Kirahn Watson, graduate health education student, will present her research poster, “Development of a theory based video to increase CPAP compliance,” this Wednesday at the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR)’s annual symposium in Ann Arbor. This capstone project sought to develop a video using the social cognitive theory for patients newly diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Watson co-authored the research project with her advisor, Rie Suzuki, Ph.D.
View Watson’s research poster here.
Learn more about the MICHR’s 2014 OPIS Symposium: “Partnerships for patient-centered outcomes research” here.