Congratulations to Ryley Urban, currently pursuing her Master’s in Industrial Engineering at Dalhousie University! Ryley is the winner of the third annual BRIC NS Student Poster Award for her poster “Panel reallocation model for providers in Rural Nova Scotia.” The prize is presented at Primary Health Care Research Day.
Eighteen posters were up for consideration, presented by undergraduate, Master’s and PhD students, representing three universities. Thank you to all of our applicants and judges.
BRIC NS is pleased to offer an award for best student poster given at Primary Health Care Research Day. To be eligible, the abstract must be accepted by the Primary Health Care Research Day Program Committee. Applicants must be currently enrolled in a degree program at a Nova Scotia university or community college. Applicants must be first author on posters and must present their own work and not that of an advisor. Reviewers assess the overall quality of the poster’s content and the presenter’s ability to successfully and succinctly present the subject matter.