Posts Tagged ‘College of Public Health’

It will take a cross-discipline approach to halt the opioid crisis, experts at IPE Day say

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Cross-discipline and inter-agency efforts are likely to have the greatest impact on the current opioid epidemic. That was the take-away message at this year’s USF Health Interprofessional Education Day, focusing on the opioid crisis and held Nov. 13. To a capacity crowd in the USF Marshall Student Center’s Oval Theatre, experts and advocates from across […]

Recent COPH grad traveled the world with USF programs

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What’s on your bucket list? If you’re like a lot of people, at least one dream is to travel the world. Unfortunately for most of us, though, work or school gets in the way of having the time and resources to check that one off our list. But not so for David Arango. The recent […]

Interdisciplinary efforts to train mental health leaders of tomorrow

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World Mental Health Day is October 10 University of South Florida graduate student Sarah Lokey said she was looking for a degree program to address population health, while also keeping individual perspectives in mind. She decided to earn a dual master’s degree in public health and social work from USF’s College of Public Health (COPH) […]

Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative Partners Recognized by the USF College of Public Health


The Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative had the opportunity to recognize some of our exceptional community partners at a “Community Partners Celebration,” part of the University of South Florida College of Public Health’s 30th Anniversary events. More than 150 colleagues from almost 70 local, state, national, and international Exceptional Community Partner organizations attended the March 27th […]

New Course: Epidemiology of Alzheimer’s Disease


Click Here to view the flyer! Alzheimer’s disease has become a global epidemic that will continue to increase as the baby boom generation enters the age of highest risk.  Dementia is an umbrella term for problems with thinking and memory that develop in about half the population that lives to age 90-95; Alzheimer’s disease makes […]