Ready for greater knowledge, health, and wellbeing in 2016? Thanks to fantastic recommendations from MUIH faculty, we’ve put together this comprehensive reading list for students, practitioners, and community members on topics that range from gut health to herbal medicine to personal memoir and more. So grab some herbal tea, a warm blanket, and make yourself comfy because you might not want to put these books down.
We interviewed Jason Bosley-Smith, winner of the President’s Award at this year’s Research Day for his research poster on using mindfulness-based stress reduction to alleviate emesis, nausea, and food aversion among cancer treatment patients.
1. Can you share some details about your research project and what sparked your interest exploring mindfulness-based stress reduction as a strategy for improving food tolerance and reducing nausea among cancer patients?
On July 19 students and faculty gathered to share the research they’ve recently been working on in various areas related to acupuncture, herbal medicine, and nutrition.
The University community and public participated as well. Dawn B. Wallerstedt, M.S.N., CRNP, of the Samueli Institute was the guest speaker and two students won the prestigious President’s Award and Provost’s Award.
Here are the winners, along with the finalists (honorable mentions), of 2013’s Research Day: