Posts Tagged ‘Carol Bryant’

World’s largest social marketing conference anchored at USF

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The first and largest conference of its kind, the 23rd Social Marketing Conference convenes in Clearwater Beach on June 18 with a strong USF College of Public Health presence. An annual event through 2012, it now is held only in even-numbered years to avoid conflicting with the newer World Social Marketing Conference held in odd-numbered […]

USF awarded new funding for Florida Prevention Research Center

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The new five-year funding for the USF College of Public Health-based center was highly competitive and comes with a new emphasis— reducing the risks of colorectal cancer in underserved populations The University of South Florida College of Public Health has received new federal funding for its successful Florida Prevention Research Center to conduct innovative public health prevention […]

Dr. Aimee Eden is living the dream in Kentucky

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Aimee Eden, PhD, MPH, is a qualitative researcher at the American Board of Family Medicine in Lexington, KY. Her focus areas include: various aspects of family medicine, including quality of care, patient- and family-centered care, professionalism, inter-professional collaboration, physician experience, and much more. As the mother of two young children, family medicine hits close to […]

PBS features Florida Prevention Research Center’s Better Bites Initiative

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Better Bites Snack Strong initiative, which expands availability of healthful menu items at community recreational and professional sports facilities, schools, restaurants, and state parks, was recently featured on the local affiliate for PBS KET in Kentucky.     Better Bites is one of the initiatives created through the Florida Prevention Research Center’s Community Based Prevention […]