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.
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Congratulations to the MPH Case Competition Team of Collin Durling, Giovanni Galvez, Ciara Geoghagen and Rebecca Low for their first-place finish in the Oregon Society of Healthcare Executives (OSHE) Student Bowl. This year’s case focused on developing a sustainable model for rural health care services. OSHE sponsors the competition for master’s degree students in health management every two years. This […]
Lilly Anderson, a second-year MPH student in the health promotion health behavior track, received a grant from the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice to fund the collaborative project, “A scoping review of the National Grange: A community level resource with the capacity to increase the reach of public health promotion and prevention for rural residents.” This project will […]
MPH student Ashley Jones received a grant from the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice from the University of Washington School of Public Health to help offset her internship costs. The grant funds projects in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming, and Ashley received funding for a field placement project titled “Central Oregon syringe […]