The ABCS of heart health

January 12, 2016 by Tessie Pollock | CPH Communications
Categories: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Center for Environmental Health, epidemiology, Alumni

College of Public Health grad shares a key takeaway of the CDC’s Million Hearts initiative.

Matthew Ritchey takes a big-picture view of our hearts.

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Preschoolers who eat their veggies just as likely to eat junk food

January 11, 2016 by Colleen Herr | Communications Coordinator
Categories: epidemiology, Faculty, Research

Public-health experts have long expected that kids who eat more carrots and apples are less likely to eat a lot of candy and fries, but new research is calling that into question.

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Public Health Student Receives Award from the American Statistical Association

January 11, 2016 by Colleen Herr | Communications Coordinator
Categories: Biostatistics, PhD, Students

Brittney Bailey, a PhD student studying biostatistics at the College of Public Health and advised by Abigail Shoben, PhD is the recipient of the Lester R. Curtin Award from the American Statistical Association (ASA).

Established in 2013, Bailey is the second College of Public Health student to be the recipient of this annual award.

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2015 Year in Review

December 29, 2015 by Colleen Herr | Communications Coordinator
Categories: Academic, Events, Faculty, Food, Maternal Health, Research, Student Research, Students

2015 brought some exciting times to the college: the presentation of the Champions of Public Health Awards; a visit from the US Surgeon General; the celebration of National Public H

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Workplace Intervention can lead to Diabetes Prevention

December 17, 2015 by Colleen Herr | Communications Coordinator
Categories: Biostatistics, Research

A recent Ohio State Study shows the workplace can provide an ideal setting for identifying employees with prediabetes and reduce the risk for diabetes through effective wellness programs.

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World in Motion: Preventing the Global Spread of Disease

December 11, 2015 by Alex Plaster | CPH Communications
Categories: MPH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Center for Environmental Health, Infectious Disease, alumni mph

Public Health is a very broad, all-encompassing field, which can pose a challenge to students choosing which public health path to take. Luckily, there are many current students, recent graduates and alumni who are eager to share their experiences to help others. Jalisa Herron, MPH ’15 tells about her unique job and how she got there.

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Public Health Student Receives Undergraduate Research Award

December 11, 2015 by Colleen Herr | Communications Coordinator
Categories: Students, Student Research, Research, Maternal Health, Global Health, BSPH

Jamie Luster, an undergraduate student studying Public Health Sociology at the College of Public Health has been selected as a recipient of a SOLAR Fund Undergraduate Research Award for her analysis of Demographic Health Survey data from Malawi to better understand unmet needs for contraception, especially among HIV-positive w

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Small World for Successful Alumna

December 10, 2015 by Joanne Pearsol | Associate Director, Center for Public Health Practice
Categories: Alumni, Alumni PEP, PEP

It is a small world in public health circles. Just ask Kim Rieman, recent - and very busy – graduate of the MPH program at Ohio State, whose path crossed with the Center for Public Health Practice (CPHP) numerous times in 2015.

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College of Public Health Student Stress Survey Results

December 8, 2015 by Colleen Herr | Communications Coordinator
Categories: Students, HBHP

Between holidays and cramming for finals, ‘tis the season for stress! But take a little breather while you check out this info graphic. Dr. Klein’s Community Health Assessment students prepared it with results from the stress & coping survey that was distributed through the college newsletters last month.

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Culminating project results in $35,000 grant

November 23, 2015 by Colleen Herr | Communications Coordinator
Categories: Maternal Health, PEP, infant mortality

Dr. Anne Taylor

A $35,000 grant was recently awarded to the Moms2B program by the Columbus Medical Association Foundation as a result of a culminating project completed by MPH student, Dr. Anne Taylor.

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