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Students present research at MNRS

| Jan Adams

UW-Eau Claire College of Nursing and Health Sciences is pleased to announce that four undergraduate nursing students have been selected to present at Midwest Nursing Research Society’s (MNRS) Annual Research Conference. 

Junior 2 student nurses, Michael Jaeb and Aimee Marx will present their poster, “Human energy modalities for dementia-associated symptoms.” Aurora Thorne, who is Senior 2 student will present, “Slowing the progression of joint pain with alternative therapy.” Both projects were based on evidence based practice in collaboration with Associate Professors Der-Fa Lu and Norah Airth-Kindree. “Navigating the OPT model: First year nursing students” was prepared by Jaeb and Senior 1, Anna Drawenek. They worked with Clinical Assistant Professor Kathy Sell, Associate Professor Der-Fa Lu and Assistant Professor Diane Marcyjanik.

MNRS 42nd Annual Research Conference will be held April 12-15, 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio. The theme at MNRS this year is “The Future of Nursing Research: Economic Realities and Creative Solutions".