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2019 Public Health Poster Forum

  • Friday, March 29th, 2019
  • Poster session: Nursing 117 from 1:00 to 3:15 p.m.
  • Keynote Panel address: Nursing 117 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
  • Presentation of $1000 in scholarship awards: 4:30 to 4:45 p.m.
  • Reception to follow

Keynote Panel: A Discussion on Border and Migrant Health

Who can participate

University of Arizona graduate and undergraduate students who wish to present either:

  • original research with a public health focus or application
  • results of a community engagement, practice or service project with a public health application

To submit an abstract for a poster presentation, please visit this webpage:
https://publichealth.arizona.edu/2019-public-health-poster-forum-abstract-submission

Contact persons Ashley Lowe (aaray@email.arizona.edu) and Jing Zhai (jingzhai@email.arizona.edu)


2018 Research Poster Winners

First Place

Breanne Lott - “Silo-Busting in a Health Department: Studying Intra-Organizational Collaboration”

Silo-Busting in a Health Department: Studying Intra-Organizational Collaboration

Second Place

Karen Lutrick - “Bullying and depression in Latino youth: A systematic review”

Bullying and depression in Latino youth: A systematic review

Third Place

Amanda Wilson - “How much are surfaces to blame in norovirus outbreaks?”

How much are surfaces to blame in norovirus outbreaks?


2018 Community Engagement Poster Winners

First Place

Kathryn Tucker - “The Role of Healthy Food Boxes in Chronic Disease Management Programs”

Silo-Busting in a Health Department: Studying Intra-Organizational Collaboration

Second Place

Juanita Trejo - “Development and Implementation of a Database for NAMI of Southern Arizona”

Bullying and depression in Latino youth: A systematic review

Third Place

Lindsey Thatcher - “Cresciendo Juntos – Growing Together: Assessing Elder Hispanic Health Service Needs”

How much are surfaces to blame in norovirus outbreaks?

Previous Winners: 2017

Award for Best Example of Science in Service to Society

Laura Hegarty Project: Determining the Influence of Animal Exposure on Salmonellosis in Arizona

Laura Hegarty - “Determining the Influence of Animal Exposure on Salmonellosis in Arizona”

Award for Best Poster Highlighting Original Research

Daniel Troup Project: Bioaersol Reduction with a Passive Air Treatment System in a Controlled Chamber

Daniel Troup - “Bioaersol Reduction with a Passive Air Treatment System in a Controlled Chamber”

Community Engagement Posters

  • First Place: Graciela Jauregui - “Healthy Farms/Campos Saludables”
  • Second Place: Allie Kaufman, Nicole Lorona, Ariel Hayes, Joseph Moseley - “Project SHARE”
  • Third Place: Kathryn Tucker - “Engaging Mothers to Break the Cycle of Poverty”

Left to right: Graciela Jauregui, Allie Kaufman, Jill Guernsey de Zapien, Kathryn Tucker, and Jean McClellandLeft to right: Graciela Jauregui, Nicole Lorona, Jill Guernsey de Zapien, Kathryn Tucker, and Jean McClelland

Previous Winners: 2016

Award for Best Example of Science in Service to Society

Lindsay Bingham Project: Co-morbid Conditions Influence Quit Outcomes Among Smokers Enrolled in Ashline

Lindsay Bingham - “Co-morbid Conditions Influence Quit Outcomes Among Smokers Enrolled in Ashline”

Award for Best Poster Highlighting Original Research

Darlynn Rojo-Wissar Project: Sleep as an Intervention Target for Maximizing Health in College Freshmen with Adverse Childhood Experiences

Darlynn Rojo-Wissar - “Sleep as an Intervention Target for Maximizing Health in College Freshmen with Adverse Childhood Experiences”

Event Details

Event Date:

Friday, March 29, 2019 - 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Event Location:

NURS 117

Contact Person:

Ashley Lowe
aaray@email.arizona.edu

The University of Arizona