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Beverly Greenwald: Crappy Communication

Beverly Greenwald is a Family Nurse Practitioner and nursing professor at Angelo State University. She has assisted with colonoscopies since 1989 and has followed the evolution of colorectal cancer screening. She advocates to save lives through education of both patients and their health care providers by promoting this important screening.

Building Health System Capacity to Address Medical Misinformation and Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening

Dr. Brian Southwell is Senior Director of the Science in the Public Sphere Program in the Center for Communication Science at RTI International. He is a social scientist who oversees quantitative and qualitative research to assess risk perceptions, mental models of scientific concepts, and public trust in science and scientists. Southwell also is an active …

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Early Detection

Early detection saves lives, but 33% of eligible adults in North Dakota are not up to date with CRC screening.