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McGill-Scarlett honored for research presentation

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April 2017

First-year student Cordy McGill-Scarlett won the Behavioral Science Award at the SNMA Wilbert C. Jordan Forum for his research, “Faith-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention for African-American Dementia Caregivers: Generalizability of In-session Skills Training on Daily Caregiving and Self-Care Activities.” The award was given at the Annual Medical Education Conference in Atlanta, hosted by the Student National Medical Association.