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Program faculty, students and alumni have been busy making contributions to research in the field of Public Health:

  • Abstract Title:  Sex and Racial/Ethnic Sleep Differences and the Relationship between Sleep and Weight among U.S. College Students

Author:  Jaesin Sa, PhD, CHES ( TUC Public Health Program faculty), Samuel, T., Lee, J., Chaput, J., Chung, J. & Grigsby-Toussaint, D. (in press)
Forum:  Journal Article Journal of American College Health   
  • A recent systematic review by Dr. Carinne Brody and colleagues examines effectiveness of self-help group programmmes on women's empowerment:  
    Economic self-help group programmes for improving women’s empowerment
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  • California Exoneree Health & Well-Being Project (CEHW)
    The Touro University of California Public Health Program and the Oakland, California based non-profit organization Exonerated Nation collaborate for the CEHW Project to study the current state of physical, mental, and emotional health among California exonerees and their needs for immediate and long-term support.  Learn more in the CEHW newsletter.

  • Abstract Title: Process toward the development of an innovative MPH concentration: Health Equity and Criminal Justice.

Author: Gayle Cummings, MPH, PsyD(c) (TUC Public Health Program Director)
Forum: Association for Prevention Teaching and Research (APTR) 2019 Annual Meeting: Building a New Paradigm for Population Health (Cleveland, OH)
Date/s: April 1-3, 2019
Presentation Type: Oral presentation
 
  • Abstract Title: Developing a “Health Equity and Criminal Justice (HECJ)” Concentration for a Master of Public Health (MPH) Program: Assessment of Community and Potential Employer Interest

Author: Alexandra Hernandez, PhD (TUC Public Health Program faculty)
Forum: Association for Prevention Teaching and Research (APTR) 2019 Annual Meeting: Building a New Paradigm for Population Health
Date/s: April 1-3, 2019
Presentation Type: Oral presentation

  • Abstract Title: Fulfilling Rural Women's Right to Contraception:  How Village Health Teams and Performance-Based Incentives Can Help - Experience from Western Uganda

Author: Sanny Gotto, Obed Kabanda, Yusuf Baseka, Sara Jane Holcombe, Sahai Burrowes
Forum: International Conference on Family Planning, Kigali, Rwanda
Date/s: November 12-12, 2018
Presentation Type: Poster Presentation

  • Abstract Title: Do Combination HIV Prevention Programs Result in Increased Empowerment, Inclusion and Agency to Demand Equal Rights for Key Populations?:  A Systematic Review Protocol

Authors:  Carinne Brody, DrPH, MPH (TUC Public Health Program faculty), Say S, Tuot S, Yi S, Restoy E, Pantelic M
Forum: Article, PROPSPERO International Prospective Register for Systematic Reviews
Date/s: July 1, 2018
Authors:  Yi S, Tuot S, Shhoun P, Pal K, Chhim K, Ngin C, Carinne Brody, DrPH, MPH (TUC Public Health Program faculty)
Forum:  Article, PLoS One
Date:  July 2, 2018

Authors:  Shadi Doroudgar, Hannah Mae Chuang, Kimberly Bohnert, Joanne Canedo, Sahai Burrowes (TUC Public Health Program faculty), Paul J. Perry
Forum:  Article, Taylor & Francis Online
Date:  July 14, 2018

Authors:  Sarah Jane Holcombe, Sahai Burrowes, Dawit Hailu, Ryan Scott and Aster Berhe
Forum:  Article, African Journal of Reproductive Health
Date:  June, 2018

Here are additional examples of the exciting work Program faculty, students and alumni are sharing in national and international forums.

TUC Public Health Program Research Presentations

TUC Public Health Program Research Publications

 

CENTER FOR GLOBAL HEALTH RESEARCH

Innovative and interdisciplinary global health research endeavors which aim to inform evidence-based global health practice.

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CENTER FOR COMMUNITY BASED RESEARCH

The PH program collaborates with local agencies and organizations, promoting the health & well-being of  our communities.

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