American Lung Association Presentation
MPH graduate students Joshua Huber and Veenu Khubnani conducted a poster poster presentation on COPD Self Management Education: Strategies for Better Clinical Outcomes and Quality of Life in American Lung Association-Lung Force Expo held on May 4th, 2016 in Oakbrook IL.
April was observed as National Minority Health Month by MPH@UIS!
The theme for 2016 “Accelerating Health Equity for the Nation,” was chosen to raise awareness of the health disparities that continue to affect racial and ethnic minorities and how we are working together to accelerate health equity.
Healthier communities mean lower health care costs, which translate into a stronger economy and a more productive, competitive America.
Dominique participated in the MPH Study Abroad to The Gambia in 2014. He continues to work to improve healthcare globally. By drawing attention to the factors that help minority populations achieve wellness, we are also building a stronger foundation for our nation’s increasingly diverse populations to prosper for generations to come.
The series of training sessions were a collaboration with Red Cross club on campus.
MPH GPSI Interns
These Master of Public Health Students were recognized at the annual breakfast meeting of the Graduate Public Service program (GPSI). MPH Chair,Dr. Josiah Alamu was also in attendance with Michael Rosenberger, Rahul G Patel, Christopher Vemagiri, Josiah Alamu, Alan Robin Jossy D’souza, Tarun Krothapalli, Biniyam Berhanu, Darrah Dunlap, and Allison Rump.
Several MPH Students are Now Red Cross First Aid Certified!
The Red Cross First-aid Training class was held on campus on Sunday April 17. To be eligible for free training students must attended the club meetings and sign-up for the event.
Illinois Environmental Health Association
Central Chapter Conference
Dr. Alamu Celebrates his Tenure with Colleagues
Dr. Shahram Heshmat Retires!
MPH Faculty sent Dr. Heshmat off with a luncheon held at Chesapeake Seafood House on May 13, 2014. He is retiring after 26 years with the University, but will still teach occasionally as an Adjunct. Dr. Heshmat’s specialty was Health Economics and some of the courses he taught included Addiction, Public Health Economics, Food and Health and Human Well-Being. Dr. Heshmat will be greatly missed by faculty, staff and students. Best wishes!!
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