Dr. Donna Pawlowski, professor of communication studies at Bemidji State University recently had an article published in the Communication and Theater Association of Minnesota Journal.
Pawlowski’s research, which included interviews from 12 stroke survivors and their caregivers, examines the transition from hospital discharge to home care. The study focused on the recovery of stroke survivors, caregiver preparedness and how environmental changes affected both physical and emotional recovery.
- Dr. Donna Pawlowski, professor of communication studies; (218) 755-2487, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Communicating the Significance of Home: Stroke Survivors and Caregivers Share their Stories
- Communication and Theater Association of Minnesota Journal
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