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The College of Nursing made an impressive showing at this year’s Eastern Nursing Research Society (ENRS) Scientific Sessions April 11-13 in Newark, New Jersey. All of our students performed well in both posters and oral presentations.

The following students placed in their respective categories:

D.N.P. Student Peer Reviewed Posters:


First Place: Allyson Favuzza

“Increasing human papillomavirus vaccination rates through a multimedia intervention”

Second Place: Jill Kargo

“Evaluating the teach-back method for medication teaching in home care”

Third Place: Ashley Miller

“Developing LGBT competencies in an RN residency program”


School-sponsored Posters (chosen by a blind review by the graduate faculty)


First Place B.S.N.: Katlyn Reynolds

“Turning points in relationships among cancer patients and their spouses”

First Place Master’s Degree: Emily Whitaker

“Subjective cognitive impairment is consistently related to lower quality of life in older adults”

First Place Early Ph.D.: Abigail McGinnis

“The role of palliative care in LVAD-DT recipients and their caregivers”