings.

Dr. Rae Hansberry, APSU associate professor of health and human performance, will speak on “Frontiers in Weight Management.”

State Director of the Tennessee Professional Assistance Program Dr. Leanne Busby will discuss “Impaired Nurse Issues in Tennessee.”

APSU faculty members will judge poster presentations of the student research projects, awarding monetary prizes to the top three students.

The cost of admission is $20. Students will be admitted free. For further information, telephone 7710.
—Terry Stringer