The Maternal and Child Health Student Organization at the USF College of Public Health is backing a women’s health issues teleconference sponsored by the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. The teleconference will be held at the Marshall Student Center on Oct. 22 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. MPH students Christina Sudduth and […]
With the Ebola virus riding high in the news and presenting a global public health priority, the USF College of Public Health has been doing its part to keep the public informed. Dr. Thomas Unnasch, chair and Distinguished USF Health Professor in the Department of Global Health, has used appearances on television news and an […]
A professor and alumna from the USF College of Public Health were among a handful of physicians chosen for an elite course at the Gorgas Memorial Institute this summer in Lima, Peru. Dr. Ricardo Izurieta, associate professor in the Department of Global Health, and Dr. Rosanna Ianiro, a Global Health MPH graduate, were among those […]
“Once Upon a Homecoming” was the theme. SuperBull XVIII was the event. And the College of Public Health was front and center for USF’s 2014 homecoming celebration. Academic and Student Affairs and Undergraduate Studies put on their creative thinking caps for the USF Health Office Decorating Contest. For their efforts, ASA placed second, and Undergraduate […]
The #usfcophrocks tour is headed to the Dean’s Lecture Series for a conversation with Dr. Richard Hartman. He’s an entrepreneur, a finalist for USF’s Fast 56 Award and a graduate of the USF College of Public Health. Join us. This event is part of the USF College of Public Health’s yearlong 30th anniversary celebration. To […]
USF College of Public Health student Bradley Keating is a humanitarian for the masses. As a trained firefighter and certified medic, he has been involved in relief efforts in disasters across the globe for the last four years in Haiti, Japan, Israel and the Philippines. After the typhoon in the Philippines, Bradley, as an undergraduate, […]
The Center is dedicated to determining the most effective strategies, programs and systems for reducing illness and death among mothers, their infants and young children. It is the lead agency for coordinating a federally funded Healthy Start initiative and has multiple sources of funding.
This Center’s scope includes spouse, child, elder, same sex partner abuse and other forms of relationship violence. The focus is on research, information-gathering, idea-sharing, training, policy analysis & advocacy.
Supported by $1 million yearly from NIOSH, the Center’s mission is to promote health and well-being in the workplace through interdisciplinary education and research programs for physicians, nurses, industrial hygienists, occupational safety experts, employers, employees & labor representatives in Region IV, a nine state region in the Southeastern US. This program based in the department […]
One vital purpose of the USF College of Public Health is to protect worker health. To serve this end we have created the Center for Occupational Health Planning and Education. The Center seeks to engage and include the local community in our efforts to promote the health and safety of the Florida workforce and beyond. […]