Caroline Poland ’10 lectures in Athens Greece

In May, Ms. Caroline Poland ’10 (Mental Health Counseling) was invited to Athens, Greece to present a series of lectures.
The first lecture was presented at the University of Athens Children’s Hospital, and was entitled Medical and Psychological Aspects of Decision-Making About Vaccines. 

The second lecture was given at the 2011 Mayo Clinic Alumni Association International CME Program Living Long-Living Well. This lecture was entitled Work-Life Balance From the Perspective of a Physician (Father) and Counselor (Daughter): Tantalus Revisited and was co-presented with her father, Dr. Greg Poland (Mayo Clinic). 
Ms. Caroline Poland, along with her father Dr. Greg Poland, recently published an editorial in the August issue of the journal Vaccine entitled Vaccine education spectrum disorder: the importance of incorporating psychological and cognitive models into vaccine education.

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