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APHA Chooses Several NUHS Faculty Submissions for Presentation

by Jul 8, 2011

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Several faculty members from National University, as well as one DC student (Dana Madigan), have been selected to offer presentations at the American Public Health Association’s 2011 annual meeting. The presentations include the following:

“Evaluating Student Abilities and Behaviors to Access Scientific Literature Following an Evidence-Based Practice Curriculum Intervention at a CAM Insitution”
Thomas Grieve, DC, Barbara Sullivan, PhD, Jerrilyn A. Cambron, DC, PhD, Christopher Wolcott, DC, Judy Pocius, MS and Gregory Cramer, DC, PhD.

“Attitudes Towards Chiropractic Care Among the Healthcare Community in Ghana, Africa”
Dana Madigan, Barbara Sullivan, PhD and Nadine Peacock, PhD.

“Social Ecological Model and Chiropractic: Current Examples and Suggestions for Community Health Efforts”
Claire Johnson, MSEd, DC, and Bart Green, MSEd, DC

“Public Health in 5 Major Chiropractic Journals: Analysis of Search Results in PubMed”
Claire Johnson, MSEd, DC and Bart Green, MSEd, DC

“Chiropractic Research: A View From Journal Editors’ Desks”
Claire Johnson, MSEd, DC and Bart Green, MSEd, DC

“Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus: A Review and Practice Suggestions For Manual Therapists”
Bart Green, MSEd, DC, Claire Johnson, MSEd, DC, Michael Rosenthal, PT, DSc, ATC, Jonathan Todd Egan, DC, MPH and Marion Willard Evans, DC, PhD, CHES

In addition, Dr. Bart Green has organized, and will moderate, a joint session between the Chiropractic Health Care Section and the Occupational Health and Safety Section, a session titled “Back Pain in the Work Place: Challenges, Prevention, Management and Research.”

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