The U.S. Office of Personnel Management has selected Georgia State University Master of Public Health alum Lindsay Gressard to participate in the 2014 Presidential Management… more »
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Insights From Study Abroad
Offered during the Maymester 2014 in the Dominican Republic, the first Study Abroad program offered by the School of Public Health is introducing students to a range of health and health disparities issues using a Syndemics Model. The term syndemics refers to the extraordinary clustering of adverse social circumstances and their effects on health outcomes.
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The Georgia State University School of Public Health has received a four-year grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality in the U.S. Department… more »
In an article published in the British Journal of Clinical Psychology, Assistant Professor in Biostatistics Betty Lai and colleagues find that parent distress is a risk factor for child depression, but not a risk factor for child post traumatic stress or anxiety.