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Cauchavius Watts awarded Robert Wood Johnson internship

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“I’m really looking forward to learning as much as possible,” said Cauchavius Watts, an USF College of Public Health student pursuing a MHA in health administration and a MPH in health policy and programs. Watts was recently awarded an internship from Robert Wood Johnson University Health (RWJUH) in New Brunswick, New Jersey. This internship is […]

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Isabella Chan puts education to practice in Peru with new fellowship

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USF College of Public Health doctoral candidate Isabella Chan is one of 16 2016-2017 recipients of the Inter-American Foundation Grassroots Development Fellowships. The fellowship will support Chan while she completes her dissertation research in the Carhuaz province of Peru this upcoming September until May. Chan’s research study will explore women’s decision-making around and experiences with intimate partner […]

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Florida Dept. of Health is first to achieve national accreditation

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The Florida Department of Health (DOH) has been a long standing partner of the USF College of Public Health. This year that bond grows stronger with the DOH’s recent accreditation. In March, the DOH became the first in the nation to achieve national accreditation through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB)’s integrated local public health […]

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Dr. Sean Gregory evaluates appendicitis protocol

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“It’s been a classic medical school question, does this person have appendicitis or not?” said Dr. Sean Gregory, USF College of Public Health assistant professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management. Gregory recently had an article, “Cost-Effectiveness of Integrating a Clinical Decision Rule and Staged Imaging Protocol for Diagnosis of Appendicitis”, published in […]