Accomplishments - August, 2020
Robert J. McDermott, School of Human Sciences, recently penned an article for Health Behavior and Policy Review “When US and State Governments Go Viral: In-person Reopening of Schools during the COVID-19 Pandemic – and Then What? – A Commentary” that examines the reopening of public schools for in-person attendance.
“COVID-19 and PTSD: A Discussion of the Potential Impact on Radiology Professionals” by Mitchell Dierkes and Jacqueline Nash, master’s students in Health Administration, along with Sandra Collins, Richard McKinnies and Scott Collins, all faculty in the School of Health Sciences, was published recently in Radiology Journal.
Sarah Buila and Paul Brinker, Social Work, recently received a grant from the Council on Social Work Education for students to learn more about the importance of policies, legislation and regulations thanks to a grant that will help them better understand rural policy issues.
Courtney Collins, a student in the Masters of Health Administration program, along with Sandra Collins, Richard McKinnies and Scott Collins, all faculty in the School of Health Sciences, received the Gary Boyd Outstanding Feature Award for the co-authored publication titled: “An Exploration of Anti-Kickback Issues for Radiology Managers” published in the Radiology Management journal earlier this year. Courtney Collins earned a bachelor degree in Health Care Management and a master’s degree in Medical Dosimetry.
Lisabeth DiLalla, Family & Community Medicine and also Psychology, has been selected to an inaugural group of fellows by Sigma Xi, one of the nation’s leading scientific organizations.