Westhoff,W., Cohen,C.F., Cooper,E.E., Corvin,J., McDermott,R.J. (2012). Cooperation or competition: Does Game Theory Have Relevance for Public Health?. American Journal of Health Education. 2012:43(3) 172-180.
Archive for April, 2012
Ms. Bridget Leivan (Department of Global Health, University of South Florida) and Leonardo Martinez (Department of Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences, Tulane University) have been granted the Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools (HSHPS) Scholarship to carry out the 2012 Internship in Tropical Diseases and Global Health in Ecuador. Public health students from all across the […]
Students can click here: http://health.usf.edu/ahec/USFHealthServicesCorps/hscevents.htm to see Spring 2012 Service Corps Opportunities (http://health.usf.edu/NR/rdonlyres/434E2C03-B2DF-4FF6-A45E-61D282DBF03D/0/Spring2012ServiceCorpsOpportunities.pdf) for the most up to date, comprehensive listing of events and projects, which are arranged by categories and the Service Corps Calendar (http://my.calendars.net/servicecorps) to view upcoming events in chronological order. Here is our next great event: Saturday, May 12th, 10:30 am – 4:30 pm. (rain date of May 19th). Springtime “Spruce Up” Project! […]
A number of COPH faculty, staff and students participated in the March of Dimes March for Babies walk on Saturday, April 28th, as shown in the photo above. The COPH community is still welcome to contribute to the team page at: http://www.marchforbabies.org/s_team_page.asp?seid=1730309.
Dr. Matt Tucker & Dr. Dennis Kyle Dr. Matthew Tucker (Global Health PhD, 2010) returned to campus last week to receive the USF Outstanding Dissertation Award. Professor Karen Liller, Dean of the Graduate School, presided over the “Scholars of Excellence” celebration and she introduced Matt with comments about his outstanding work. Dr. Tucker is […]
Six years ago USF had no researchers working on malaria. Today, more than 60 faculty members, staff and students are tackling major challenges needed to end malaria, a preventable and treatable mosquito-borne disease that killed more than 650,000 people last year — overwhelmingly children in sub-Saharan Africa That accomplishment didn’t escape the notice of the Malaria Policy […]
From left, Dr. Tom Massey, Dr. Julie Baldwin, Dr. Bruce Lubotsky Levin, and Donna Burton USF graduate students and community professionals will gain stronger research skills for addressing drug abuse and other behavioral health problems in children and adolescents with the help of a $1.72 million grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse. The […]
Kim SY, England LJ, Sappenfield W, Wilson HG, Bish C, Salihu H, Sharma A. Racial/Ethnic Differences in the Percentage of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Attributable to Overweight and Obesity, Florida, 2004-2007. Preventing Chronic Disease 2012; 9:11_0429. http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd9.110249 Abstract Introduction Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) affects 3% to 7% of pregnant women in the United States, and Asian, […]
Todd Patrick, MPH (PHP,’09) is the Area 6 prevention training consultant and HIV/AIDS surveillance coordinator for the Hillsborough County Health Department in Tampa. However, he also doubles as an instructor in the college’s undergraduate program. For the second semester in a row, Patrick taught “Critical Issues in the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in America.” The class explores the history […]
Sara Petrick, MPH (EH,’11) is a quality improvement analyst with Pediatric Health Care Alliance in Tampa.