CPH In the Media: January 2023

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of January 2023:

Christina Proctor, clinical assistant professor of help promotion and behavior, spoke to WALB News on the current state of farmer mental health in Georgia.

Emeritus health policy & management professor Joel Lee was quoted in Inside Higher Ed on the growth of public health majors.

Andrea Swartzendruber, associate professor of epidemiology & biostatistics, spoke with the AJC, NJ Spotlight News, POPSUGAR, and the Iowa Starting Line about her research on crisis pregnancy centers, increased state funding for CPCs and the possible impacts on reproductive and maternal health care.

Lisa Renzi-Hammond, director of the Institute of Gerontology, was quoted in an AJC column on aging “younger.”

Janani Thapa, associate professor of health policy and management, spoke to KATC TV about the rise in urban hospital closures in Georgia and across the U.S.

A study led by Institute for Disaster Management director Curt Harris and PhD student Morgan Taylor on emergency code recall accuracy among health care workers was covered widely, including by the AJC, US News & World Reports, Becker’s Hospital Review, WGAU Radio, KPVI TV, and MedicalXpress.

Environmental health science professor Erin Lipp’s wastewater research in Clarke County was mentioned in Flagpole.

A feature on the CARE Center from CPH’s 2022 magazine was republished in UGA Research, The McDuffie Progress, the Albany Herald and Yahoo!News.

DrPH student Kristi Sprowl named as one of the “Students who Rocked Public Health 2022” by JPHMP Direct.

MPH student and intern Danielle Amarant shares how the Atlanta Beltline Partnership is helping to improve community health in Atlanta in a piece published by the Saporta Report.

Posted January 31, 2023.