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Marcel Yotebieng, associate professor of epidemiology

Quality is an 'afterthought' in the campaign for health care access, report finds

Associate professor of epidemiology Marcel Yotebieng co-authored a report that found between 5.7 and 8.4 million deaths occur each year from the poor quality of health care, rather than limited access to these services.

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David Hibler, veteran student advocate

Doctoral student advocates for military and veteran students at CPH

David Hibler, a doctoral student of environmental health sciences, was named the first College of Public Health veteran student advocate, a position created to support military and veteran students within the college.

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Courtney Dewart, doctoral student of epidemiology

Scholarship to attend family planning forum won by doctoral student

Epidemiology doctoral student Courtney Dewart won a scholarship to attend the annual North American Forum on Family Planning.

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A relatively simple effort to provide counseling and connect injection-drug users with resources could prove powerful against the spread of HIV in a notoriously hard-to-reach population, new research suggests.

New program boosts use of HIV medications in injection-drug users

Study employed simple, repeatable program, researchers say.

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Micah Berman, associate professor of public health and law

CPH professor of public health and law releases new textbook

Micah Berman, an associate professor with a joint appointment at the colleges of public health and law at Ohio State, co-authored a public health law textbook last month.

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Brittney Keller-Hamilton, program manager, Division of Epidemiology

CPH staff member wins annual research paper contest

CPH epidemiology program manager Brittney Keller-Hamilton was announced as one of five winners in the 2018 annual Preventing Chronic Disease Student Research Paper Contest.

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