Research Club presentations continue to impress

Kudos to the OUM students who presented at Research Club in recent weeks. As completing a research project is a graduation requirement, and the project prospectus must be presented at Research Club prior to beginning clinical rotations, reaching this milestone is a notable accomplishment. Faculty and classmates routinely attend Research Club to support presenters and new students are encouraged to attend to gain helpful ideas for their own projects.

  • Parvaneh Bashardoust (5-6 November), “Pilot study of incidence of venous thromboembolism in hospitalized COVID-19 patients in McAllen, Texas”
  • Nkechi Nweke (12-13 November), “Knowledge, Attitudes and Perceptions of African Parents in diaspora towards HPV Vaccine — a Case Study of Australia”
  • Natalie Burkhardt (19-20 November), “A pilot study assessing reduction or resolution of Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD) with Calm Spot progressive web page (PWP)”
  • Emma Broughton (3-4 December), “Factors that influence the development of pressure injuries in dialysis patients”
  • Mercy Zengeni (10-11 December), “The prevalence of COVID-19 Vaccine hesitancy among the Black Asian ethnic minority in New South Wales, Australia”

(January 2022)