Summer 2017 MPH graduate, Kelli Selwyn, recently had the opportunity to present at the International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations at the University of Toronto. She received the International Emerging Scholar Award for her research, as well as funding from the University of Florida’s Graduate Student Council. Her presentation was on healthcare provider behaviors and inclusive practices to promote higher quality healthcare for LGBT patients and clients.
Additionally, Selwyn has recently been granted the Student Assembly Scholarship and the Public Health Education and Health Promotion Early Career Professionals Scholarship from the American Public Health Association to attend the APHA Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA. She will be presenting on the results of her LGBT-Inclusive Obstetrics and Nursing Support (L.I.O.N.S.) Project.