SBS publications accepted for APHA 2019

Published: June 20th, 2019

Category: Faculty News, Featured, MPH Students, PhD Students, Student News

Numerous Social and Behavioral Sciences alumni, students, and faculty have had publications accepted for the American Public Health Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting from November 2-6 in Philadelphia, PA. PhD candidate Kelsea LeBeau; alumna Kanathy Haney, PhD; and faculty members Mark Hart, EdD, and Elizabeth Wood, DHS, are among SBS members with publications. The list of publications can be found below.

An examination of gender norms in health-related content posted to Snapchat Discover channels. Kelsea LeBeau, MPH, PhD Candidate and Mark Hart, EdD, MALS

Factors associated with successful reintegration of sex trafficking survivors as identified by key informants. Kelsea LeBeau, MPH, PhD Candidate, Kanathy Haney, PhD, MS, CHES, CPH, Mark Hart, EdD, MALS, and Lawren Mundy, PhD, APRN-BC

A Public Health Approach to Successful Reintegration of Sex Trafficking Survivors. Kanathy Haney, PhD, MS, CHES, CPH, Mark Hart, EdD, MALS, and Mary Ellen Young, PhD

Empowerment and Access to Service Providers Enhances Reintegration for Human Trafficking Survivors. Kanathy Haney, PhD, MS, CHES, CPH, Mark Hart, EdD, MALS, and Mary Ellen Young, PhD

Perceived Water Insecurity Among Adults from Urban and Peri-Urban Haiti. Elizabeth Wood, MPH, DHS, Hannah Douglas, Andrew Fiore, BA, BS, Robinson Bernier, and Kelly Chapman, MA, MPH

Reducing the Impact of ACES and Structural Disempowerment: Expanding Instruction of Resilience Skills in Early Childhood. Carol Lewis, PhD MPH, Lindsey King, PhD MPH, CHES, CCRP, CTTS, Donna Marie Ritchie and Hailey Striebich

Music for Delirium Management in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU). Isabel Walker, BA, Jennifer Munoz-Pareja, MD, Andrew Walker, BA and Maria Kerrigan, BA

How Accessible is Online Medical Marijuana Information? A Content Accessibility Evaluation of State Health Department Websites. Nichole Stetten, PhD, MPH, CPH, Jamie Pomeranz, PhD, CRC, CLCP, Michael Moorhouse, PhD, CRC, Allison Yurasek, PhD, and Amy Blue, PhD

Medical Marijuana’s Impact on Patients with Chronic Pain: Looking Beyond an Individual’s Level of Function. Nichole Stetten, PhD, MPH, CPH, Jamie Pomeranz, PhD, CRC, CLCP, Michael Moorhouse, PhD, CRC, Allison Yurasek, PhD, and Amy Blue, PhD