Marking its 22nd year, Greater Lansing Community Research Day, which takes place on Wednesday, March 12, will bring a number of Michigan State University College of Nursing faculty and area health care providers together to discuss the latest advancements in research and medical care.
Participants will be sharing their knowledge and expertise with others from the health community including Sparrow Health System, McLaren Greater Lansing and Allegiance Health.
From pediatric health to elderly patient care, a wide range of topics will be covered to help improve the wellbeing of patients overall.
The event will be held at Allegiance Health in Jackson from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. and will include a presentation, “From Research to Practice,” by Al Pheley, director of research at Allegiance. Health and research posters created by MSU faculty and other participants will also be on display representing various research projects.