- Cuellar appointed to National Academies committee on improving health and well-being for children and youthFebruary 27, 2023
Alison Evans Cuellar, professor in the Department of Health Administration and Policy, was appointed to the Improving the Health and Wellbeing of Children and Youth through Health Care System Transformation committee.
- November 4, 2022
Professor of public health Dr. Amira Roess shares why it is imperative we all get the latest COVID vaccine
- November 2, 2022
Led by Alicia Hong, professor of Health Administration and Policy, the interdisciplinary team developed a culturally-tailored WeChat wellness program to improve caregiver skills and reduce their stress.
- October 3, 2022
Anand Discusses Research on Paid Family Leave with U.S. Policymakers
- October 10, 2022
A teaching intervention by Andrea Landis and Bethany Cieslowski in the School of Nursing suggests that experiential learning opportunities are fundamental to learning about gender-affirming care.
- September 27, 2022
Assistant Professor Karen Trister Grace shares eight forms intimate partner violence, sometimes called domestic violence, can take. Some are commonly known and others are less visible.
- September 26, 2022
Michelle S. Williams, assistant professor in the Department of Global and Community Health, shares important facts about breast cancer that are often misconstrued or misunderstood.
- Tue, 09/20/2022 - 14:07
Dr. James “Jimmy” DeMarco is an assistant professor in the School of Nursing. His research interest included improving mental health outcomes through the use of nursing involvement and empowerment.
- Mon, 09/12/2022 - 09:33
Dr. Megan DuBois is a term assistant professor in the Department of Global and Community Health. One of her greatest objectives is to help teach, prepare, motivate, and mentor future public health leaders from diverse backgrounds. She believes that learning should result in greater well-being, and the highest level of learning should inspire action and change.
- September 12, 2022
K. Pierre Eklou, assistant professor in the School of Nursing, shares expertise on what behaviors may be signs of suicidal thoughts and how to help.