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BC3 students present research

Abbie Frankman and Kiley Ingram, both Grove City College students attending Butler County Community College’s registered nursing program
Abbie Frankman, left, of Los Angeles, and Kiley Ingram, of Cincinnati, both Grove City College students attending Butler County Community College’s registered nursing program, discuss research findings about “Instagram and Anorexia” on Tuesday, Dec. 5, in the Victor K. Phillips Nursing and Allied Health Building on BC3’s main campus in Butler Township. Nearly 80 students who intend to graduate in May from BC3’s associate degree career program in nursing gave evidence-based practice research presentations Tuesday and Wednesday. Submitted Photo

Nearly 80 students who intend to graduate in May from Butler County Community College’s associate degree career program in nursing gave evidence-based practice research presentations Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 5 and 6, at the Victor K. Phillips Nursing and Allied Health Building.

Students in Butler County Community College’s registered nursing program
Jamie Gallagher, left, of Cranberry Township, and Catherine Nangendo, of Butler, students in Butler County Community College’s registered nursing program, discuss research findings about “Can nonpharmacologic interventions improve post-op pain?” on Tuesday, Dec. 5, in the Victor K. Phillips Nursing and Allied Health Building on BC3’s main campus in Butler Township. Submitted Photo
Students in Butler County Community College’s registered nursing program
Kyle Czzowitz, left, of Butler, and Riley Danner, of Saxonburg, students in Butler County Community College’s registered nursing program, discuss research findings about “Private rooms and infection control” on Tuesday, Dec. 5, in the Victor K. Phillips Nursing and Allied Health Building on BC3’s main campus in Butler Township. Submitted Photo
Students in Butler County Community College’s registered nursing program
Madison Taylor, left, of Vandergrift, and Haley Wiles, of Harrisville, students in Butler County Community College’s registered nursing program, discuss research findings about “Therapeutic touch” on Wednesday, Dec. 6, in the Victor K. Phillips Nursing and Allied Health Building on BC3’s main campus in Butler Township. Submitted Photo

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