Undergraduate students interested in honing their skills are invited to apply for the Summer Institute in Occupational Health and Safety. Hosted at the University of South Florida College of Public Health, the institute runs from June 9-14. During the week-long session, Summer Institute in Occupational Health and Safety participants visit with experts in the College […]
USF SafetyFlorida and the USF OSHA Training Institute Education Center recently hosted an occupational safety and health seminar for nursing home and residential care facility workers. The seminar, held January 16 in Jacksonville, had 25 participants in attendance. Topics discussed included ergonomic and chemical hazards, as well as hazards that cause slips, trips, and falls. […]
Patrick Rodriguez, MSPH, CPH is the Hepatitis prevention coordinator for the Hillsborough County Health Department. In this capacity, he investigates local cases of Hepatitis and coordinates with hospitals, jails, and primary care providers to prevent hepatitis infection. Additionally, he works with the state perinatal Hepatitis B prevention program to protect babies born to mothers carrying the […]
In December, two members of the college community added to their family circle … Robert and Annette Chilton introduced son Henry Charles to the world on December 3. He arrived at 12:12 a.m. weighing 7lbs, 11oz. and 20.5 inches in length. “We are sleepy, but very happy,” said Annette Chilton, MBA, assistant director of administrative […]
Hillman, Michael James, 36, of Brandon, left us suddenly on November 24, 2012. Born in the Great Lakes Naval Hospital, he lived briefly in Bath Township, Ohio, before moving to Tampa with his family at the age of two. He attended Christ the King Elementary School from kindergarten through eighth grade, and was a lifelong Parish member […]
Jill Sears, a graduate student at the University of South Florida College of Public Health, placed second in the Florida Air & Waste Management Association’s Graduate Student Poster competition. The event was held in conjunction with the Association’s annual conference and exhibition on October 14-16 in Crystal River. Ms. Sears presented a poster titled “The […]
University of South Florida College of Public Health professor Raymond Harbison, PhD was appointed to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) Standards and Assessment Human Health Peer Review Committee. The group assists the FDEP with developing water quality criteria for Florida. Dr. Harbison is a professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health and is […]
Amanda Evans is an ORISE Research Fellow with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. She is assigned to the National Center for Environmental Assessment in Cincinnati, Ohio. Ms. Evans earned a master of science in public health in environmental health from the University of South Florida College of Public Health.