Friday, February 20, 2015, 9:00 - 10:30, MUC International Room
Practice your 3-minute “elevator speech” as you participate in a fast-paced, fun event meant to expose you to the research on campus and inspire you to establish new, productive relationships. Researchers will share their topics in an accelerated fashion with a group of researchers sharing similar interests.
Interested attendees must R.S.V.P. to one of the following events. Seats are limited. Some preparation required—an inquiring mind and willingness to talk to others are a must!
For educators, health workers, social workers, artists, and inventors, theoretical viewpoints have their limits when trying to understand the true problems experienced by students, patients, subjects and projects. Studies are needed on the most pragmatic approaches, tools and interventions used in our everyday practice. Researchers are interested in intervention studies measure the impact of applied models, study instruments, methods, techniques and outreach strategies. Disciplines interested in intervention studies may include: clinical nursing, pharmacy practice, social work, sociology, public policy, education, engineering, and others.
Lakesha Butler: health disparities, health literacy and medication adherence (patient care); innovative and active learning strategies
Radhika Devraj: health literacy, medical homes and the role of pharmacists in medical homes; mental health; medication adherence; patient-reported outcomes
Sinan Onal: medical image processing, medical device design; data mining and machine learning
Amelia Pérez: health behaviors, hypertention, Hispanics; acculturation and health disparities; health literacy
Megan Robb: health disparities, psycho-social and quality-of-life issues in medical settings; palliative care
Other Researchers Interested in Collaboration
Susanne James: effective teaching practices; co-teaching between special education teachers and STEM area teachers; use of innovative technologies to enhance student and teacher interaction