College of Public Health "In the News"

Whether the focus is maternal, reproductive and women’s health, the effects of the proposed ACA and Medicaid cuts on Ohioans, finding solutions to the opioid crisis, regulating tobacco products, or other important issues of our day, College of Public Health experts are creating new knowledge through research and providing timely perspective. 

Some selected examples of CPH faculty and leadership “In the News”:

Ohio State News | 
June 6, 2019

“Our research supports the importance of sharing your wishes with your physician and your family, and suggests that doing that earlier can prevent unwanted procedures and hospitalizations that don’t align with your priorities and deteriorate your quality of life,” Prater said.

Ohio State News | 
May 24, 2019

“Because of the scope of the university’s disciplines and resources, and because of the partnerships we’ve formed over the years throughout the state, we are well suited to attack the many problems associated with addiction,” said William J. Martin, dean of the College of Public Health, which administers the fund. “The Opioid Innovation...

Portsmouth Daily Times | 
May 17, 2019
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While he was generally very complimentary of the federal Department of Energy’s decision to move forward with a third party study of contamination possibly coming from the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant in Piketon, The Ohio State University Professor of environmental health sciences Darryl B. Hood said what local officials should be pushing...

The Ohio State University Office of International Affairs | 
May 14, 2019

In Democratic Republic of the Congo, Marcel Yotebieng, Public Health, and Jesse Kwiek, Arts and Sciences, have been working to optimize HIV, Tuberculosis, and maternal and child health service delivery for almost two decades.