Honors Program Theses
Honors Program Thesis (UNI Access Only)
Elaine Eshbaugh, Honors Thesis Advisor, Department of Applied Human Sciences
Alzheimer's disease--Treatment--Research; Publicity;
The main goal of this project was to provide a way to organize and communicate information to the public about current Alzheimer’s treatment research. I provided a summary of the most recent research being completed on Alzheimer’s treatment and organized the research into broader categories. This information was put into a pamphlet that Dr. Elaine Eshbaugh distributed to the general public to help clarify any confusion regarding Alzheimer’s disease treatment research. This analysis of the research is important because the general public does not have the background in biology that is necessary to understand the research being presented. It is important that the scientific information is organized and translated into a form the public can understand.
Year of Submission
School of Applied Human Sciences
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
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©2019 Abigail Manderfield
Manderfield, Abigail, "Communicating the status of Alzheimer's disease treatment research to the general public" (2019). Honors Program Theses. 391.