Public Health Program
05/8/2019   View Online →

Mocs Public Health Bulletin

Issue 2 – Spring 2019

With the end of the spring semester, the Public Health program wraps up our highly successful first year. In this issue, we highlight our student accolades, community service, and program activities accomplished over the spring (since Issue 1). Over the summer, we will be preparing to welcome our second cohort to campus in August. We are very thankful for the tremendous support of all our community partners, colleagues, students, and friends. We wish you all a safe and healthy summer!


Student Awards and Highlights of 2019 Spring Achievements

The spring was a very eventful and successful semester. A number of our students attended conferences, presented oral and poster presentations, acquired new jobs, traveled abroad and, most importantly, demonstrated


Public Health Week

Each year National Public Health Week is celebrated during the first week of April. The event is organized by the American Public Health Association (APHA), a non-government professional association for


Delivering Free CDSMP in the Community!

Early in the 2019 spring semester, a group of our graduate students, faculty and staff completed the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) Leader Training certification offered through our partnership with


UTC Public Health Assists with Local RAM Clinic in Rhea County

A group of UTC Public Health students, staff and faculty volunteered at the Remote Area Medical (RAM) Mobile Clinic at Rhea County Middle School. The two-day RAM clinics are open


Guest Speaker on the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans

The Public Health program hosted a special lecture titled “Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans,” by Kenneth Powell, MD, MPH. Dr. Powell played an instrumental role in developing the 2008 Physical


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