Elizabeth Randall-David, PhD

  Adjunct Assistant Professor
Health Behavior

Senior Research Fellow
Health Inequalities  Program
Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy
Duke University

 

betsyrandalldavid@gmail.com

 
Education
1985 University of Florida PhD, Anthropology
1968 New School for Social Research New York MA, Personality Development
 
Teaching
HBHE 706 Effective Training for Global Health Syllabus
 
Research interests

  • Health behavior
  • Rural health
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Violence prevention
  • Women’s health
 
Research activities

Experience

Consultant, Center for Creative Education

  • Practice based
  • Works in a variety of health fields on a diversity of health issues
  • Enjoys mentoring students in empowerment based training and education
 

Primary teaching areas

  • HBHE 755 Empowerment Education
  • Effective teaching in a global context
 

Primary Research areas

  • Cancer
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Women’s health
 
Staff/administrative responsibilities

As HB adjunct:

  • Advisor on a special project
  • Capstone preceptor
  • Classroom or continuing education lecture
  • Informal research advice or technical assistance
  • Practicum preceptor