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Regina Conway-Phillips


Dr. Conway-Phillips is an Assistant Professor in the Niehoff School of Nursing at Loyola University Chicago. There, among other responsibilities, she teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs and the undergraduate Health Systems Management program.  Dr. Conway-Phillips’ research interests include ways to promote health of minority populations, including approaches to reduce cancer health disparities, and to promote early cancer detection in underserved communities. Her past work has identified factors that influence breast cancer screening behavior in African American women, and the influence of spirituality on breast health behaviors. Dr. Conway-Phillips continues to actively pursue research to understand the unique aspects of the African American women’s experience, values, and culture that form their beliefs about early cancer detection and adoption of cancer screening recommendations.

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