Jamie Morton receives research grant from the Midwest Nursing Research Society

June 14, 2021 Original story by Show Me Mizzou Accolades Here Jamie Morton, a University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing PhD student and health behavior science pre-doctoral fellow, recently received the 2021 Joseph & Jean Buckwalter Research Grant from the Midwest Nursing Research Society. The grant will support her dissertation research project entitled “Exploring…


June 14, 2021

Original story by Show Me Mizzou Accolades Here

Jamie Morton, a University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing PhD student and health behavior science pre-doctoral fellow, recently received the 2021 Joseph & Jean Buckwalter Research Grant from the Midwest Nursing Research Society.

The grant will support her dissertation research project entitled “Exploring Perinatal Prescription Opioid Use and Misuse in Rural Settings.”

The purpose of this grant is to support the research development of budding scholars in the Midwest region, especially those with interests in cancer and depression.


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