HHPR Research Seminar Series
This Friday, the Health, Human Performance and Recreation Seminar will feature exciting presentations from Brooke Bouza and Tiffany Marcantonio. Bouza and Marcantonio are both doctoral candidates in community health promotion.
Both presentations will be from 3-4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4, in HPER 311. Bouza will give a presentation titled "Physicians' experiences of recommending the HPV vaccine to parents or caregivers of children with an intellectual or developmental disability." Tiffany Marcantonio will give a presentation on "Young adults perceptions of their and their friends' perceived ability to consent to sex while intoxicated."
Brooke Bouza, graduate assistant
Health, Human Performance and Recreation
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