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UGA: College of Public Health faculty, students head to APHA in Philly

Faculty and students from the University of Georgia College of Public Health shared their expertise and insights on how public health can “create the healthiest nation” at the 2019 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo in Philadelphia.

Nearly two dozen faculty and students presented at the four-day event. Topics included intimate partner violence prevention, building the community health workforce, sexual violence in college men, impact of medical homes on pediatric outcomes for children with special health care needs, implementation of Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment in nursing homes, workplace lactation policy implementation, mandatory menu labeling and restaurant healthfulness, cognitive health in aging adults, health equity through health literacy, health autonomy and shared decision making, worksite translation of the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program, infant and maternal health.

Read more about each UGA College of Public Health presenter here.

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