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Pictured: John Delano (right) reviewing his special project poster with Dr. Sarah McKune (left) and another student.

Student Spotlight: John Delano presents his special project at Public Health Day!

  • In addition to enriching coursework, each Master of Public Health student completes an internship and a special project in order to graduate.
  • The objective of Delano's project was to determine the frequency and cost of inappropriate antibiotic use for asymptomatic bacteriuria (ASB) in catheterized patients with Shands.
  • Delano was able to successfully complete his internship at Shands Infection Control and was offered a permanent position, which he accepted.
  • He will graduate with his Master's in Public Health this summer. Congratulations John!

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