DBH Student Work Spotlight: Pathophysiology in Biodyne Context

Introduction by Dr. Janet L. Cummings, Psy.D.

During the Fall 2020 semester, I had the joy of teaching Pathophysiology to a group of 14 brilliant students, all Doctor of Behavioral Health candidates at CGI. For their semester-long project, the students each produced a Paper and a Poster that could be used for a poster presentation at a conference. I was over-the-moon impressed with the work that these students did, as they came up with creative ideas and produced work products that any conference would be proud to include. I learned quite a bit from these projects!

Three of these brilliant students have given permission to publish their Conference Papers and corresponding Posters. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.

Risky Drinking and Cardiovascular Disease: How Much Risk is There?

By: Jeanmarie Roberts

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Diabetes, Depression, and ACE Scores: A Plan for Prevention

By: Leslie A. Earl

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Empower COPD Outcomes with Team-Embedded BHCS

By: Ellen Fink-Samnick

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