At the OHA, Kirstin was completing a descriptive analysis of 10 years of pesticide poisoning cases in Oregon for the Pesticide Exposure, Safety and Tracking program.
Water births had a lower risk of several maternal and neonatal outcomes, including postpartum hemorrhage and hospitalization soon after delivery, and no increase in neonatal death.
As an epidemiology professor and beyond, Marit Bovbjerg has championed OSU’s Open Educational Resource efforts.
Drew Docter will graduate with a master of public health focused on epidemiology. Originally from Madison, Wisc., he is confident that his time in the MPH program has given him the tools to better translate community voices and experiences into data-driven decision-making.
A recent study found the risk of dying from COVID-19 was even greater for racial and ethnic minority groups in rural areas compared with urban areas.
Oregon State alum Ryan Scholz draws on public health training in job as state veterinarian