Doctoral Students Present at UFSCC Research Poster Day
Doctoral Students in the Department of Behavioral Science and Community Health (BSCH) presented posters at the recent UF Shands Cancer Center Research Poster Day. Students represented the Population Sciences category presenting various cancer-related research endeavors including quality of life and caregiver burden, sun safety and skin cancer knowledge, music interventions on the mitigation of anxiety, and health literacy.
Sun Safety and Skin Cancer Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors among Beach-going Adolescents
Julie Merten, MSH, MCHES; Jamie Pomeranz, PhD; Sue Higgins, MPH
Health Literacy among Colonoscopy Patients Living in Rural Areas with Regards to Income
Nguyen, J., Schumacher, J., Dailey, A., Barnett, T., George Jr., T., King-Marshall, E., Lorenzo, F., Martin, E., McGinley, J., Reed, Riherd, G., Rodriguez, E., Sultan, S., Telford, B., & Curbow, B.
The Impact of Music Intervention on Anxiety for Cancer Patients: A Meta-analysis and Systematic Review
Chandylen L. Nightingale, MPH; Carmen S. Rodriguez, PhD, ARNP; Giselle D. Carnaby, PhD, MPH
A Pilot Study of Burden and Quality of Life in Head/Neck Cancer Patient-Spouse Dyads
Chandylen L. Nightingale, MPH; Lisa A. LaGorio, PhD, MPH; Giselle Carnaby, PhD; MPH
Dr. Pomeranz and Dr. Curbow