Research Club’s calendar was filled with outstanding presentations

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.

  • Juliana Chewlit, “Prevalence, Risk Factors, and Outcomes of Gestational Diabetes in Samoan Women”
  • Joshua Ghaly, “Prescription Medications Commonly Used in Opioid Substitution Therapy Patients”
  • Caroline Harris, “Fall-Risk-Increasing Drugs (FRIDs) in people with dementia who live in a Residential Aged Care Facility: A Pilot Study”
  • Walter Ikealumba, “The effect of education and other socioeconomic factors on smoking status in Western Australia”
  • Mohamad Mohmand, “Prevalence of mental illness associated with Afghan Migrants in Western Sydney region”

(September 2021)