From who should enroll to how to enroll to what they are enrolling in, implementation of the Affordable Care Act provided health policy experts in the USF College of Public Health with a plethora of opportunities to inform the public, engage with media, and interact with elected officials. Jodi Ray, project director for the Florida Covering Kids... READ MORE »
Without question, life is short. So, why waste time doing something you don’t enjoy? 'If you love what you do, you just do it' says, Donna Petersen, ScD, MHS, CPH, dean of the USF College of Public Health and interim senior vice president for USF Health. She recently spoke with The Tampa Times about her passion for public health, juggling t... READ MORE »
World traveler. Student extraordinaire. Global health practitioner. She’s Krystal Hill, a graduate student in the USF College of Public Health, and she recently returned from St. Lucia, the site of her international field experience. As a USF undergraduate and graduate student, Krystal carefully orchestrated a collegiate career that perfectly blends leadership, scholarship, and research with global health. She served as the student assistant for the college’s Department of Globa... READ MORE »
“What interests me most about public health is the vast impact public health has on populations,” explains USF alumna Stephanie Briguglio, MPH, CPH. “ … And how these populations don't necessarily realize what public health is until it's NOT working!” A native of North Potomac, Ma... READ MORE »
Natalie Hernandez, PhD, recently joined leading public health officials for a national dialogue on approaches to addressing health disparities and achieving health equity. Coordinated by The Satcher Health Leadership Institute at the Morehouse School of Medicine, the "Underserved and High... READ MORE »
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