Lori A Evarts

Clinical Assistant Professor
Public Health Leadership ProgramCurriculum Vitae
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health , Public Health Leadership Program
135 Dauer Drive
Campus Box 7469
Chapel Hill 27599-7469
T: 919-966-9043
F: 919-966-0981lori_evarts@unc.eduThis email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it


1989 University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill MPH, Biostatistics
1984 University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill BA, Economics
+ Project Management Professional (PMP), Project Management Institute, Inc.
+ Certification in Public Health (CPH) by National Board of Public Health Examiners
PUBH 747 Project Management Principles and Practice (Distance Education: Summer I thru II; Fall) Syllabus
PUBH 767 Team Leadership in Research Navigation Syllabus
PUBH 784 Project Management Strategy & Application Syllabus
Staff/administrative responsibilities

Director of Graduate Studies, Public Health Leadership Program

Key publications
Hallyburton, A., Evarts, L. (2014). Gender and Online Health Information Seeking: A Five Survey Meta-Analysis, Journal of Consumer Health On the Internet, 18:2, 128-142. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/15398285.2014.902268Page-Shipp, L., Voss De Lima, Y., Clouse, K., de Vos, J., Evarts, L., Bassett, J., Sanne, I., Van Rie, A. (2012)
TB/HIV integration at primary care level: A quantitative assessment at 3 clinics in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Southern African Journal of HIV Medicine: vol.13 (3), p.138-143.

LaVange, L; Sollecito, W; Steffen, D; Evarts, L; Kosorok, M. (2012, February). Preparing Biostatisticians for Leadership Opportunities. Amstat News, 416: 5-6.

Randolph, GD; Evarts, LA; Esporas M. Effect of NC Open Access Collaborative on Medicaid Utilization and Costs for Children in Primary Care Practices. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; October 2005. http://www.ncdhhs.gov/dma/quality/ncopenaccess.pdf .

Evarts, LA (1989)
Gingival effects of selected prescription mediations as detected by primary indicators of periodontal health.
Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill