Sources and Acknowledgements


We wish to thank Robert Gotwals, Jr., M.S.Ed., our mentor at the Shodor Education Foundation, for his valuable advice, assistance and guidance.

We also wish to thank Erin Bell, MS, currently a Ph.D. candidate at the UNC School for Publih Health, for advice and assistance.

Our sponsor at NCSSM, Ms. Link, has been a support and guide to us throughout this project.


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