Bush receives Rising Star honor for injury and violence prevention work
Oct 18, 2021
Ashley Bush, DrPH, the principal investigator and epidemiologist of the Kentucky Violence and Injury Prevention Program (KVIPP), was among four recipients of the...
Fire Prevention Week emphasizes need for smoke alarms in home
Oct 6, 2021
Kentucky has a high rate of fire-related fatalities—17.9 per million in 2019, more than 50 percent higher than the national average rate of 10.7 per million. As...
Kathleen Winter Named State Epidemiologist
May 3, 2021
LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 3, 2021) - University of Kentucky College of Public Health Assistant Professor Kathleen Winter, PhD, MPH, is joining the Kentucky Department of...
College of Public Health Presents Student Awards
May 2, 2021
  Click above to watch the full video.   The 2020-2021 College of Public Health Student Awards were held virtually on April 9, 2021. With a...
New Study Aims to Reduce Alcohol Use and Risky Sexual Behavior Among College Students
May 2, 2021
Dr. Anne Ray, assistant professor of Health, Behavior & Society at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health, is principal investigator of a new...
Dr. Joseph Benitez is Featured Panelist at UPenn Conference on Health Reform
Apr 26, 2021
What are the prospects for health care reform in the Biden Administration? To answer this question, the UPenn Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics...
Dr. Caitlin Pope Joins Journal of Safety Research Editorial Board
Feb 23, 2021
  Dr. Caitlin N. Pope, assistant professor in the Department of Health, Behavior & Society at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health, has...
Alumni Profile: Dr. Torrie Harris, DrPH 2007
Feb 22, 2021
In recognition of Black History Month, the College of Public Health is sharing interviews with some of our outstanding Black alumni. We asked each of these...
Alumni Profile: Dr. Swannie Jett, DrPH 2011
Feb 14, 2021
  In recognition of Black History Month, the College of Public Health is sharing interviews with some of our outstanding Black alumni. We asked each of...
Free Shareable Graphics: Valentine's Cards for the Pandemic Era
Feb 12, 2021
     Sometimes love means staying six feet away.   Looking for the right way to say "Happy Valentine's Day...now cover your face and...
Alumni Profile: Kayla Storrs, MPH
Feb 10, 2021
  In recognition of Black History Month, the College of Public Health is sharing interviews with some of our outstanding Black alumni. We asked each of...
“Anxious, Worried, Overwhelmed": the Pandemic's Toll on Kids
Feb 9, 2021
    Dean Donna Arnett of the University of Kentucky College of Public Health recently spoke with Sam Dick of WKYT-TV about the...
Research Seeks to Understand and Reduce Environmental Exposures in Eastern Kentucky
Feb 7, 2021
  In a new study, University of Kentucky researchers and members of three community-based nonprofits will use a multidisciplinary, stakeholder-engaged...
Alumni Profile: Dr. Amanda Sokan, MHA  2006 and  PhD Gerontology  2011 
Feb 3, 2021
  In recognition of Black History Month, the College of Public Health is sharing interviews with some of our outstanding Black and African American ...
Suicide Prevention Consortium of Kentucky Honors Dr. Sabrina Brown for Service
Jan 25, 2021
Dr. Sabrina Brown, associate professor in the Department of Epidemiology at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health and faculty researcher at the...
Online MPH Ranked Among "Most Affordable" in the U.S.
Nov 30, 2020
  The 100% online Master of Public Health program at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health has been ranked among the Top 25 Most...
Study Explores New Strategies to Recruit Participants into Research on Drug Use
Nov 12, 2020
A new study led by University of Kentucky College of Public Health researcher Dr. April Young and Emory University researcher Dr. Hannah Cooper...
Researchers Study COVID-19 and Decision-Making for Reopening Schools
Nov 12, 2020
  Over the past several months, schools across the country have been forced to make difficult decisions about whether and how to return to the...
Study Reveals “Wasp Dope” Use in Appalachian Kentucky
Nov 12, 2020
  Data from part of the $5.5 million CARE2HOPE project co-led by University of Kentucky researcher Dr. April Young reveals the use of a new...
Join the College of Public Health at APHA 2020
Oct 25, 2020
The events may be virtual, but the University of Kentucky College of Public Health is showing up in a big way for 2020 American Public Health Association...

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