On April 6, 2016, over 100 posters were displayed at the 2nd Annual UC San Diego Public Health Research Day. Students, postdocs, faculty, and staff presented research spanning the categories of Chronic Disease, Community Health Programs and Policy, Global and Environmental Health, Health Disparities, Health Services and Technologies, Physical Activity and Diet, and Tobacco, Alcohol and Other Drugs.

The Center for Community Health displayed several posters at the event:

Shana Wright Bruno, MPH, CHES

Supporting Breastfeeding in Community Healthcare Centers

Rachel Kramer & Kelley Axelson, MPH

Empowering San Diego County Business Leaders to Develop a Healthy Workforce through Live Well @ Work

Kusaynyonon Mackenzie, MSc

Harvest of the Month (HOTM): Influencing Student Eating Behavior through Experimental Learning

Evaluating Faith-based Approaches To Addressing Cardiovascular Disease Disparities Among African Americans

Evaluating Strategies for Incentivizing Healthier Childcare Environments to Hispanic-Latino Parents of Preschool-aged Children

Amina Sheik Mohamed, MPH

Improving Muslim Youth Participation in Physical Education and Physical Activity

Erin Delker, MPH

20 Iron-fortified vs low-iron infant formula: developmental outcomes at 16 years

To view the Abstract Book, which includes contact information for the presenting authors, click here.

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