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The Misericordia University Graduate Nursing and Physician Assistant Studies programs recently sponsored the interdisciplinary program, ‘Clinician-Patient Communication to Enhance Health Outcomes,' for students enrolled in the two programs. Dr. Robert Spahr, senior vice president of service quality for Geisinger Health System, Danville, presented the program. Participants, from left, first row: Scott L. Massey, chair, program director and professor, Physician Assistant Studies; Brenda Hage, director of graduate nursing programs; Darci Brown, assistant professor and director of clinical education, Physician Assistant Studies; and Abigail Davis, assistant professor and director of didactic education. Second row: Spahr; Khushbu Dalsania; Laura Weatherholtz; Sagar Naik; Christina Cobb; Maura Papi; Karen Simms; Alexis Patrick; and Dr. Stanley J. Dudrick, medical director and Robert S. Anderson Endowed chair.

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