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  • Sara Slater-Sosa- Sarah's project with North Country Health Consortium was a population-based intervention to increase access to the outdoors by improving the 400-acre school property with a specific focus on incorporating nature, physical activity, and social-emotional well-being into the daily lives of children and community. This slide includes a picture of Sarah next to a poster of her research.
  • William Lodge II- William's project with FRESH@Brown concentrated on addressing risk factors for HIV-related issues by providing a protocol informed by stakeholders, partners, implementers, and the research team, to strengthen community engagement. This slide include an image of a condom, two STI test tubes, and a red ribbon with a light blue background.
  • Erin Boudreau-Erin's project at Martha's Vineyard Hospital (MVH) involved facilitating, scheduling and conducting qualitative interviews with identified key informants. She also analyzed quantitative data to describe the population and, in turn, identified the most pressing issues affecting Martha's Vineyard residents to inform her recommendations for MVH. This slide includes an image of Erin smiling with their laptop displaying the map of Martha's Vineyard in front of them.
  • Mackenzie Amadei-Mackenzie's project with Maine Public Health Association (MPHA) focused on performing statistical analysis of the Maine Public Health Workforce Survey data and creating a report. She compiled recommendations, a fact sheet, and a presentation for the MPHA Annual Meeting in October 2022. This slide includes an image of charts and graphs on a page.
  • Alixandra Rachman-Alixandra's project with Connecticut Department of Public Health's Office of Climate Change and Health supported Governor Ned Lamont's initiative to weatherize 80% of homes in Connecticut by 2030 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and prepare the state for the impacts of climate change. This slides includes an image of a roof and a slightly cloudy sky.


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