Is malunggay seed oil extract useful for superficial wound healing? Is there a correlation between parenting styles and the academic performances of students? How do Physical Therapy students manage academic stress? Is there a relationship between parents’ profile and their family size?
These were the questions raised and answered in the researches presented by students from the various academic programs during the 5th Annual Student Research Forum on January 24, held at the De La Salle Villarosa Convention Hall.
The annual forum is a brainchild of the Center for Academic Health Sciences Research (CAHSR) of the Research Division to encourage DLSHSI students to turn in quality research work as only the best papers are chosen for presentation in the forum.
This year, the roster of presenters include the following:
College of Medicine:
“A Cross-sectional Analytical Study on the Relationship Between the Parent’s Profile and Family Size of Nursing Students in De La Salle Health Sciences Institute, SY 2011-2012”
Christel Velenzuela Pao
Arianne Ashely Mina Magtibay
Frances Leah Dimaano Miclat
Sabrina Florence O’Neil
Philip Teomar II Albia Radin
Bianca Borromeo Rojas
Pilipina Karla Mutya Villanueva Yaun
College of Medical Radiation Technology:
“Correlation Between Parenting Styles and Academic Performances of Radiologic Technology Students
Ma. Kristina Cuenca
Mark Rafael Romero
Jane Loraine Enon
Robert Kristian Tanarte
College of Nursing and School of Midwifery:
“Effects of Moringa Oleifera (Malunggay) Seed Oil Extract on Superficial Wound Healing”
Kimberly Kaye Cetra
Mary Joy Estaris
Maty Therese Jamer
Ann Julia Sison
College of Rehabilitation Sciences:
“Academic Stress Management Strategies of Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy Students of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute School Year 2011-2012”
Michelle Ann Carillo
Richel Lauren Ignacio
John Sebastian Tabuton
Maya Banessa Mita
During the forum, Dr. Rommel L. Salazar, CAHSR associate director, stressed emphasis on the importance of research in the development of students as they metamorphose into the best professionals in their respective fields.