West Virginia University School of Public Health graduate student Ms. Meghan Tuscano will be presenting research for a mindfulness intervention study at the upcoming 26th Annual Meeting of the West Virginia Rural Health Association in October 2018. Ms. Tuscano has been involved with the study, “Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention among those in Recovery from Opioid Use Disorder Receiving Outpatient Medication-Assisted Treatment: Preliminary Results from a Quasi-Experimental Study,” from its inception.
[Photo: Ms. Meghan Tuscano]
Her co-authors include Dr. Keith Zullig of the WVU School of Public Health’s department of social and behavioral sciences; Ms. Laura Lander of the WVU School of Medicine’s department of behavioral medicine and psychiatry; Dr. Gerry Hobbs of the WVU Eberly College of Arts and Sciences’ department of statistics; and Ms. Laurel Faulkenberry of the WVU School of Medicine’s department of behavioral medicine and psychiatry.
Ms. Tuscano also was awarded a competitive scholarship to attend the conference.