The Western Kentucky University (WKU) Institute for Rural Overall health (IRH) has joined forces with the Center for Applied Science in Overall health and Aging (CASHA) to collaborate on an revolutionary Bingocize® workshop. This workshop focuses on physical exercise, COVID-19, Influenza, Shingles, and Pneumonia education and wellness promotion.
Major this project are Dr. Kim Hyperlink, Co-Director of the IRH, and Dr. Jason Crandall, Creator of Bingocize® and Co-Director of CASHA. They are joined by Dr. Mark Schafer, CASHA Investigation Fellow, and Dr. Kara Haughtigan from the CHHS College of Nursing and Allied Overall health.
The funding for this project is supplied by means of a partnership with the Aging and Disability Vaccination Collaborative, led by USAging. A total of $152,000 will be allocated to develop, give, and help in the delivery of the new Bingocize® workshop.
Dr. Kim Hyperlink expressed her excitement about the project, stating, “The Institute for Rural Overall health is thrilled to be a component of this Bingocize® workshop that not only focuses on vaccination education, but also incorporates activities that market every day habits to enhance immunity, wellness, and illness prevention in older adults across Kentucky.”
For a lot more details on the WKU Institute for Rural Overall health, interested men and women can speak to Dr. Kim Hyperlink at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Qingfang Song at email@example.com. Alternatively, they can stop by the institute’s web page at https://www.wku.edu/irh/.