Dr. Gerald Parker, vice president for public health preparedness and response, offers a roadmap for managing the next Ebola, or any global public health threat, whether naturally occurring or a deliberate attack.
Make sure your child’s dental health is as sparkling as his or her new school supplies in this back-to-school season
Regents and Distinguished Professor Kenneth McLeroy, Ph.D., will deliver the keynote address at the Health Education & Behavior (HE&B) Editorial Board meeting and luncheon in New Orleans on November 17.Continue Reading →
Getting back into the school routine can be a stressful time for any child, let alone those with learning or behavioral disorders. For children with ADHD, it can be difficult to focus in class. Managing your child's ADHD is a crucial step towards helping your child succeed in school.Continue Reading →
Rebecca Wells, Ph.D. was invited to present and discuss her research at a Public Health Systems Research Close-Up Briefing conducted by AcademyHealth in Washington D.C.Continue Reading →
Brenda Bustillos, M.S., RD, LD was selected as one of 19 people nationwide for the Delta Omega National Honorary Society in Public Health research poster presentations at the American Public Health Association (APHA) annual meeting.Continue Reading →
Ebola virus disease is a stark reminder that an outbreak anywhere can be a risk everywhere. This is both the harsh reality and the shining truth, but more than just managing this outbreak, we must learn from it and vow to prevent the next one by overcoming social, scientific and economic barriers that inhibit effective public health preparedness and response.Continue Reading →