RN to BSN Students Attend Kentucky Health Literacy Summit
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Twelve RN to BSN students attended the 2nd Annual Kentucky Health Literacy Summit: Health Literacy in Action March 24-25th. The conference was held at the Sloan Convention Center in Bowling Green. The students heard many speakers addressing topics related to the importance of health literacy. The RN to BSN students were able to attend due to funding from the College of Health and Human Services. Students in the picture are Talitha Winquist, Melissa Potter, Rachel Reece, Natassia Peyton, Chantella Burton, and Marty Nichols.
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