PhD students Kelli Hall, Sharron Close, Sarah Collins, Pam de Cordova, and Roberta Salveson named recipients of Sigma Theta Tau awards

PhD student Kelli Hall is the 2009 recipient of the Sigma Theta Tau International Patricia Smith Christensen Research Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded biennially to one doctoral student in maternity or pediatric nursing through a nation-wide competition. This award will help support her dissertation research study, "The Influence of Psychological Conditions on Oral Contraceptive-attributed Side Effects and Continuation Rates in Minority Adolescent and Young Adult Women." PhD student Sharron Close is the 2009 recipient of a small grant award from the Alpha Zeta chapter of Sigma Theta Tau to support the work of her dissertation proposal, "Klinefelter's Syndrome: An Exploratory Study of Physical Phenotype, Reproductive Hormones, Cardiometabolic Biomarkers and Psychosocial Health in Boys between the Ages of 8 and 17 years."

Posted: 06/30/2009


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