Heather W
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Thornton, CO
Joined 1/30/2017
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Heather has her Master's degree in prosthetics and orthotics and is quite comfortable writing about topics in the health, wellness, exercise and medical industries in addition to student experiences, home improvement, decorating and outdoor activities. She is also a nationally certified personal trainer. Heather writes monthly medical journal article summaries for a national, scientific society in her field as well as monthly newsletters for a well-known Midwestern university. Heather also maintains the social media accounts and assists with blog content for a southern dental practice.
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This is an example of a medical journal article summary Heather recently authored as a scientific liaison for a national health organization. Her role as a scientific liaison is to read and summarize the findings of contemporary gait-related articles on a monthly basis so that they may be disseminated to society members for use in Evidence-Based Practice.

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Health, wellness, exercise, fitness, medicine, prosthetics, orthotics, physical therapy, outdoors, home design, children, family.

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Heather appreciates the outdoors and in her free time, enjoys mountain biking, running, horseback riding, snowboarding, hiking and volunteering.

Education

Northwestern University

Master's of Prosthetics-Orthotics
Bachelor's of Arts in Exercise Science

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This is an example of a medical journal article summary Heather recently authored as a scientific liaison for a national health organization. Her role as a scientific liaison is to read and summarize the findings of contemporary gait-related articles on a monthly basis so that they may be disseminated to society members for use in Evidence-Based Practice.

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In February of 2016, Heather was selected as the Student-Resident Delegate for Northwestern University. During her time in this role, she created a monthly newsletter focused on Academy news and highlights that is distributed to Northwestern University's Prosthetics-Orthotics students. The intent of this newsletter is to establish a relationship between students and the Academy, as well as showcase benefits of Academy involvement. She also participated in monthly calls with the Student-Resident Committee. In 2016, Heather attended the annual Academy meeting where she had the opportunity to volunteer with high school students in order to raise awareness and generate interest in the field of prosthetics and orthotics. Heather also attended the 2016 Midwest Chapter Academy meeting, where she volunteered both during the meeting and during an RIC (Rehabilitative Institute of Chicago) directed study.

In November of 2016, Heather assumed the role of a National Student Resident Delegate for the Academy.

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This is an example of a medical journal article summary Heather recently authored as a scientific liaison for a national health organization. Her role as a scientific liaison is to read and summarize the findings of contemporary gait-related articles on a monthly basis so that they may be disseminated to society members for use in Evidence-Based Practice.

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In February of 2016, Heather was selected as the Student-Resident Delegate for Northwestern University. During her time in this role, she created a monthly newsletter focused on Academy news and highlights that is distributed to Northwestern University's Prosthetics-Orthotics students. The intent of this newsletter is to establish a relationship between students and the Academy, as well as showcase benefits of Academy involvement. She also participated in monthly calls with the Student-Resident Committee. In 2016, Heather attended the annual Academy meeting where she had the opportunity to volunteer with high school students in order to raise awareness and generate interest in the field of prosthetics and orthotics. Heather also attended the 2016 Midwest Chapter Academy meeting, where she volunteered both during the meeting and during an RIC (Rehabilitative Institute of Chicago) directed study.

In November of 2016, Heather assumed the role of a National Student Resident Delegate for the Academy.

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