Category Archives: Spotlight on JPHMP Editorial Board

Making Strides in Public Health: Spotlight on Dr. Ross Brownson

by Sheryl Monks “[A] really important part of Public Health 3.0 is having new partners in new disciplines. Not just rounding up the usual suspects of the health sector but thinking about economists or the agricultural sector or the school sector or city planning. And universities often have departments that focus on those disciplines… [S]ome of the biggest strides we

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The Wide World of Public Health: Spotlight on Dr. JP Leider

JPHMP Spotlight JP Leider

by Sheryl Monks “[A]s an undergraduate I studied ethics and genetics, so not terribly applied in the way that public health is, and I found that that’s what I loved about it, that there were things that you could do that would really impact a population and that the questions were really tough.” Today, we are shining the spotlight on

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Setting Out the Framework for Public Health Finance: Spotlight on Dr. Peggy Honoré

by Sheryl Monks “I was the Vice President of Finance and Administration for a two-year campus of a four-year university system. So I understand quite well the role community colleges play in educating the workforce in America, not only the role but the value.” JPHMP Spotlight Peggy Honore This July, we shine the spotlight on JPHMP editorial board member Dr.

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Improving the Lives of People and Communities: Spotlight on Dr. Kate Beatty

by Michelle Haberstroh “Every day I get to work with students who will go out into the world and improve the lives of people in their communities.” This June, we shine the spotlight on JPHMP editorial board member Dr. Kate Beatty. Dr. Beatty is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Services Management and Policy, Director of the Tennessee Public Health

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Doing Good Deeds Using Applied Epidemiologic Methods: Spotlight on Dr. Benedict I. Truman

by Michelle Haberstroh “I aspired to a career as an international civil servant practicing global public health and preventive medicine as an employee of the World Health Organization (WHO).” JPHMP Spotlight Benedict Truman This month, the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice spotlights editorial board member Dr. Benedict I. Truman. Dr. Truman is the Associate Director for Science (ADS) in the National

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The Shape of a Career: From Country Doctor Aspirations to Public Health Leader, with Dr. Paul Erwin

by Sheryl Monks, MFA “I thought I wanted to be a country doctor and carry my own black bag, but I was open to other possibilities.” Last spring, Dr. Paul Erwin was appointed Dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, but his journey to that position, like many others in public health, wasn’t

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Spotlight on Dr. Valerie Yeager

The Journal of Public Health Management & Practice welcomes Dr. Valerie Yeager to its editorial board. Dr. Yeager is an Associate Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at Indiana University’s Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health in Indianapolis. Before joining the Fairbanks School of Public Health, Dr. Yeager was an Assistant Professor at Tulane University’s School of Public

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Spotlight on Dr. Philip Musa

The Journal of Public Health Management & Practice recently welcomed Dr. Philip Musa to its editorial board. Dr. Musa is an Associate Professor and Program Director at University of Alabama – Birmingham. His background and research are in Information systems, Public Health, Management, and Engineering. He has published in dozens of academic journals and conferences. Dr. Musa has also served on

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JPHMP Editorial Board Member Spotlight on Danielle Jake-Schoffman, PhD

The Journal of Public Health Management & Practice welcomes Dr. Danielle E. Jake-Schoffman to its editorial board. Dr. Jake-Schoffman is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Division of Preventive and Behavioral Medicine University of Massachusetts Medical School, in the PRACCTIS program for training in implementation science research in cancer prevention and control. She works in the UMass Center for mHealth

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