MISSION OF THE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH:
To advance public health knowledge through research, service,and education of professionals who are dedicated to disease prevention, health promotion, and the achievement of efficiency, effectiveness, and equity in the delivery of health services while minimizing health disparities among populations.
To provide members with resources and experiences that will enhance professional development. To promote public health research opportunities through interdisciplinary collaboration. To enhance a prosperous graduate school experience for its members. To encourage communication and fellowship among alumni, SPH students, faculty, staff, and other organizations.
Michelle Green - President
Victoria Okhomina - Vice President
Jane Momoh - Treasurer
Debra Tan - Secretary
Stacey Vitale - MPH Representative
Shane Jones - MHA Representative
Kendra Wilson - DrPH Representative
Matthew Rossheim - PhD Representative
Ghoutam Ghanta - Biostatistics
Samavi Ahsan - Environmental & Occupational Health
Jared Komatz - Epidemiology
Helena Sung & Shane Jones- Health Management & Policy
Pawankumar Patil - Behavioral & Community Health
Started by group of motivated PHSA students, PHCSO strives to make community service meaningful and accessible to public health students and all of UNT HSC.
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"Staying Unlimited in the Movement"
We are a student organization that seeks to enrich the educational experience of black public health students by engendering an environment where academic and professional excellence can coincide with minority interests. SBPHP serves as a liaison between black public health students and community leaders, in an effort to foster a sense of community, encouraging leadership while cultivating a sense of purpose within the field of public health.
SBPHP believes that by “staying unlimited in the [public health] movement” we will be able to positively impact the lives of students as well as the surrounding community and its members by focusing on three central themes:
- Community Engagement
- Professional/Educational Development
- Sandy-Asari Hogan - President
- Monique Shuler - Vice-President
- Lindsey Eley - Secretary
- Alexis Hunter - Treasurer
- Kendra Malone - Community Liaison
- Alisha Ford - Alumni Relations
The University of North Texas HSC AcademyHealth student chapter seeks to:
Support the development of health services research by:
- Expanding and improving the scientific basis of the field;
- Increasing the capabilities and skills of researchers; and
- Promoting the development of the necessary financial, human, infrastructure, and data resources.
Facilitate the use of the best available research and information by:
- Translating research findings and the lessons of experience into useful information for clinical, management, and policy decisions; and
- Enhancing communication and interaction between health services researchers and health policymakers.
Assist health policy and practice leaders in addressing major health challenges by:
- Providing high quality policy and technical assistance;
- Offering educational programs that advance the use of policy analysis and research; and
- Identifying areas where additional research and information are needed.
As the preeminent professional society for health services researchers and health policy analysts, the University of North Texas HSC AcademyHealth collaborates with the health services research community and other key stakeholders to support the development of health services research, facilitate the use of the best available research and information, and assist health policy and practice leaders in addressing major health challenges.