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- Kurtis Manley, a primary care preceptor working with Northern Arizona University, was the recipient of the national Preceptor of the Year Award presented by the American Academy of Physician Assistants and Physician Assistant Education Association. He has been involved with NAU’s physician assistant program since its inception and devotes his teaching time to NAU PA students.
- Assistant professor of health sciences Olivia Lindly co-authored two articles. “Healthcare access and adverse family impact among U.S. children ages 0-5 years by prematurity status,” published in BMC Pediatrics, examines differences and associations in health care access and adverse family impact among young children who were born prematurely. “A Profile of Care Coordination, Missed School Days, and Unmet Needs Among Oregon Children with Special Health Care Needs with Behavioral and Mental Health Conditions,” published in Community Mental Health Journal, characterized special health care needs with behavioral and mental health conditions of the state’s subpopulation of children to determine associations of care coordination with missed school days and unmet needs.
- Senior lecturer in communications Angelé Anderfuren was featured in the article, “Your favorite souvenirs: Readers share their wildest and wackiest travel keepsakes,” published in the Los Angeles Times. Anderfuren shares her century-old trophy that belonged to Hollywood actress Priscilla Dean found in a Goodwill shop in Flagstaff.