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Appendix H: Committee Biographies
Pages 283-288

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From page 283...
... She has conducted extensive research on health policy, public health nurses, and public health laws, and is a recognized expert in the enumeration and development of the public health workforce.
From page 284...
... Bender served 10 years as the Chief of Staff of the State Health Officer at the Mississippi State Department of Health. Her responsibilities included directing the offices of Policy and Planning, Public Health Nursing, Field Services, Primary Care Development, among others.
From page 285...
... His research has been supported by grants from funders including the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Open Society Institute, the American Foundation for AIDS Research, and the CDC. Mark Cullen, MD is Professor of Medicine and Public Health and Program Director of the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program at Yale University School of Medicine.
From page 286...
... She holds a Doctorate degree from the School of Public Health at Columbia University and two masters degrees, one in health education, and the second in Medical Informatics from Columbia University, where she also completed a National Library of Medicine awarded postdoctoral fellowship in Medical Informatics. Her research focuses on representing patient perceptions and beliefs for purposes of creating patient-tailored information, computer mediated communications designed to influence changes in health behaviors and provider practices, and how theory from the behavioral
From page 287...
... Dr. Parrott has published extensively, including the award-winning volume cited in the 2010 Chapter on Health Communication, "Designing Health Messages: Approaches from Communication Theory and Public Health Practice," and "Evaluating Women's Health Messages: A Resource Book." Sheila M
From page 288...
... In 1999 Dr. Wahl received the American Public Health Association's Statistics Section Award for outstanding contributions to the field of statistics and public health in administration, research, and training.

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