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1 Assessing Refugee Utilization of Healthcare SystemsKueneman, Erica2020Background: The state of Utah does not systematically evaluate refugee healthcare programs and utilization. Two organizations in the Greater Salt Lake City Valley, Utah provide critical healthcare education and healthcare access to refugees. These two institutions do not have the means to assess the...
2 Addressing Utah's Nursing Workforce DiversityAguilar, Rita2020Background:A diverse nursing workforce is necessary to reduce health disparities for vulnerable populations, because patients have improved health outcomes when they receive care from health care workers who look like them. The Utah nursing workforce lacks racial and ethnic diversity. Despite a slig...
3 Assessing Refugee Utilization of Healthcare SystemsKeuneman, Erica; Johnson, Linda; Al-Hamdani, Farah; Gallego, Anna; Head, Brian; Redman, Romany; Vanderhoff, Sheri2020POSTER
4 Contraceptive Education for Reproductive-Age Women in Kathmandu, NepalDhungel, Sweta P.2020Background: In Nepal, there is an unmet need for family planning. The unintended pregnancy rate remains high despite numerous strategies by the government to improve the use of contraception. Unintended pregnancy can negatively affect a woman's health and, in Nepal, may increase a woman's risk of un...
5 Improving Cultural Competence in Primary Care Providers Through Cultural Awareness TrainingReni, Luz Elena2020Problem: Culturally and linguistically diverse patients have limited healthcare access when compared to the majority of the population. Patients are often confronted with barriers such as language, differences in beliefs, and a complex healthcare system. Developing interventions to offer culturally ...
6 Improving Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Male Survivors: A Gender-Cultural Competence ApproachWalker Andrew M.2020Background. Male sexual victimization (MSV) is common and exponentially increases risk for negative mental health outcomes, especially suicidal ideation and attempts. Masculine gender norms exacerbate these outcomes and may be reinforced in psychotherapeutic treatment. The purpose of this quality im...
7 Improving the Provision of Health Care for Lesbian, Gay,Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer+ PatientsWolf, Cara Leigh2020PROBLEM: Improving the provision of health care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer+ (LGBTQ+) patients is a recent focus of Healthy People 2020, The Institute of Medicine, and The World Health Organization. Studies repeatedly suggest that health professional students and health care p...
8 Increasing Diverse Students in Nursing ProgramsAcharya, Bhagawat2022Background: Personal needs, language barriers, social stigma, and financial needs contribute to low enrollment of diverse students in nursing programs. A non-profit organization, One Refugee (1R), helps students from refugee backgrounds obtain education and prepare for a successful and meaningful ca...
9 Increasing Fijian's Awareness of Sexually Transmitted InfectionsPorter, Karlie2020Health Promotion; Background: Chlamydia Trachomatis( CT) is the most common treatable sexually transmitted bacterial infection (STI) worldwide and the highest prevalence rates are found in Pacific Islands countries. In Fiji, a Pacific Island country, high rates of CT have been reported among 18-24-y...
10 Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake Community Health Representative Needs AssessmentHaller, Mackenzie2020Background: The purpose of this needs assessment project was to evaluate the need and cultural acceptance of community health representatives (CHR) at the Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake. It also serves to gather information concerning cultural acceptance of a CHR program and the need for cultural ...
11 Addressing Utah's Nursing Workforce DiversityAguilar, Rita; Gallegos, Joan; Garrett, Teresa2020POSTER
12 Breastfeeding Education for Nurses in Rural RwandaMcCullough, Jennifer2020Background:An infant's survival is highly dependent on their ability to effectively breastfeed. Effective breastfeeding and expression of breastmilk require the foundational efforts of mother, infant, and supportive nursing staff. Ineffective breastfeeding leads to undernutrition, increases the infa...
13 Contraceptive Education for Reproductive-Age Women in Kathmandu, NepalDhungel, Sweta; Penney, Debra2020POSTER
14 Improving Cultural Competence in Primary Care Providers Through Cultural Awareness TrainingReni, Luz Elena; Ana Sanches-Birkhead; Rogers, Liz2020POSTER
15 Improving Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Male Survivors: A Gender-Cultural Competence ApproachWalker, Andrew M., Yael, Jocelyn S.2020POSTER
16 Improving the Provision of Health Care for Lesbian, Gay,Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer+ PatientsWolf, Cara Leigh, Lynch, Keisa; Greenberg, Johanna; Cowan, Rhiannon2020POSTER
17 Increasing Afghani-American Women's Awareness of Cervical Cancer PreventionSafi, Nabilah2019Background: Worldwide cervical cancer (CC) is the fourth most common cancer occurring in women. Each year in the U.S., approximately 12,000 women are newly diagnosed with CC. Up to 93% of CC cases can be prevented through routine screening and prevention. Human papilloma virus (HPV) is the main caus...
18 Increasing Diverse Students in Nursing ProgramsAcharya, Bhagawat2022POSTER
19 Increasing Fijian's Awareness of Sexually Transmitted InfectionsPorter, Karlie; Penney, Debra; Dean, Deborah2020POSTER
20 Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake Community Health Representative Needs AssessmentHaller, Mackenzie; Al-Khudairi, Amanda2020POSTER
21 Breastfeeding Education for Nurses in Rural RwandaMcCullough, Jennifer; Penney, Debra2020POSTER
22 Increasing Afghani-American Women's Awareness of Cervical Cancer PreventionSafi, Nabilah, Penney, Debra2019POSTER
23 Multicultural Orientation Training: An Innovative Method to Develop Cultural Humility Among Health Care ProvidersKemp, Brittany2018POSTER
24 Trans and Gender Non-Binary Education for ProvidersWann, Aurelia R.2019POSTER
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