MHA students receive national recognition for social media research

December 11, 2014
Candi Young, Rachel Johnson, Taylor Huffman, Tiffany Kung

Candi Young, Rachel Johnson, Taylor Huffman, Tiffany Kung

Four Master of Health Administration students of the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health received national recognition for their research on the use of social media by health care organizations to engage current and potential breast cancer patients.

Their research paper entitled, “Breast Cancer and Social Media” was selected as runner-up in the graduate student category of the American Academy of Medical Administrators (AAMA) competition. Authors Candi Young, Rachel Johnson, Taylor Huffman and Tiffany Kung have been invited to present their research during the award ceremony at the upcoming AAMA National Summit in Clearwater, Florida on January 19, 2015.

— Rae Lynn Mitchell

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