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In this time of social distancing, can research studies continue? COPH prof publishes paper on videoconferencing research protocols

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COVID-19—and the social distancing and stay-at-home measures it has forced—have upended all our lives and work. But for scientists whose study protocols call for in-person interactions, the current times are particularly challenging for research continuity. Enter videoconferencing. To help fellow researchers transition to the videoconferencing environment—an approach she’s used extensively […]

COPH alum—and now faculty member—nominated to MCH editorial board

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Many graduates of the USF College of Public Health (COPH) move on to distinguished and successful careers in all parts of the country and world, providing a fantastic opportunity for the college to expand its reach and influence. Others find meaningful and important work close to home. And still others […]

COPH research study associates firearm and motor vehicle injuries with higher medical costs

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Emergency medical services (EMS) teams routinely triage patients based on the severity of their injuries. But sometimes, says a new study conducted by USF College of Public Health (COPH) researchers, that triaging can go too far. The study, “Association of mechanism of injury with overtriage of injured youth patients as […]

COPH around-the-globe-graduate honored with prestigious research and teaching award

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While many activities and aspects of the curriculum at the USF College of Public Health (COPH) focus on serving the local community, the school encourages its students to think beyond where they live. Many students study global health and go on to share their expertise with those in different corners […]