Raising Awareness About Cervical Cancer in Nicaragua: Working With Health Promoters to Increase Pap Smear Uptake
Dr. Megan Quinn, an assistant professor in the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology in the College of Public Health, will discuss “Raising Awareness about Cervical Cancer in Nicaragua: Working with Health Promoters to Increase Pap Smear Uptake” in the second of five “Women on Wednesdays” lectures sponsored this spring by the Women’s Studies Program. A light lunch will be provided. The lecture series promotes the research, scholarship and community engagement of women at ETSU; provides a venue where women on campus and in the community can discuss and support each other’s work; and gives students an opportunity to meet faculty who could become mentors for their studies.
Johnson City, TN
Quinn, Megan. 2015. Raising Awareness About Cervical Cancer in Nicaragua: Working With Health Promoters to Increase Pap Smear Uptake. Women on Wednesdays, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN.