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EASTmedicine doctoral researcher Claudia Citkovitz awarded special certificate of distinction

Complementary Medicine 8 May 2015

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EASTmedicine doctoral researcher Claudia Citkovitz’ project “Acupuncture During Acute Stroke Rehabilitation: Stakeholder Experience and Feasibility for Future Study” at New York University Lutheran Medical Centre in Brooklyn, is one of the projects of distinction as demonstrated by exceptional impact, quality, and congruence with the ELCA Social Statement ‘Caring for Health: Our Shared Endeavor’ (Senior Vice President Daniel A. Stiger).

EASTmedicine doctoral researcher Claudia Citkovitz’ project “Acupuncture During Acute Stroke Rehabilitation: Stakeholder Experience and Feasibility for Future Study” at New York University Lutheran Medical Centre in Brooklyn, is one of the projects of distinction as demonstrated by exceptional impact, quality, and congruence with the ELCA Social Statement ‘Caring for Health: Our Shared Endeavor’ (Senior Vice President Daniel A. Stiger).

Claudia competed successfully against a total of 15 eligible projects during 2015 for the ‘Caring for Health’ Quality and Research Award at NYU Lutheran Medical Centre where she is the Director of Acupuncture Services.

This recognition will be announced and Claudia will be awarded with a special certificate of distinction at the Lutheran Health Care Annual Research Fair on Thursday 14 May 2015.


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