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Myunghan Choi | OMICS International
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Myunghan Choi

Myunghan Choi Professor Myunghan Choi, PhD, MPH, APRN,BC Assistant Research Professor. Post-Master’s Certification - Arizona State University, Adult Nurse PractitionerPhD - University of Arizona, College of Nursing MPH - Chungnam National University, S. Korea BSN - Pusan National University, S. Korea Post-Master’s Certification - Gerontology, University of Arizona.

Biography

Professor Myunghan Choi, is currently working as Sr. Medical Science Liaison at Eisai Phoenix, Arizona Area.Prior to that she worked as a Nurse Practitioner at IPC Healthcare, Inc.She also has experienced as Assistant Professor, Research at Arizona State University, CONHI. She has published many articles which includeKim, N., Park, H., & Choi. M. (2013). Construction of physical activity model of the elderly. Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion, 30(1):27-39. Dodgson, J., Bloomfield, M., Choi. M. (2013). Are health science students' beliefs about infant feeding evidence-based? Nurse Education Today, doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2013.02.015 (Impact factor 1.498) Kim, J. Y., Goran, M. I., Toledo-corral, C. M., Weigenberg, M. J., Choi, M., & Shaibi, G. Q. One-hour glucose during an oral glucose challenge prospectively predicts B-cell deterioration and prediabetes in obese Hispanic youth (2013). Diabetes Care, 36 (6):1681-6. doi:10.2337/dc12-1861. (Impact factor 8.10)

Research Interest

 Clinical research

Nursing

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