- Fri, 01/13/2023 - 16:46
Dr.Yanika Kowitlawakul is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing and has been involved in teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Kowitlawakul’s research interests are educational technology and patient safety.
- Information about traumatic brain injury is hard to find and often hard to trust, according to new researchDecember 16, 2022
A new study from Tammie Jones and Ali Weinstein studied how individuals with a traumatic brain injury and their caregivers find health information for the disease and how to improve it.
- Marijuana use prevalence higher among adults with disabilities compared to those without disabilities, study findsDecember 16, 2022
A new study led by Associate Professor of Health Administration and Policy Gilbert Gimm found that the likelihood of past-month marijuana use among adults varies by type of disability and is higher in states with legalized medical marijuana.
- Fri, 12/09/2022 - 09:07
Dr. Jessica Mitro is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Global and Community Health (GCH). She is passionate about access to and mobilization of knowledge and excited to support our future community, public health, and healthcare professionals.
- November 9, 2022
At the end of the American Public Health Association’s Annual Meeting, Associate Professor Erin Maughan began the two-year position.
- November 9, 2022
The funding will help faculty begin new research projects around birth outcomes, environmental exposures, gestational weight gain, and e-cigarette cessation, respectively.
- November 4, 2022
Professor of public health Dr. Amira Roess shares why it is imperative we all get the latest COVID vaccine
- November 2, 2022
Led by Alicia Hong, professor of Health Administration and Policy, the interdisciplinary team developed a culturally-tailored WeChat wellness program to improve caregiver skills and reduce their stress.
- October 3, 2022
Anand Discusses Research on Paid Family Leave with U.S. Policymakers
- October 10, 2022
A teaching intervention by Andrea Landis and Bethany Cieslowski in the School of Nursing suggests that experiential learning opportunities are fundamental to learning about gender-affirming care.