KCON Research Projects Touch Different Populations

 

Jennifer Ohman, a nursing doctoral student, puts eye-tracking glasses on Brandy Alexander, an undergraduate nursing student. Both are part of Rebecca Davis' research team. Seated are, at left, Davis and Cathy Weisbeck. 

Cindy Betterly, a doctoral nursing student, is leading a clinical project in Muskegon that could help decrease the number of low birth weight and preterm babies in that area.

 

Current research projects by Kirkhof College of Nursing faculty members and students are reaching different West Michigan populations. One study with Rebecca Davis, associate professor of nursing, and her team looks at how people with Alzheimer’s disease find their way to a destination. The second study, in Muskegon, with Cindy Betterly, a doctoral nursing student, is leading a clinical project that could help decrease the number of low birth weight and preterm babies in that area.

To read more about these projects click here.

Page last modified October 25, 2013