Public Health Alum Receives "Rising Star in Health Administration" Award
|Date: Friday, December 13th, 2013||Return to Archive|
Soumitra Bhuyan, MPH alumni, received the “Rising Star in Health Administration” award from the American Public Health Association in Boston during their 141st Annual Meeting. Bhuyan, a doctoral student at the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Public Health, received the award that recognizes outstanding potential in the field of health administration and public health practice.
Bhuyan also received an award for best student paper. The title of his abstract was “Organizational faccotrs associated with the use of Electronic Health Record: Results from National Survey of Residential Care Facilities”. He was awarded with the 2013 Best Student Abstract award in the Long –Term Interest Group.
To read more about Bhuyan’s award and paper, please visit the links included below.
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Soumitra Bhuyan (right)
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