Discovering the cost of care: consumer, provider, and retailer surveys shed light on the determinants of malaria health-seeking behaviours: Co-author, Amruta Dixit.
A UCI Public Health student research study on Type 2 diabetes has been accepted at the World Congress on Nursing and Healthcare. The conference will be held in Dubai, April 18-20, 2016. Dr. Scott Bartell and Dr. Zuzana Bic were faculty advisors.
UCI Public Health PhD student, Amanda R. Brown Tortorici accepted into American Society of Nephrology (ASN) Kidney TREKS program. The week-long research based course will be held at the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine this summer. She will be provided a travel stipend, tuition, and room and board as well as an additional $800 stipend to attend their annual conference, Kidney Week, in Chicago.
The American Society of Nephrology Kidney TREKS program (Tutored Research and Education for Kidney Scholars) provides medical students interested in nephrology opportunities for research training and mentoring with established renal faculty and nephrologists. One component of the Kidney TREKS program is Origins of Renal Physiology:MS1, a one-week intensive laboratory summer short course held at the MDI Biological Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine.
The OC Register and Wall Street Journal report on an upcoming course - Teaching Climate and Sustainability: A Faculty Skills Sharing Workshop co-taught by UCI Public Health Prof. Miryha Gould Runnerstrom.
The workshop aims to engage, inspire, and support faculty members from across disciplines who are interested in voluntarily infusing relevant climate change and/or sustainability concepts into their courses.
+ OC Register article
+ Wall Street Journal article
+ Workshop homepage