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Research led by Dr. David Fedele suggests that mobile health, or mHealth programs, may make a difference in promoting healthy behaviors.
UF’s Early Childhood Summit brought together more than 100 scholars, policy makers, advocates, philanthropists and practitioners to create actionable ideas to improve children’s early years.
Dr. Arch Mainous and colleagues found that low levels of physical activity are associated with higher blood sugar among adults who are at a healthy weight.
In the Spotlight
Student Publications Shine
- Letters to the editor were published from 11 of 13 students from Fall 2016 Journal Club class (shown here, with two students not pictured).
- Journals included high-profile publications such as American Journal of Public Health (3) and American Journal of Epidemiology (2).
- Epidemiology PhD graduates over the past year (eight students total across summer 2016, fall 2016, and anticipated in spring 2017) have a total of 69 peer-reviewed publications, 31 of them first-authored.
- These publications demonstrate extensive collaborations among fellow students and with faculty both within and outside of their home department.
The University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions has established a new educational model that focuses on the integration of public health problem-solving and individual patient care.
Mar 21st, 2017
Join us for the College of Public Health and Health Professions’ 30th annual Research Day on Wednesday, April 12.
Feb 28th, 2017
Glenn Ashkanazi, Vera Hemphill, Margaret Odom Renner and Caronne Rush have been named winners in the Health Science Center division.
Jan 5th, 2017
The Journal of Health Care Finance dedicated an entire issue to the legacy of Dr. Louis Gapenski, who passed away April 20.
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