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HOSA Students Compete in Leadership Conference

HOSA Students Compete in Leadership Conference

Eight WKU/AHEC HOSA students competed at the KY State HOSA Leadership Conference March 23-26 in Louisville, KY.

Christine Hanshaw, RN, BSN, CDE, Diabetes Team Leader, Barren River District Health Department spoke to WKU/AHEC HOSA about her career path and shared her passion for being a nurse.

Jason Godsey, Megan Dugard, and Kathleen Smith earned 1st place in Creative Problem Solving

Tegas Sangoi earned 3rd place in Medical Math

Adrienne Beck earned 2nd place in Extemporaneous Health Poster

Candice Coles earned 1st place in Nutrition

 These students qualified to compete at the National HOSA Leadership Conference June 22-26, 2011, in Anaheim, CA.

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