DHS Research Day March 14, 2014
Research Paradigms: Spanning the Spectrum
The Idaho State University Division of Health Sciences will host a Research Day Symposium themed "Research Paradigms: Spanning the Spectrum" on March 14, 2014, concurrently at the Pocatello and Meridian campuses. In Pocatello, the event will be held at the Pond Student Union Building and in Meridian at the Health Science Center.
Abstract proposals can be submitted through January 31, 2014. Notification of selection will be made February 14, 2014.
9:30-10am Rex's Speaker
10:15-10:45am 2 concurrent faculty podium presentations
10:45-11:15am 2 concurrent faculty podium presentations
11:15-11:45am 2 concurrent faculty podium presentations
11:45-12:30pm lunch on your own
12:30-1:30pm Poster Presentations
1:30-2:00pm 2 concurrent student podium presentations
2:00-2:30pm 1 student podium presentation
2:00-3:00pm Round Table Discussions (can possibly run concurrent with last student speaker)
Research Day 2013. . . a wrap up!
The Idaho State University Division of Health Sciences hosted a Research Symposium with the theme "The Frontline: Incorporating Research into Evidence-Based Practice" on March 15, concurrently at Pocatello and Meridian campuses.
The symposium featured keynote speaker David J. Keahey, MSPH, presenting "20 years of Evidence-Based Management in Physician Assistant Education: Origins, Current Clinical Integration and Future Directions". Keahey is from the University of Utah School of Medicine, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine.
That morning four podium presentations originating from both Pocatello and Meridian were telecast at both locations. Presenters were: Elizabeth Thompson, Pharmacy student: Networking: An Essential Part in the Prevention of Prescription Drug Abuse and Misuse; Rex Force, Pharm. D.,: Contraceptive Methods and Informed Consent Among Women Receiving Medications with Potential for Adverse Fetal Effects; Glenda Carr, Pharm. D.: Establishing Primary Medical Care as a Result of Participation in a Community Health Screening; Mary Whitaker, Au.D. : Genetics for Health Care Professionals.
Poster presentations were held in the afternoon with light refreshments for attendees. The 50 poster presentations reflected 131 faculty/student authors. Attendance increased this year with approximately 472 attending at both campuses.
DHS Research Day 2014. . . more to come!