JPHMP Direct Adds Camelia Singletary as Editorial Assistant
JPHMP Direct, the online companion site of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, the leading practice-based public health journal, is pleased to announce that Camelia Singletary, MPH, has been hired as a part-time editorial assistant.
Singletary will lend her efforts to the Journal’s ongoing social media outreach efforts and assist with developing a new podcast series as well as the JPHMP Direct newsletter.
“We’re happy to welcome Camelia to JPHMP Direct,” says Justin B. Moore, PhD, associate editor of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. “As a recent MPH graduate herself, Camelia brings an important perspective to a new podcast series we’re developing around the CPH examination competencies for MPH students. The series will feature experts from a diverse range of public health backgrounds with a focus on better understanding the competencies.”
Ms. Singletary received her master’s degree in public health from the University of South Carolina in 2015. Her research interests include exploring the implementation of school physical activity programs in combination with nutritional components. She is also interested in analyzing the adoption of physical activity and healthy eating skills from a social-cognitive perspective. As a public health communicator at JPHMP Direct, she hopes to create linkages between evidence-based research, public health coursework, and health certification competencies.
“Talking with public health leaders about CHP competencies is an opportunity I wish I’d had when I was a student,” Singletary said. “I know MPH students will need — and appreciate — the kinds of insights we’ll be sharing with them in this new podcast series.”
Please join us in welcoming Camelia Singletary to JPHMP Direct.
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