2019-2021 Practicum Descriptions

This is a resource to provide students with ideas of what has been done in the past for the practicum.

2020-2021
2019-2020
ConcentrationDescriptionOrganizationCountryCityNumber
Global HealthThe student conducted a gap analysis and preparation of action plans for improvement of communication and monitoring & evaluation practices at the Healthcare Accreditation Council in Amman, Jordan.Health Care Accreditation CouncilJordanAmman90
Population Health for CliniciansThe student developed an e-learning aimed at bolstering a culture of patient safety and medical quality among global staff deployed in the field.MSF-OC A (Doctors without Borders)NetherlandsAmsterdam242
Leadership in PracticeThe student participated in community health work within the alcohol misuse recovery space in Alaska and the US, including communications dissemination, poll development, and community tool building. U.S. Alcohol Policy Alliance (USAPA)/Recover AlaskaUnited States of AmericaAnchorage, AK175
Leadership in PracticeThe student engaged in program evaluation and analysis of Scholar outcomes for the Integrative Oncology Scholars Program at the University of Michigan, a program funded by the National Cancer Institute.University of Michigan, Ann ArborUnited States of AmericaAnn Arbor, MI152
Place-Based HealthThe student wrote a narrative summary of the refinement process for a survey used to evaluate MAHEC's MAT waiver training. The student also created a timeline of MAHEC's past and present sexual and reproductive health initiatives for the Center for Excellence.MAHECUnited States of AmericaAsheville, NC189
Place-Based HealthThe studented conducted data analysis and reporting with MAHEC Psychiatry for regional evaluation of MH and SUD services and needs.MAHECUnited States of AmericaAsheville, NC107
Place-Based HealthThe student drafted manuscript for Student Health Ambassadors at UNCA. This included synthesizing information from multiple databases, creating descriptive statistics with visuals, and qualitative and quantitative data analysis. NC Center for Health and WellnessUnited States of AmericaAsheville, NC98
Place-Based HealthThe student wrote a commentary focusing on social isolation and loneliness in older adult populations in WNC. Also, the implementation of a writing program within the Social Bridging project.Social Bridging ProjectUnited States of AmericaAsheville, NC253
Place-Based HealthThe student conducted a literature review on dental health needs and disparities in North Carolina, to help aid the Western Carolina Medical Society in establishment of two Project Access Dental Clinics, in Buncombe and Madison counties. Western Carolina Medical SocietyUnited States of AmericaAsheville, NC224
Place-Based HealthThe student participated in a practicum with BeLoved Asheville. During this process, the student engaged in supporting the core-team through grant development, content redesign, direct outreach, and vaccine events.BeLoved AshevilleUnited States of AmericaAsheville, NC96
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student created a geographic analysis, mapping LGBT+ Health survey info in relation to geographic space. The student contributed to the writing of a white paper, requiring the analysis of proposed and existing transphobic legislation in the US South.Campaign for Southern EqualityUnited States of AmericaAsheville, NC113
Global HealthThe student supported a community-driven initiatives promoting health equity in Western Colorado, seeking to address preexisting health inequities among the Latinx and Immigrant populations exacerbated by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Pitkin County Public HealthUnited States of AmericaAspen, CO200
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student conducted quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis assessing partnership with the American Academy of Pediatrics to build stronger bonds between mental health care and primary pediatricians in rural Georgia.Georgia Health Policy CenterUnited States of AmericaAtlanta, GA127
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked with One Health and SARS-CoV-2 in the media: Trends during the first six months of the pandemic.
CDC One Health OfficeUnited States of AmericaAtlanta, GA50
Leadership in PracticeThe Student was placed with the LGBT Health Resource Center inside Chase Brexton Health Services, an inclusive health care system in Maryland.Chase Brexton Health Services- LGBT resource centerUnited States of AmericaBaltimore, MD13
Global HealthThe student conducted a desk review on period poverty, including best practices and MHM in humanitarian settings. The student also conducted a policy analysis to determine an appropriate course of action for advocacy and policy engagement on period poverty in Lebanon.Fe-MaleLebanonBeirut86
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student engaged in qualitative data collection to assess disparities in childcare center participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program(CACFP) and identify strategies to increase participation in the program/make the program better.Indiana University Bloomington School of Public HealthUnited States of AmericaBloomington, IN208
Applied EpidemiologyThe student participated in a grant proposal for Department of Defense Peer-Reviewed Alzheimer's Research Program to reduce the burden of AD/ADRD in Post-9/11 Veterans with TBI. Interview guide for people with AD/ADRD and caregivers in Appalachia.Appalachian State UniversityUnited States of AmericaBoone, NC118
Health PolicyThe student worked with Nurse Navigators on a hospital Health Navigation team to reduce poor health outcome among patients in the high country of North Carolina. Appalachian Regional Healthcare System (ARHS)United States of AmericaBoone, NC21
Health PolicyThe student researched policy options to address the negative impact of religiously-based restrictions on patients’ access to comprehensive reproductive, LGBTQ-inclusive, gender-affirming, and end-of-life care options.Community CatalystUnited States of AmericaBoston, MA62
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student conducted a literature review of key concepts for equity centered SDOH investment program for Massachusetts Health Policy Commission. Creation of interview guides for program evaluation and learning and dissemination products.Massachusetts Health Policy CommissionUnited States of AmericaBoston, MA167
Health PolicyThe student participated in a research consultant position for a national study of policy changes implemented during COVID-19 pandemic and impact on direct care workers’ jobs and economic stability.PHIUnited States of AmericaBronx, NY147
Global HealthThe student assisted with a multitude of on-going research projects for large-scale flour- and water-fortification initiatives intended to reduce the burden of preeclampsia around the world. Instituto de Efectividad Clínica y SanitariaArgentinaBuenos Aires139
Global HealthThe student contributed to the evidence base for a global strategy aimed at fortifying water sources with calcium as a means of preeclampsia prevention, and data collection on global inequities in cesarean sections worldwide.Instituto de Efectividad Clínica y SanitariaArgentinaBuenos Aires209
Global HealthThe student conducted and reported on a community needs assessment regarding provider and community awareness, knowledge, resources, and services for Sickle Cell Disease in Bugoye subcounty, located in western Uganda.People’s Health & Economic Development) Obuyitsotse Obwa Bandu Neghulhakulhana (PHEALED)UgandaBugoye240
Leadership in PracticeThe student engaged in zip-code level collection and mapping of chronic disease rate in Alamance County. Healthy AlamanceUnited States of AmericaBurlington, NC216
Leadership in PracticeThe student participated in a community engagement based practicum in Burlington, NC. The student worked with a local non-profit organization to develop, conduct, and analyze a community survey to better understand the needs of a local lower income community.Alamance Citizens for a Drug Free CommunityUnited States of AmericaBurlington, NC168
Place-Based HealthThe student created a garden-based preschool education program for at-risk families enrolled in Blue Ridge Healthy Families. Also, the student conducted a literature review focusing on pre-school children, gardening and adverse childhood experiences.Dig In! Yancey Community GardenUnited States of AmericaBurnsville, NC109
Public Health Data ScienceThe student conducted a comprehensive literature search on disease testing and sampling devices; trend plots on cost analysis of medical devices; data and information collection for dried blood sampling. OPT Industries Inc.United States of AmericaCambridge, MA131
Health PolicyThe student worked with a large consulting firm to provide policy analysis and program recommendations in the aged care sector for the government of Australia.PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)AustraliaCanberra5
Health BehaviorThe student created a model to support grassroots leaders in Edgecombe County, NC using human-centered design and qualitative data collection methods. Rural Opportunity InstituteUnited States of AmericaCarrboro, NC172
Leadership in PracticeThe student assisted with developing and launching a parent resources page by drafting an initial survey to gather feedback. Subsequently, an analysis of the survey results was conducted by the student to determine next steps in implementation. TABLEUnited States of AmericaCarrboro, NC47
NutritionThe student worked with staff and volunteers to coordinate the ordering, packaging, and delivery of customized grocery lists as a part of a new pilot program. Also conducted focus groups and communicated with families about needs. TABLEUnited States of AmericaCarrboro, NC89
Health BehaviorThe student engaged in a literature review, evaluation, and design of a cultural competency and empathy training curriculum for call center representatives working for multinational pharmaceutical companies.MicroMassUnited States of AmericaCary, NC219
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student conducted background research and basic data analysis on select issues (e.g., cannabis use, PFAS) relevant to oral health in NC, culminating in products (e.g., toolkit, infographic) for dissemination to target audience.NC Oral Health Collaborative (NCOHC)United States of AmericaCary, NC79
Health PolicyThe student worked with the NC Oral Health Collaborative to develop a program proposal and educational post on preventive bundled payments in school-based settings. North Carolina Oral Health CollaborativeUnited States of AmericaCary, NC3
Health PolicyThe student served as an oral health policy intern at the North Carolina Oral Health Collaborative; goal to collect data and provide resources to increase accessibility of oral health resources in NC.North Carolina Oral Health CollaborativeUnited States of AmericaCary, NC68
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student conducted qualitative data collection and evalution of Clinical Scholar Alumni experiences post graduation.Clinical ScholarsUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC155
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student engaged in qualitative data collection and analysis focused on Vision Zero safe systems approaches to road safety in 33 US cities.Collaborative Sciences Center for Road SafetyUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC251
Global HealthThe student conducted power calculations and created a logic model for the DECIPHeR Alliance: a multi-center project aimed at eliminating disparities in heart and lung disease through coordinated interventions. DECIPHeR AllianceUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC146
Population Health for CliniciansThe student undertook an exploration of disparities in cancer care in the US SEER-Medicare database.Department of Surgery/Cancer CenterUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC19
Global HealthThe student engaged in qualitative data collection in North Carolina to evaluate women's user sensory perceptions and experiences for prototype IVR designs as MPT, to understand potential influences of user acceptability and adherence.DIAL-3D projectUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC220
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked with the Eating Disorders Genetics Initiative (EDGI) research study to recruit diverse participants who had experienced eating disorders in order to gain a better understanding of how genetics play a role in eating disorders. Eating Disorders Genetics InitiativeUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC43
Health BehaviorThe student engaged in qualitative data analysis of patient interviews assessing the usefulness, acceptability, and feasibility of the MedViewer intervention for ART adherence counseling sessions between patients and providers. ENLIGHTEN Pilot StudyUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC154
Health BehaviorThe student conducted a social/emotional development literature review to identify best practices for a child care provider training module. The student also developed a survey to collect feedback from child care consultants using Go NAPSACC.Go NAPSACCUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC70
Health BehaviorThe student conducted a social emotional development (SED) literature review in order to develop a list of evidence-based practices for health promotion for providers in Early Care and Education (ECE) centers.Go NAPSACCUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC63
Global HealthThe student worked on a Qualitative Improvement for Gillings courses and the overall improvement of LGBT student's experiences in the school of public health.HB Racial Equity Taskforce and The Inclusive Excellence UnitUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC151
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student dveloped materials to assist the ETF with facilitating conversation, action, and accountability among and between different stakeholders in the HB department regarding anti-racism, equity and inclusion.Health Behavior Equity Task ForceUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC223
Population Health for CliniciansThe Heroes Health (HH) team developed and implemented a mobile phone application that helped individuals and organizations monitor the mental well-being and perceived institutional support of frontline workers. During this practicum, the student supported the data collection and analysis efforts for HH.Heroes HealthUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC26
Population Health for CliniciansThe student conducted a scoping review of short-term medical mission trips and their evaluation methods, development of an evidence-based evaluation tool, and evaluation of the Honduran Health Alliance (HHA).Honduran Health AllianceUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC58
Health BehaviorThe student engaged in qualitative data collection and analysis in six counties in central NC to create, tailor, and implement strategies to increase COVID-19 testing and v.accination services among minority group populations.Institute for Global Health and Infectious DiseaseUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC159
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student engaged in the UNC IntraHealth Fellowship: Online Sex-based Harassment of Women in the Health Sector project.IntraHealth InternationalUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC80
Applied EpidemiologyThe student conducted a scoping review of human resources for health planning models. The student also analyzed Workforce Indicators of Staffing Need (WISN) data from 18 Kenya health facilities to explore ways to expedite the WISN implementation. IntraHealth InternationalUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC121
Global HealthThe student created a new business development materials for IntraHealth International's programming in global health security and institutional capacity strengthening. IntraHealth InternationalUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC158
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student participated in planning for their annual Maternal Health symposium to increase student engagement and developing their internal team plan to improve relationships among staff and community members. Maternal Health Learning & Innovation CenterUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC92
Health BehaviorThe student engaged in qualitative data collection for evaluation of a national maternal health technical assistance provision and survey development for evaluation of a National Maternal Health Symposium.Maternal Health Learning & Innovation CenterUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC201
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked with a multidisciplinary team including people from the UNC Gfeller Center and professional cyclists to create a concussion education video and corresponding pre and post video survey to evaluate the effectiveness of the video. The project intended to better understand the specific knowledge gaps and areas for intervention in professional cycling and improve concussion awareness in this group. Matthew Gfeller Sport-Related Traumatic Brain Injury Research Center at UNC Chapel HillUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC20
Leadership in PracticeThe student searched for mental health professionals across NC to get them to join the NC MATTERS database as resources. The student gave a Lunch 'n Learn presentation and attended maternal mental health meetings. NC Maternal Mental Health MATTERSUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC173
Leadership in PracticeThe student engaged in qualitative data collection on active maternal mental health care providers in North Carolina for addition to a public database. Networking with Latinx providers and organizations to increase NC MATTERS connections.NC Maternal Mental Health MATTERSUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC194
Health BehaviorThe student conducted an evaluation of social, scientific, and economic impact of the NC TraCS Pilot Grants Program.NC TraCSUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC122
Leadership in PracticeThe student compiled program data and information from a variety of accreditation processes in preparation for a strategic planning board meeting, synthesized information for other program efforts and drafted a strategic plan with the NCLHDA program staff. The student also facilitated informal interviews with partners across the state to inform the strategic planning process. The student participated in human-centered design with local public health departments across the state of North Carolina surrounding applied research, working closely with NCLHDA staff, funding agencies, and community partners. For the strategic plan, the student contributed foundational value statements for the NCLHDA program and drafted a SWOT analysis. Aside from helping draft NCLHDA's strategic plan, the student's main project was to review and update the guiding Health Department Self-Assessment Instrument (HDSAI) Interpretation Document using an equity-based public health lens that incorporates the new 10 Essential Public Health Services and Public Health 3.0.North Carolina Institute for Public HealthUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC4
Leadership in PracticeThe student created a crosswalk of stakeholder reporting requirements (health department, hospital & FQHC), and a draft community engagement toolkit for conducting community health needs assessments in North Carolina. North Carolina Institute for Public HealthUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC162
Health BehaviorThe student developed an evaluation plan for the Office of Community Outreach and Engagement at the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center (by using their conceptual frameworks and logic model to identify key metrics.Office of Community Outreach and Engagement at UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer CenterUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC108
Applied EpidemiologyThe student conducted qualitative and quantitative data analyses of video data for the Patient Safety Learning Lab of entire delivery encounters of patients at UNC to inform patient safety risk factors during the postpartum period. Patient Safety Learning LabUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC171
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked with a physician administrator at Piedmont Health Services, a nonprofit federally-qualified health center and safety net provider serving central North Carolina, to analyze COVID-19 testing and vaccination trends. The analysis is intended help inform Piedmont's future infectious disease testing and vaccination strategy, particularly using mobile and on-site outreach to historically under-served and high-needs populations.Piedmont Health Services (PHS)United States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC39
Health BehaviorThe student served in a Project Manager position for an NIH funded RCT study aiming to help improve cardiovascular health for high risk/obese pregnant women receiving prenatal care through UNC Health. Prenatal Heart Smart Study-UNC School of NursingUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC203
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked on the Community Profile Report and baseline health data collection of Robeson County, NC.Rural Inter-Professional Health Initiative (RIPHI)United States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC105
Health PolicyThe student conducted assets mapping and community profiling of 2 counties (Edgecombe and Robeson counties) in North Carolina intended to identify counties' challenges and guide development of effective intervention programs.Rural Interprofessional Longitudinal Scholars Program (RIPLS)United States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC207
Applied EpidemiologyThe student created an evaluation plan update of community data along with production of parent campaign collateral materials to promote the reduction of high-risk drinking and its associated risks in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro community.The Campus & Community CoalitionUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC136
Population Health for CliniciansThe student conducted a Risk of BIas assessment of literature addressing a particular Key Question in our systematic review examining OSA screening effectiveness.The Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services ResearchUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC55
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student conducted quantitative data evaluation of 20 years of sanitation implementation in Odisha state India.The Water Institute at UNCUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC236
Health PolicyThe student evaluated the efficacy and feasibility a novel online-mindfulness program (ACT for Lupus) and development of a stakeholder advisory board for patient input for future program modifications.Thurston Arthritis Research CenterUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC76
Global HealthThe student conducted content/ data analysis and created a manuscript draft of an mHealth app-based intervention (Vuka+) beta-testing program based in South Africa; Vuka+ seeks to increase PrEP adherence for young girls and adolescent women.UNC Behavior & Technology LabUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC57
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with the North Carolina victims of crime needs assessment to assess whether and how the needs of victims of crime are being addressed by existing services and supports. UNC Chapel Hill School of Social WorkUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC52
Population Health for CliniciansThe student engaged in quantitative data collection on funding sources for high impact journal articles on COVID-19.UNC Children's HealthUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC129
Health PolicyThe student engaged in a quality improvement project with UNC Children's Primary Care in an effort to evaluate the current SDOH screening and referral process for those patients that have screened positive for food insecurity in clinic. UNC Children's Primary Care ClinicUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC95
Population Health for CliniciansThe student partnered with the UNC Comprehensive Sickle Cell Program to conduct a scoping review and survey to anticipate barriers to access to gene therapy for sickle cell disease. UNC Comprehensive Sickle Cell ProgramUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC42
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked with the UNC department of Dermatology to collect quantitative data for UNC Health's population of patients with hidradenitits suppurativa.UNC Department of DermatologyUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC29
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked with the UNC Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Division of Family Planning to build a family planning database to collect information on past and future family planning patients (for clinical and research purposes). The student also conducted a literature review of available data on abortion education for medical trainees.UNC Department of Ob/Gyn Division of Family PlanningUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC15
Population Health for CliniciansThe student engaged in quantitative analysis of rates of complicated appendicitis during the COVID-19 pandemic.UNC Department of SurgeryUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC142
Population Health for CliniciansThe student stayed in North Carolina and collected information on patients with Hidradenitis Suppurativa in the UNC healthcare system to search for racial/ethnic disparities in care. UNC Department of DermatologyUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC31
Leadership in PracticeThe student developed skills in designing and conducting a quality improvement project to improve the system for referring and tracking referrals to community-based child health agencies. The student assisted in analyzing the data collected and participated in leading feedback of data to clinicians.UNC Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent MedicineUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC34
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student engaged in qualitative data collection and analysis for the evaluation of the Chatham Maternity Care Center through the patient perspective survey to look at birth experience and birth facility choice. UNC Family MedicineUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC97
Population Health for CliniciansThe student conducted a literature review and critical appraisal for consideration in starting a pediatric behavioral counseling weight management program for the UNC Family Medicine department.UNC Family Medicine Center Weight Management Program United States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC54
Leadership in PracticeThe student utilized available literature and data to create a comprehensive outlook on the state of telehealth amidst the COVID-19 global pandemic in order to analyze and create recommendations on future healthcare delivery through principles of leadership, governance, and management. UNC HealthUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC16
Population Health for CliniciansThe student developed a data request proposal and qualitative data analysis tool to analyze the effect of COVID-19 on emergency medical services (EMS) utilization by pediatric injury type across the state of North Carolina.UNC Hospital Department of Emergency MedicineUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC75
Global HealthThe student worked with the UNC Hospitals Beacon Program to investigate patient safety and privacy implications of the 21st Century CURES Act, and determine policy avenues for protecting patients put at risk by this statute.
UNC Hospital's Beacon ProgramUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC77
Global HealthThe student engaged in business modeling with data from a local startup that works to provide nutritious meals to food-insecure communities and fund its social mission by selling a retail product. UNC Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (HPDP)United States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC71
Population Health for CliniciansThe student coordinated UNC Internal Medicine Clinic's tele-hotspotting endeavor STRIVE.UNC Internal Medicine ClinicUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC41
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student engaged in communications and marketing for the Lineberger Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council.UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer CenterUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC85
Health BehaviorThe student collected survey data.UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer CenterUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC239
Health BehaviorThe student conducted a pricing assessment of tobacco products on- and off-base at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, to determine differences in prices on Fort Bragg and the surrounding community.UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer CenterUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC221
Health BehaviorThe student participated in a community survey data analysis and dissemination material development in collaboration with UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, Fort Bragg Department of Public Health, and various community stakeholders.
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer CenterUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill196
Health BehaviorThe student participated in a community survey data analysis and dissemination material development in collaboration with UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, Fort Bragg Department of Public Health, and various community stakeholders.UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer CenterUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC245
Applied EpidemiologyThe student conducted an assessment of environmental databases, including potential cancer-causing agents in air, water, and soil, to aid in analysis of county-level environmental, socioeconomic, and cancer incidence and mortality data in NC. UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center Community Outreach and EngagementUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC60
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked with UNC Malawi Surgical Initiative and performed data analysis of a trauma registry to compare outcomes of trauma patients based on transfer status. UNC Malawi Surgical InitiativeUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC27
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student engaged in Demographics Data collection for UC Perinatal Psychiatry Research Department.UNC Psychiatry DepartmentUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC202
Population Health for CliniciansThe student conducted a limited systematic review and metanalysis of third-year clerkship grading and grading subcomponents (clinical evaluations, standardized exams, and objective structured clinical examinations) in U.S. medical schools.UNC School of MedicineUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC53
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student engaged in qualitative data collection and analysis of patient interviews to contribute to a first-year evaluation of the new Chatham Maternity Care Center in Siler City, NC.UNC School of Medicine, Department of Family MedicineUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC91
Population Health for CliniciansThe student designed a study to evaluate the use of telemedicine for patients being treated for opioid use disorder in NC to assess the impact of remote health care delivery on disparities in access to treatment following the pandemic.UNC School of NursingUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC35
Health BehaviorThe student conducted a Needs Assessment for victims of violence in North Carolina.UNC School of Social WorkUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC199
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student engaged in data collection and review on the impacts of climate change and associated poor health outcomes for pregnant women, neonates, and young children in North Carolina.UNC School of Social WorkUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC163
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked on a panel examining the supporting evidence for OSA screening. The panel is completing a systematic review of the available evidence to create a recommendation for the USPSTF.Cecil G Sheps Center for Health Services ResearchUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC38
Population Health for CliniciansThe student began to conduct a systematic review of current literature pertaining to racial/ethnic disparities in young-onset (younger than 50 years of age) colorectal cancer. UNC Department of SurgeryUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC37
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student conducted a systematic literature review on determinants of & interventions to address unsafe child feces disposal practices in the Asia-Pacific region.UNC Water Institute & World VisionUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC126
Nutrition with Registered Dietitian (RD) TrainingThe student assisted with behavioral research studies examining nutrition related behaviors and interventions in various public health study populations (i.e. WIC Recipients).UNC Weight Research ProgramUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC156
Health BehaviorThe student created a stakeholder/asset map to leverage existing infrastructure in the development of the Whole Community Connection Program for Robeson County residents and service providers. The student also co-created a student-led presentation. UNC Office of Interprofessional Education and PracticeUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC181
Population Health for CliniciansThe student conducted research and implementation of a vaccination protocol within the UNC emergency department and also the orange county EMS agency. UNC Hospital Department of Emergency MedicineUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC22
Health PolicyThe student worked with the UNC Family Planning Division and partners to perform a literature review and draft a policy analysis evaluating policy options to increase the number of clinicians able to dispense mifepristone. A fact sheet was also created to support a new act introduced in NC legislature. The fact sheet will be disseminated to reproductive health groups and other allies. UNC Department of Ob/Gyn Division of Family PlanningUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC6
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked remotely with Dr. Anna Beeber of the UNC School of Nursing on the Engage Study, in which they conducted recruitment, interviews, and qualitative and quantitative data analysis to identify the safety concerns of staff, residents, and family caregivers in assisted living communities. UNC School of NursingUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC9
Health PolicyThe student developed a youth engagement activity that is appropriate for a teen audience for the Vaping Prevention Resource to highlight the risks and consequences of vaping. Vaping Prevention ResourceUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC69
Public Health Data ScienceThe student conducted an exploratory regression analysis investigating the impact of health facility quality on childhood stunting, wasting and malnutrition in Zambia. UNC Gillings Zambia HubZambiaChapel Hill, NC230
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student created content for a website to communicate project status of 20+ programs in 3 countries in sub-Saharan Africa working to address global women's and child health issues. UNC Gillings Zambia Hub Division of Global Women's HealthUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC73
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student assisted with a series of projects promoting preconception health, with an equity focus including women of color, women with chronic conditions, women of various socioeconomic backgrounds, etc, by creating a literature review to be adapted for various uses (reports, briefs, the CMIH website) and by planning a webinar series on various preconception health topics (like sleep, cannabis & CBD, prediabetes). The student also assisted with a NIH grant application, stakeholder engagement process, funding reports, an IRB application, and met with experts across the United States (like the Black Women's Health Imperative, Radical Health, Health in her Hue, National Association of Chronic Disease Directors, CDC). Collaborative for Maternal and Infant Health United States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC40
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student conducted a literature review, journal matrix, table of statistics, and final presentation for the INSPIRE team at IntraHealth with a focus area on family planning, sexual and Reproductive health care. IntraHealth InternationalUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC149
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student contributed to ongoing research regarding acute respiratory illness in Uganda that focused on improving surveillance networks across the healthcare continuum. MUST-UNC Research CollaborationUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC133
Global HealthThe student conducted policy research on treatment of hospitalized incarcerated patients and data collection and tool design for quantifying publicly available health data on state department of corrections websites.Re-Imagining Health and Justice Lab/COVID Prison Project United States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC72
Health BehaviorThe student conducted qualitative research in order to ultimately design and user-test an online shared decision-making aid for cisgender women in the United States who may be candidates for preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention.UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, Department of Health BehaviorUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC174
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center to create a database of information regarding research collected from other cancer centers across the state to see what data is available and prevent Lineberger from duplicating their efforts when conducting a community health needs assessment. The student also conducted a literature review and presented best practices on community grant programs. UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer CenterUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC49
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student conducted qualitative and quantitative assessment of tick prevalence and densities throughout various recreational nature parks and walking trails in Orange County, North Carolina. UNC Vector-borne Disease Epidemiology, Ecology, and Response (VEER) HubUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill & Raleigh, NC222
Global HealthThe student engaged in a cross-sectional research project using quantitative PCR and digital PCR to determine the source of open defecation samples in San Francisco, CA, as well as what pathogens those stools contain. Brown Lab - UNCUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC250
Leadership in PracticeThe student engaged in quantitative and qualitative data collection on provider communication preferences at UNC Medical Center to enhance the antimicrobial stewardship program.Carolina Antimicrobial Stewardship Program at UNC Medical CenterUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC74
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with the Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute on the ENRICH Carolinas project to develop resources for health care providers, child care programs, and families with information on child care settings.Carolina Global Breastfeeding InstituteUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC10
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with the Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute on the ENRICH Carolinas project to develop resources for health care providers, child care programs, and families seeking child care.Carolina Global Breastfeeding InstituteUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC18
NutritionThe primary focus of the student's practicum was nutrition education. Their two main projects were developing Harvest of the Month Handouts and developing and delivering nutrition education lessons. Carolina Hunger InitiativeUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC244
Leadership in PracticeThe student conducted data analysis of a pilot test to assess feasibility of a clinical decision support algorithm to aid in the diagnosis and management of suspected UTIs in nursing home residents in a large nursing home chain.Cecil G Sheps Center for Health Services ResearchUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC243
Leadership in PracticeThe student engaged in external communication and outreach plan design, qualitative data analysis factsheet creation, and social media and media kit creation for a regenerative affordable housing project in Durham, NC.Circular TriangleUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC212
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked with UNC department of OBGYN, division of family planning on two projects: 1) the creation of a secure, online database of all patients who sought abortion care at UNC from 2008- present, and 2) a literature review on racial disparities in abortion care to highlight gaps in the research and identify potential research projects for UNC family planning faculty and fellows. UNC Department of Ob/Gyn Division of Family PlanningUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC14
Population Health for CliniciansThe student served as a research assistant for a mixed-methods research study on adolescent telehealth. The student recruited participants, collected and analyzed data, and participated in the development of abstracts, posters, and manuscripts.UNC PediatricsUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, Raleigh, & Durham, NC30
Health PolicyThe student engaged in qualitative research in Lusaka, Zambia, to assess the feasibility and acceptability of engaging family members to support HIV-positive mothers to practice recommended infant care and feeding practices.UNC Gillings Zambia HubUnited States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC238
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student workd with the UNC Collaborative for Maternal and Infant Health, were they provide technical assistance and training to promote and improve the quality of life for mothers and infants. The UNC Collaborative for Maternal and Infant Health (UNC CMIH)United States of AmericaChapel Hill, NC134
NutritionThe student analyzed qualitative and quantitative data obtained from two Qualtrics surveys at baseline and after six months based on Charleston's new public health initiative, the WISE Telehealth Network. Charleston County Public LibraryUnited States of AmericaCharleston, SC140
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student conducted in qualitative and quantitative data collection and summary reports for breastfeeding promotion community projects. Conduct literature reviews on breastfeeding intention, initiation, and duration at 6 weeks.HealthConnect OneUnited States of AmericaChicago, IL213
Leadership in PracticeThe student conducted quantitative data analysis focusing on cardiovascular disease in women in the United States using national databases.Cleveland Clinic FoundationUnited States of AmericaCleveland, OH256
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student engaged in a literature review and development of informational materials for a case study of COVID-19 reopening in the New York theater industry, focusing on industrial hygiene and occupational/environmental health models.The Glimmerglass FestivalUnited States of AmericaCooperstown, NY229
NutritionThe student worked as a research assistant examining the data collected on a study interested in the relationship between sugar sweetened beverage consumption and metabolic disorders. This required completing data analyses, interpretation of results, and drafting of a transcript.University of California, Davis (UC Davis)United States of AmericaDavis, CA1
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with the Iowa Department of Public Health in the Data Management and Health Equity Program to determine the need for, and potential implications of, implementing a department-wide data quality policy. Iowa Department of Public HealthUnited States of AmericaDes Moines, IA25
Leadership in PracticeThe student created surveys and evaluated data to provide to schools we work with a progress report of the information the students retained/learned. The student also created resource sheets and presented at programs. JCK FoundationUnited States of AmericaDobbs Ferry, NY132
Population Health for CliniciansThe student collaborated with the Assistant Director of Well-being and Research at the Duke Center for Healthcare Safety and Quality to understand the language of emotional exhaustion, a core component of burnout.Duke Center for Healthcare Safety and QualityUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC51
Leadership in PracticeThe student attended the first-of-its-kind virtual COVID-19 Evidence Academy and produced a keynote presentation summary and a data profile lay summary.Duke Clinical Research Institute/RADx-UPUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC23
Health PolicyThe student conducted an evaluation of telehealth services in a community clinic during COVID pandemic.Duke Community HealthUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC99
Global HealthThe student engaged in qualitative Data collection for Duke Microclinics for Duke Family Medicine for low-income and no insurance patients for a telehealth evaluation intended to assess the telehealth role in the future for clinics.Duke Family Medicine & Community HealthUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC197
Population Health for CliniciansThe student conducted secondary data analysis using the first nationally-representative survey study conducted in the Philippines to gain insight into caregiver burden and the psychosocial dimensions of caregiving, such as social support. Duke Family Medicine & Community HealthUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC48
Health PolicyThe student conducted statistical analysis of the National Transgender Discrimination Survey to estimate the prevalence of various types of workplace discrimination experienced by transgender workers based on gender, race, & outness at workDuke Family Medicine & Community HealthUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC218
NutritionThe student collected data regarding low income communities in the triangle area in addition to a collection of resources and recipes that are both economical and accessible.Duke Lifestyle and Weight Management United States of AmericaDurham, NC210
NutritionThe student's practicum included creation of recipes and resources to access healthier food options. The student's work also included observations of patient check ins and meetings.Duke Lifestyle and Weight Management United States of AmericaDurham, NC234
Global HealthThe student drafted and revised informational articles and activities for an ARV adherence promoting app intended to improve ARV adherence among South African adolescents in Cape Town, South Africa. Duke UniversityUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC214
Global HealthThe student engaged in content creation (educational articles and activities) for an 'HIV treatment adherence for teens' mobile app with the UNC- Duke University- University of Cape Town 'mHealth HIV intervention in South Africa' team. Duke UniversityUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC177
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked with a cardiologist seeing patients with peripheral artery disease, then developed education materials for patients and training materials for providers about managing PAD.Duke University Division of CardiologyUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC44
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked with a team of researchers at Duke University on a community project focused on improving active transportation and access to healthy spaces to increase physical activity in minority, low-income youth. Duke University School of MedicineUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC45
Global HealthThe student engaged in content creation and enhancement to improve engagement for an mHealth app intervention intended for use by adolescents living with HIV in Cape Town, South Africa.Duke University School of NursingUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC192
Population Health for CliniciansThe student assisted with COVID-19 testing and vaccinations in historically marginalized neighborhoods within Durham.Durham Academy of Medicine, Dentistry and PharmacyUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC24
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student researched and provided recommendations regarding evaluation measures and data sources for adversity and resilience at the county level as well as trauma-informed organizational survey tools for Durham County Public Health. Durham County Department of Public HealthUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC164
Health BehaviorThe student engaged in a literature review, manuscript development, and development of qualitative interview codes/script for grant aiming to characterize and develop intervention for Veterans with alcohol misuse and modifiable CVD risk.Durham Veteran Affairs Health Care SystemUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC119
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked on the production of a technical assistance and consultation program guide for mental health organizations that serve the Latinx community based to help increase cultural competency among providers and throughout organizations.El FuturoUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC103
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student assisted on a study examining the cardiopulmonary effects of housing enrichment on ApoE knockout mice. Techniques learned during this experience include ultrasound echocardiography, RNA isolation, analysis of echo data. Environmental Protection AgencyUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC110
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student engaged in quantitative data collection, data analysis, and creation of outreach material for a Community Resiliency Model Training intended to increase self and community resiliency in Durham County. Exchange Family CenterUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC185
Health BehaviorThe student conducted analysis and interpretation of qualitative data from the perspectives of men, providers, and clients in study on DMPA-SC self-injection in Malawi. The student conducted researching on understanding and synthesizing how to measure equity in family planning.FHI 360United States of AmericaDurham, NC112
Global HealthThe student conducted formative research study using qualitative methods and a participatory approach to engage community members in script development for role-playing as simulated client/patients for accessing HIV prevention services in NC.FHI 360United States of AmericaDurham, NC94
Health BehaviorThe student developed tailored communications materials and qualitative data tools for a formative research study in Durham intended to promote equitable use of PrEP by African American women in low-income housing communities. Gillings School of Global Public HealthUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC111
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student created education, advocacy, and social media materials about male contraception. Male Contraceptive InitiativeUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC61
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student engaged in educational and training curriculum development on crisis pregnancy centers/fake abortion clinics in North Carolina and the wider United States to be disseminated to legislators, supporters, and the wider public.NARAL Pro-Choice North CarolinaUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC100
Global HealthThe student conducted mixed-methods demographic evaluations of crisis pregnancy centers in North Carolina and the implications of state funding on equitable reproductive health care access. NARAL Pro-Choice North CarolinaUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC125
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student engaged in concept design and commentary on compound mixtures and exposure effects on hypertension in vulnerable populations in the US.National Institute of Environmental Health SciencesUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC169
Health PolicyThe student engaged in implementation development in North Carolina for a local-level evaluation of clinical service access of evidence-based treatments to reduce problematic sexual behaviors among children and adolescents.NC Child Treatment ProgramUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC120
Applied EpidemiologyThe student conducted quantitative data analysis of the Sister Study survey data to evaluate cardiovascular disease incidence among those with fireplaces and those without. The student then presented my findings in a research poster and abstract.National Institute of Environmental Health SciencesUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC166
Global HealthThe student assisted with note taking for RACE for Equity.RACE for EquityUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC193
NutritionThe student examined a no-cost fresh produce delivery service for food-insecure participants in the Triangle during the COVID-19 pandemic. Root Causes Fresh Produce ProgramUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC205
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student supported applied research efforts for the IMPROV & EMPOW-HER Projects within the Substance Use, Gender, and Applied Research program of RTI International. The student's main tasks included Quality Assurance and Qualitative Analysis.RTI InternationalUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC187
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student served as a research assistant for RTI International's Substance Use, Gender and Applied Research (SUGAR) program.RTI International Global Gender CenterUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC237
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student researched systemic racism and food justice in the US agriculture system as related to specialty produce markets.Seal the SeasonsUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC93
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student engaged in interdisciplinary research collection to support the youth decriminalization report. This report is the foundational evidence/research to support the larger SCSJ youth justice abolition campaign.Southern Coalition of Social JusticeUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC144
Health BehaviorThe student researched racial disparities in capital punishment and post-sentencing outcomes in North Carolina and the United States.The Center for Death Penalty Litigation (CDPL)United States of AmericaDurham, NC211
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student researched and created a virtual STEM Mentoring Training Program that provides education around STEM mentoring and culturally competent practices.Innovation Research and TrainingUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC178
Health BehaviorThe student developed an organ function testing module as part of DigiKnowItNews: Teen, an interactive website to educate adolescents about pediatric clinical trials and associated Trials journal study protocol manuscript (iRT).Innovation Research and TrainingUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC88
Health BehaviorThe student engaged in literature review and development of education material concerning prediabetes for use in Chennai, India health clinics as part of an initiative to connect patients with high quality after-diagnosis care.Advance Access and DeliveryUnited States of AmericaDurham , NC160
Applied EpidemiologyThe student engaged in quantitative data collection, analysis and visualization in the US for a medical device company as an initiative to study the impact of rapid fluid administration in different use-cases. 410 MedicalUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC150
Health PolicyThe student identified strategies to advance health equity in integrated care models for the dual-eligible population in North Carolina with NC DHHS as the primary stakeholder. Duke Margolis Center for Health PolicyUnited States of AmericaDurham, NC104
Leadership in PracticeThe student joined the Public Health team at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida in support of COVID-19 operations. The student worked with the Public Health team and various other base agencies to identify workplace disease clusters and provide targeted feedback and outreach to those populations.Eglin Air Force Base Public HealthUnited States of AmericaEglin AFB, FL2
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked the the NC DHHS PDMP Utilization Project, NC CSRS to determine the needs of veterinarians, develop a relationship with the NCVMB, and create continuing education.North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS)United States of AmericaNC65
Environmental Health SolutionsSafe child feces disposal literature review focusing on Asia.World Vision United States of AmericaFederal Way, WA225
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked remotely with the Immigrant Health Task Force in Alachua County, FL to design an educational campaign to raise awareness in Spanish-speaking immigrant communities about pre-eclampsia and other pregnancy complications.University of Florida Health Department of Obstetrics & GynecologyUnited States of AmericaGainesville, FL28
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with a local city health department to analyzed COVID-19 throughout the course of the pandemic and create informational material for use in the department and to disseminate in the community. The student also worked with the department to create informational and promotional material for a new initiative providing reproductive health & wellness services to the community.Galion City Health DepartmentUnited States of AmericaGalion, OH11
Leadership in PracticeThe student engaged in Technical and Staffing leadership at a FEMA sponsored max COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Greensboro, NC. The student also worrked with a dditional QC development for the COVID-19 Vaccine Monitoring System for the data entry team reducing errors.North Carolina Division of Public HealthUnited States of AmericaGreensboro, NC255
Global HealthThe student engaged in mixed methods research instrument development and data analysis and dissemination for a community-based collaboration studying HIV PrEP services and uptake among gay and bisexual men in Guatemala. Colectivo Amigos Contra el SIDA (CAS)GuatemalaGuatemala City188
NutritionFor nutrition initiatives in Lebanon, PA, the student created: 1) conceptual model for a fruit/veggie Rx program 2) campaign plan for businesses to destigmatize breastfeeding 3) analysis of food insecurity amongst grad students.Penn State REACHUnited States of AmericaHershey, PA247
Health PolicyThe student worked with the Orange County Health Department to investigate overall current COVID-19 vaccination status in Orange County and describe the Health Department's vaccine delivery.Orange County Health DepartmentUnited States of AmericaHillsborough, NC46
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student engaged in quantitative data collection and analysis in Orange County, NC for the county health department to examine the relationship between annual inspection compliancy in mobile home parks and private well water quality. Orange County Health Department - Environmental Health DivisionUnited States of AmericaHillsborough, NC165
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student engaged in qualitative and quantitative data collection in Orange County, NC. Researched presence of E. Coli on phones of food service workers in order to assess potential risk of cross-contamination between phones and food consumed by customers. Orange County Health Department - Environmental Health DivisionUnited States of AmericaHillsborough, NC217
NutritionThe student evaluated the effectiveness of community-based Obesity Medicine clinics at achieving and maintaining clinically meaningful weight loss by increasing access to comprehensive, evidence-based obesity care through the reduction of financial and geographic barriers to care as part of a quality improvement pilot project for UNC Physicians Network (UNCPN) primary care clinics. UNC Physicians Network Medical Weight Management ProgramUnited States of AmericaHillsborough, NC7
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked with Cabarrus Health Alliance (formerly Cabarrus County health department) in North Carolina to collect quantitative data on behavioral health facilities and their use of tobacco-related policies and intervention strategies in their practice as part of a community needs assessment to develop supportive programs for behavioral health communities.Cabarrus Health AllianceUnited States of AmericaKannapolis, NC36
Health BehaviorThe student engaged in program development and implementation for Culinary Nutrition Kids Camp in Cabarrus County and Healthy Living Social Marketing Campaign intended for children and families in Cabarrus County.Cabarrus Health AllianceUnited States of AmericaKannapolis, NC87
Leadership in PracticeThe student engaged in collection of resources for internal and external organization use pertaining to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Also, the creation, implementation and assessment of a staff pulse survey.Cabarrus Health AllianceUnited States of AmericaKannapolis, NC254
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student conducted a Needs Assessment for Social Behavior Change Guidance Document & Case Studies of Community Based SRHR Programs at Pathfinder International. Pathfinder InternationalPakistanKarachi226
Leadership in PracticeThe student focused on Palliative care services provided to Oncology Patients by the Elaine Wynn Palliative Care in Las Vegas. The student did a rapid improvement project around patient care and their second product was a ROI for the cost of care analysis to determine the effectiveness of the program.Nathan Adelson HospiceUnited States of AmericaLas Vegas, NV17
Global HealthThe student designed training manuals and slides to help with quality improvement and implementation of the Making Every Baby Count Initiative 2.0 in four tertiary hospitals in Ghana.KybeleUnited States of AmericaLewisville, NC195
Global HealthThe student developed training materials to train providers in using quality improvement methods and systems thinking to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality in four high referral tertiary hospitals in Ghana.KybeleUnited States of AmericaLewisville, NC115
NutritionThe student conducted a literature review for reports on current discussion in UK-based alcohol policy research & practice, and to highlight gaps in research for future review.Institute of Alcohol Studies United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandLondon170
Health PolicyThe student served within the Graduate Internship with Humana, matched with Operational Risk Management - market research related to local-state COVID-19 vaccination outreach processes and risk assessments of new member engagement programs/products.Humana, Inc.United States of AmericaLouisville, KY128
Global HealthThe student assisted with implementation of household survey in Zambia, for the Antenatal and Postnatal Research Collective Household (ARCH) survey. UNC Gillings Zambia HubZambiaLusaka114
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked with the UNC-Zambia Hub on data cleaning and validation of cervical cancer database.UNC Gillings Zambia HubZambiaLusaka138
NutritionThe student engaged in qualitative data analysis in a study examining the feasibility and acceptability of engaging male partners and family members to support HIV-positive mothers to practice infant care and feeding practices in Zambia. UNC Gillings Zambia HubZambiaLusaka228
Health BehaviorThe student engaged in public health education and communication for the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services Environmental Public Health Tracking Program. State of Wisconsin Environmental Public Health Tracking ProgramUnited States of AmericaMadison, WI161
Applied EpidemiologyThe student engaged in development of a qualitative data collection tool for antimicrobial stewardship intervention among village health workers in Uganda to address antibacterial resistance.MUST-UNC Research CollaborationUgandaMbarara179
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student supported the Alabama Department of Public Health Well Woman program in marketing efforts and the drafting of nutrition and physical activity tip messages for a collaborative text messaging campaign, 211KNOW. Alabama Department of Public Health & National MCH Workforce Development CenterUnited States of AmericaMontgomery, AL101
Nutrition with Registered Dietitian (RD) TrainingThe student worked within a Dietetic Internship at Lake Norman Regional Medical Center in Mooresville, NC.Lake Norman Regional Medical CenterUnited States of AmericaMooresville, NC56
Health PolicyThe student worked in health system operations to better understand quality improvement metrics and coaching practices, as well as assisting in related projects (i.e. Advance Care Planning internal policy recommendation).UNC Health Alliance (UNCHA)United States of AmericaMooresville, NC191
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with an organization based in North Carolina that aims to increase the accessibility of the available services for substance use. The student's project involved creating a communication plan and toolkit for the organization.The Northeastern North Carolina Partnership for Public Health (NENCPPH)United States of AmericaMultiple counties32
Health BehaviorThe student developed a webinar series and data collection toolkit for alcohol policy advocates in the United States.U.S. Alcohol Policy Alliance (USAPA)United States of AmericaNational184
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student worked with humanitarian group SEEDS (Sustainable Environment and Ecological Society) to create an environmental risk and climate assessment for at risk districts in India. SEEDS (Sustainable Environment and Ecological Society)IndiaNew Delhi180
Health PolicyThe student created a compilation of children's behavioral health data collection at the national, New York State and New York City levels. Blog post to recommend a New York State dashboard for children's behavioral health data.Citizens' Committee for Children of New YorkUnited States of AmericaNew York City, NY67
Global HealthThrough their 200 hours of training, the student worked with the Country Engagement team at UNICEF to develop an engagement strategy so we can expand UNICEF’s work in the Middle East. UNICEFUnited States of AmericaNew York City, NY157
Leadership in PracticeThe student developed a quarterly internal report to communicate, monitor, and benchmark research team progress in supporting key strategic objectives and managed the executive advisory board committee meetings at MJFF.The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's ResearchUnited States of AmericaNew York City, NY246
Leadership in PracticeThe student conducted JAG stakeholder outreach and BOSS material development for Joseph J. Peters Institute. This involved created infographic and flyers, and sending emails and making phone calls to stakeholders for child sexual abuse prevention and treatment.Joseph J. Peters InstituteUnited States of AmericaPhiladelphia, PA8
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student conducted research surrounding home visiting services and its impact on family resilience with the mission to improve the health and well-being of parenting families. The student also engaged in a practice program evaluation to maintain quality assurance. Maternity Care Coalition of PhiladelphiaUnited States of AmericaPhiladelphia, PA145
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student conducted analysis of Lyme disease and Ehrlichia for canines in Chatham County, NC to establish animal disease surveillance. UNC Vector-borne Disease Epidemiology, Ecology, and Response (VEER) HubUnited States of AmericaPittsboro & Siler City, NC176
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student developed a policy tool to assist North Carolina local food policy councils and municipal governments to create and improve public policies, programs, practices and investments impacting the local food system. Carolina Farm Stewardship OrganizationUnited States of AmericaPittsboro, NC116
Health PolicyThe student worked as a maternal-Infant health behaviors course designer (+ data collection tool designer) for mothers in Haiti and Kenya through Curamericas Global, with the goal of reducing maternal-infant mortality and morbidity. Curamericas GlobalUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC248
Health BehaviorThe student served as a vaccine equity and access program coordinator at the LGBT Center of Raleigh - designing a training for community partners in vaccine communication and outreach with the queer community.LGBT Center of RaleighUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC227
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student served as an Early Childhood Education Long-term Campaign Intern working with NC Child on stakeholder engagement and policy initiatives surrounding early childhood care and education.NC ChildUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC204
Global HealthThe student worked on a toolkit that assesses sexual violence and human trafficking prevention needs of community college and university campuses to develop a plan for creation of resources.NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA)United States of AmericaRaleigh, NC59
Leadership in PracticeThe student conducted a quantitative evaluation of NC Medicaid program quality. The student used administrative, health outcome, and other data sources to monitor transition to managed care.NC MedicaidUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC235
Health PolicyThe student completed their practicum with NC DHHS, Department of Health Benefits, Medicaid Division. The student engaged in the production of and participation in transition of care high needs member survey, qualitative data collection and analysis. NC MedicaidUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC141
Leadership in PracticeThe student evaluated NC Medicaid program elements during the transition to Managed Care. Worked with beneficiary-primary care-health insurer data sets. Looked at how well new program elements were implemented (i.e. AMHs, CINs).NC MedicaidUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC143
Applied EpidemiologyThe student conducted analysis of NC statewide COVID-19 variant case data to create a public-facing comprehensive report that details the changing epidemiological trends of the evolving pandemic. North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS)United States of AmericaRaleigh, NC153
Health PolicyThe student engaged in qualitative data collection for healthcare access for underserved Asian-Americans in NC during the COVID-19 pandemic.North Carolina Asian Americans Together (NCATT)United States of AmericaRaleigh, NC130
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA) in order to create culturally competent and well-informed sexual violence training specifically for use at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). This addresses a strong need for sexual violence prevention and awareness training, specifically created for students at HBCUs, rather than only for students at Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs). NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA)United States of AmericaRaleigh, NC12
Applied EpidemiologyThe student estimated the prevalence of Hepatitis C in North Carolina.North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS)United States of AmericaRaleigh, NC102
Applied EpidemiologyThe student engaged with civil surgeons in latent tuberculosis (TB) education and treatment for visa status adjusters (immigrant/refugee populations) in North Carolina. North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS)United States of AmericaRaleigh, NC190
Applied EpidemiologyThe student developed a comprehensive and interactive North Carolina Violent Death Reporting System (NC-VDRS) data dashboard in Tableau to visualize trends in homicide, suicide, and firearm-related deaths. North Carolina Department of Public Health Injury and Violence Prevention BranchUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC106
Health BehaviorThe data engaged in qualitative data collection in North Carolina to identify innovative methods for court certified domestic violence intervention programs and recommend policy changes to the DVIP governing board, the NC DV Commission.North Carolina Domestic Violence CommissionUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC232
Health BehaviorThe student engaged in the creation of a strategic plan survey, financial process, and informational SSP brochures in Raleigh, North Carolina to enhance syringe service/harm reduction program operations and benefit people who use drugs. North Carolina Harm Reduction CoalitionUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC83
Health PolicyThe student engaged in policy and legislative research, advocacy, and working on interdisciplinary teams towards the mission of alleviating poverty in North Carolina through the intersectional lens of health and housing policy.North Carolina Justice CenterUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC84
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student created an organizational mandatory reporting policy, and wrote a literature review on supporting parents and siblings bereaved by homicide. North Carolina Victim Assistance NetworkUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC82
NutritionThe student engaged in qualitative and quantitative data collection in Raleigh and Greenville, NC for a county-level evaluation of an initiative to improve nutrition education among WIC mother, infant, and children participants.The Food Bank of Central and Eastern North CarolinaUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC64
Population Health for CliniciansThe student evaluated food insecurity and cost-related medication underuse among youth with insulin dependent diabetes mellitus who are patients of the UNC Pediatric Endocrinology Speciality Clinic. UNC Pediatric Endocrinology Speciality ClinicUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC33
Health BehaviorThe student participated in indicator and survey development for data collection in Port-au-Prince Haiti as well as curriculum development for community health worker trainings on child nutritional health. Curamericas GlobalUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC117
NutritionThe student conducted quantitative data collection of the elderly suffering from different levels of food insecurity, categorized by ZipCode in Wake County. Evaluate how to make meal services more comprehensive, like medically tailored meals.Meals on Wheels United States of AmericaRaleigh, NC66
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student participated in survey design and analysis for the NC DHHS Occupational & Environmental Epidemiology Branch and Children's Environmental Health, to create a draft Post-Disaster Child Care Sanitation Assessment Form.NC DHHS Occupational & Environmental Epidemiology BranchUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC124
Leadership in PracticeThe student conducted a literature review of materials pertaining to sexual health education for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in order to determine available materials and gaps. NC Coalition Against Sexual AssaultUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC249
Health PolicyThe student engaged in quantitative and qualitative data collection in collegiate recovery programs within the state of North Carolina to examine the mental health fluctuations during COVID-19.Addiction Professional of North CarolinaUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, NC148
Health BehaviorThe student created educational materials on COVID-19 vaccines in Spanish and English for migrant farmworkers arriving to North Carolina. The student also coordinated the vaccine clinics for the North Carolina Farmworker Health Program.North Carolina Farmworker Health ProgramUnited States of AmericaRaleigh, Rocky Mount, Vass, NC215
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student implemented and documented results from a process and outcome evaluation for the Resilient Leaders Initiative, a social accelerator program to address trauma in Eastern North Carolina.Rural Opportunity InstituteUnited States of AmericaRocky Mount, NC137
Health PolicyThe student served as a summer intern for the US Value Evidence and Outcomes project.GlaxoSmithKlineUnited States of America
Research Triangle Park, NC
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Applied EpidemiologyThe student engaged in health communications for the County of San Diego's Chronic Disease and Healthy Equity unit. Public Health Services–San DiegoUnited States of AmericaSan Diego, CA186
Global HealthThe student conducted research focused on lactation support for small and sick newborns (SSNs) for the PATH Newborn Nutrition Team.PATHUnited States of AmericaSeattle, WA123
Health PolicyCost-benefit analysis of Neulasta vs. biosimilars and abstract on health outcomes differences for same-day administration of Neulasta vs. 24-hour delay to improve quality of cancer treatment and reduce healthcare costs.Wake Forest UniversityUnited States of AmericaWake Forest, NC252
Health PolicyThe student engaged in qualitative data analysis, synthesis, and presentation for internal DEI-focused usage; exposure to a large research funding institution with many facets.Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)United States of AmericaWashington DC135
Health BehaviorThe student conducted analysis of sex-education legislation in the United States for 2021 Policy Report and production of resources for a Toolkit dedicated to guiding community advocacy efforts. Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS)United States of AmericaWashington DC183
Health PolicyThe student worked on lobbying and advocacy efforts specific to cancer-related policies and budget appropriations.American Cancer Society Cancer Action NetworkUnited States of AmericaWashington, DC233
Leadership in PracticeThe student supported analysis of federal public health policies through research, writing, and stakeholder outreach.Bipartisan Policy CenterUnited States of AmericaWashington, DC78
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student conducted qualitative data analysis of PCORI research awardees to identify trends, discrepancies, recommendations, and distinctive examples of engagement in research. The student also conducted a literature review to identify gaps in engagement science. Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)United States of AmericaWashington, DC182
Leadership in Practice
The student worked within the Behavioral Health Department alongside their vaccine administration and community outreach teams. The student also worked to address COVID-19 vaccine myths and social determinants of health within the county.
MedNorth Health CenterUnited States of AmericaWilmington, NC241
NutritionThe student worked on a research study to determine the efficacy of food box delivery on heath outcomes of food insecure individuals in North Carolina.Second Harvest Food BankUnited States of AmericaWinston-Salem, NC198
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student engaged in information gathering, background research, and stakeholder engagement to assess community concerns regarding and (possibility of exposure to) legacy industrial contaminants in surface and groundwater. Yadkin RiverkeeperUnited States of AmericaWinston-Salem, NC231
Leadership in PracticeThe student developed a social digital platform for young women refugee attending the Bashira and Amina Day Centres for Displaced Women in Greece, part of the SAO Association.SAO AssociationSwitzerlandZurich206

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Applied EpidemiologyThe student worked with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health, Communicable Disease Branch, HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis Surveillance to enter archived Hepatitis C labs and to present a treatment cascade of labs entered in order to examine how un-entered labs affect the states overall evaluation of treatment services.NC DHHSUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaRaleigh29
Applied EpidemiologyThe student supported the Pandemic Ethics Dashboard (http://pandemicethics.org/), a web resource created by Dr. Jim Thomas (associate professor of epidemiology at UNC.) This resource serves as an ethical guide for policymakers and health officials for responding to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.Carolina Population CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill47
Applied EpidemiologyWithin the US Department of Health and Human Services Office of Global Affairs, the student conducted various projects for the Pandemic and Emerging Threats team, including researching international progress on antimicrobial resistance and supporting countries with securing sustainable financing for both health security preparedness and the COVID-19 response.US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Global AffairsUnited States of AmericaDistrict of ColumbiaWashington DC51
Applied EpidemiologyNorth Carolina's rate of Hepatitis C (HCV) is higher than the national average with over 150,000 estimated North Carolinians infected with HCV. NC DHHS receives about 1,200 HCV lab results on paper per month, and there is currently a backlog of over 17,000 HCV labs that are not entered in the surveillance system. The paper labs also include negative labs, which are necessary in tracking treatment and possible re-infection in the state, in order to produce a more accurate HCV treatment cascade. As a practicum, my duties will be to enter HCV lab data into the surveillance system to help eliminate the backlog of paper labs. I will then use this data to produce an accurate treatment cascade to help determine HCV treatment outcomes in North Carolina.HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis Surveillance Unit, North Carolina Division of Public HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaRaleigh71
Applied EpidemiologyThe student participated in the facilitation of the design and conduct of three epidemiologic studies at the UNC Lineberger Cancer Center that are investigating factors related to cancer risk and outcomes in North Carolina.UNC Lineberger Cancer CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill82
Applied EpidemiologyThe student worked remotely with the Allegheny County Health Department in Pittsburgh, PA to analyze existing data on the status of maternal morbidity and maternal substance use in the county, with a focus on opioid use and demographic indicators such as race, primary payer and zip code.Allegheny County Health DepartmentUnited States of AmericaPennsylvaniaPittsburgh94
Applied EpidemiologyThe student conducted spatial analysis of alcohol outlet density and drafted a practical “How-To Guide” as a companion to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guide for Measuring Alcohol Outlet Density, written for state epidemiologists and public health practitioners.Mike FlissUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill102
Applied EpidemiologyThe practicum experience at Aetion consisted primarily of preparing epidemiological work,_x000D_
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performed for contracted clients using real-world data and methodology. The specific health topics for the practicum work depended on the clients' focus, as well as current climate in the public health (for example, I worked on a training series using a cancer registry, a psoriasis study, two different statin studies, and COVID-19).
Aetion, Inc.United States of AmericaMassachusettsBoston112
Applied EpidemiologyStudent worked with a post-doctoral student associated with the Water Institute at UNC who was conducting a systematic review of the effectiveness of disinfectants in hospital settings. I, along with several other practicum students, extracted data from articles and also synthesized results in a final report.Water Institute at UNCUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill158
Applied EpidemiologyConducted an analysis on emergency medical services (EMS) care of pediatric patients throughout the state of North Carolina.UNC Department of Emergency MedicineUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill167
Applied EpidemiologyThe student researched the potential impact of male contraceptives on the advancement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and produced stakeholder communications building support for male contraceptive research and development. The student also developed a research plan to expand on an earlier manuscript estimating the impact of male contraceptives on unintended pregnancy rates in 3 countries.Male Contraceptive InitiativeUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham172
Applied EpidemiologyThe student selected, implemented, and analyzed strategies to increase resident referral to the Child-Adult Relationship Enhancement in Primary Care (PriCARE) program, a primary care-based parenting intervention program.UNC Children’s Primary Care Clinic in Chapel Hill NCUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill186
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student conducted a literature review of indoor chemical contaminants with a focus on lead and pesticides using a risk assessment paradigm. The student helped to scope and develop an upcoming outreach and education project to help improve environmental health literacy among health care providers, community partners and families with young children.Duke University Superfund Research CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham79
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student worked remotely to collect quantitative and qualitative data on the life cycle of a product to determine the greenhouse gas emissions allocated to the production and use of the product.Seal the SeasonsUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham99
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student worked with the preceptor at EPA's Human Studies Facility at Chapel Hill to analyze a cohort of 205 children (104 asthmatics and 101 non-asthmatics) about air pollution, asthma, and iron homeostasis._x000D_
United States Environmental Protection Agency, National Health and Environmental Effects Research LaboratoryUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill101
Environmental Health SolutionsI worked with water and wastewater utilities in North Carolina, analyzing how they were financially impacted by COVID-19, and conducted policy analysis on how utilities can supplement their revenues to make investments in stormwater management technologies.UNC Environmental Finance CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill146
Environmental Health SolutionsThe student worked with North Carolina Initiative for Public Health in mapping food insecurity needs in the Mecklenburg region to help their client, Loaves & Fishes, have a better understanding on where to place food pantries to best serve the needs of the community.NCIPHUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill184
Global HealthPrimary work focused on quantitative data analysis of DHS contraceptive calendar data in R meant to inform global contraceptive programs.IntraHealth InternationalUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill34
Global HealthThe student worked created an Instructional Guide for Dedoose, a qualitative analysis software, and created a preliminary Codebook for the RHITES-E and IntraHealth International Collaboration project of SASA!, an initiative intended to understand the impact gender-based violence on HIV risk in three cities in Uganda.IntraHealth InternationalUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill40
Global HealthStudent worked with Nora Rosenberg, MSPH, PhD to support ongoing research that seeks to (a) understand risk factors for HIV acquisition, and (b) evaluate interventions to support HIV testing, prevention, and care in Malawi.UNC Gillings School of Public HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill46
Global HealthThe student interned for the Duke University Superfund Research Center in the Community Engagement Core. They were part of work on research around indoor chemical contaminants, as well as developing a communication plan for health advisories for subsistence fish consumers in North Carolina.Duke University Superfund Research CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham49
Global HealthThe student researched and collected data on federal and state responses to COVID-19 as it relates to mental health policy in the United States.United States of CareUnited States of AmericaDistrict of ColumbiaWashington DC58
Global HealthThe student worked on cross-cutting family planning activities and research for FHI 360 including policy analysis on reproductive, maternal and child health service delivery during COVID, data synthesis and presentation for a global technical consultation the hormonal IUS, and internal materials on the integration of decolonization in global health equity across the organization.FHI 360United States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham65
Global HealthThe student worked remotely to produce and implement a new digital dashboard system for a multidisciplinary team at the Cancer Diseases Hospital in Lusaka, Zambia to better treat women with gynecological malignancies.UNC Zambia HubZambiaNALusaka68
Global HealthThe student worked remotely for the Water Institute to support their projects surrounding environmental health in healthcare facilities in humanitarian settings.The Water Institute at UNCUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill72
Global HealthThe student developed a literature review on best practices for birthing centers in low-resource settings to inform recommendations and areas for future growth and research for a women's health clinic in rural Haiti. The student also developed a communications plan for a consortium of NGOs addressing cervical cancer in Haiti.Family Health MinistriesUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill75
Global HealthWorked as a communications assistant with the Water Institute at UNC monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on global Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) standards and projects as well as designing coronavirus web messaging for use by implementing partners.The Water Institute at UNCUnited States of AmericaNAChapel Hill, NC81
Global HealthThe student worked at NCIPH to remotely archive stories about Health care providers during COVID. The student focus on stories related to equity and disparity.North Carolina Institute for Public Health (NCIPH)United States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill86
Global HealthThe student completed qualitative data analysis for a research project which examines the breastfeeding experiences of internally displaced Yazidi mothers in Iraq. All work was completed remotely.Gillings Department of Maternal and Child HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill88
Global HealthThe student worked with the Anova Health Institute located in South Africa to analyze HIV-related health information collected via clinical file audits. This project involved a descriptive data analysis, as well as a brief quantitative report based on clinical staff interviews, with the aim of identifying successes and areas for improvement of the file auditing program.Anova Health InstituteSouth AfricaNAJohannesburg100
Global HealthThe student worked across multiple projects within the Product Development & Introduction group at FHI 360, mainly supporting the development of additional data collection tools to capture the impact of COVID-19 on reproductive health service access and family planning desires in multiple countries, as well as contributing to decolonization and global health equity efforts across the organization.FHI 360United States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham108
Global HealthThe student interned with the Full Access, Full Choice (FAFC) project to develop a research brief illuminating male engagement in contraceptive choice among Kenyan youth (drawn from previously collected qualitative data) and conduct a thorough literature review on informed choice in family planning decision making.Carolina Population CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill115
Global HealthStudent conducted a qualitative research study on the experiences of front line health workers.North Carolina Institute of Public HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaN/A120
Global HealthThe student worked on a collaborative project between UNC and Chronic Care International, a non-profit based in Omaha, Nebraska, to develop an evidence-based evaluation plan for a peer support program for people living with diabetes enrolled in rural clinics in the Dominican Republic.University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill / Chronic Care InternationalUnited States of AmericaNebraskaOmaha128
Global HealthThe student researched crisis pregnancy center (CPC) communication strategies and tactics by analyzing their websites and calling CPCs and using qualitative data analysis to identify recurring themes. The student utilized design thinking skills to interview stakeholders in order to understand their priorities and perspectives of reproductive health and CPCs.NARAL Pro-Choice NCUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham129
Global HealthStudent worked remotely with RTI International as a proposal management intern to manage and facilitate proposal bids across the institute in their process to win awards.RTI InternationalUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaResearch Triangle Park137
Global HealthThe student collected qualitative and quantitative data through surveys and interviews of program staff and beneficiaries. Through this data collection and previously collected data on CFK programs, the student conducted an evaluation of all CFK programs for internal use and future grant or funding proposals.Carolina for KiberaKenyaNAKibera/Nairobi, Kenya164
Global HealthThe student investigated the relationship between childhood malaria, bed net use, and geographic factors by performing quantitative data analyses on recently collected household survey data from a rural community in Western Uganda. She worked with Dr. Boyce in the Division of Infectious Disease at UNC-CH, who works in partnership with Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) and Epicentre Mbarara Research Base.UNC-CH School of Medicine, Division of Infectious DiseasesUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill227
Global HealthThe student worked in the qualitative arm of a mixed methods study looking at partner engagement in HIV testing among women attending antenatal care in Zambia with an overall goal of reducing mother to child transmission.UNC Zambia HubZambiaNALusaka, Zambia/Chapel Hill, NC231
Global HealthThe student assisted with the qualitative analysis of a number of interviews conducted with members of the Hispanic community in the Research Triangle Area to inform future research to help adapt existing evidence-based treatments for depression to address the needs of highly stressed Hispanic immigrants.SER (Salud, Estrés y Resiliencia/Health, Stress and Resilience) Hispano ProjectUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham232
Global HealthThe student worked with a longitudinal study team in nine countries focusing on parenting across cultures and how parenting predicts adolescents' dietary behaviors.Duke Sanford Center for Child and Family PolicyUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham234
Global HealthAlong with 3 other Gillings students, I worked with the NCIPH on a COVID-19 Storytelling project examining the experiences of frontline health workers in the Global, U.S.-specific, N.C.-specific, and Equity contexts. We developed a unique methodology using electronic resources to collect stories of frontline healthcare workers, curated the stories, and completed a thematic analysis with one student working on each of these contexts.Gillings School of Global Public Health/North Carolina Institute for Public HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill235
Global HealthWorking with the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, the student developed (1) an assets/needs report and (2) a program plan/recommendations for informing the development and implementation of a disaster research response program in the ASEAN region, drawing from the experiences and lessons learned from similar programs in the United States, Japan, and Canada.National Institute of Environmental Health SciencesUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham236
Health BehaviorThe student created interactive educational content in a decision-making tool to help potential research participants across NC learn more about research participation.NC TraCSUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill27
Health BehaviorThe student wrote a policy briefing/report about alcohol harm paradox and socioeconomic inequalities in alcohol-related health outcomes and analyzed and interpreted survey data to inform a manuscript about adolescent perceptions towards health messaging on alcohol products.Institute of Alcohol StudiesUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandNALondon30
Health BehaviorStudent developed content for website "Advancing Equity in Tobacco Control." Content included data and comprehensive information on tobacco-related disparities in the United States, current tobacco-related health disparities research, and tobacco control policies used to advance health equity.Advancing Equity in Tobacco ControlUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill, NC37
Health BehaviorThe stuentworked on several activities to assist the efforts of the Office of Inclusive Excellence in their journey to improve diversity, equity, inclusion (DEI), and student success at Gillings. Some activities included training, workshop, and webinar development, evaluation inclusive excellence activities, communicating and addressing student concerns, and advocating for equity and antiracism across the School.Gillings Inclusive ExcellenceUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill42
Health BehaviorFor the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, the student led the development of a quality of life survey for Fort Bragg and provided other technical assistance to the Director of Public Health for Fort Bragg, including weekly COVID-19 research updates.UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill50
Health BehaviorThe student worked with pediatric psychology researchers at a children's hospital in Kansas City, MO. The student worked on qualitative and quantitative research projects about a weight management clinic for children with ASD and resiliency in the face of a new pediatric cancer diagnosis.Children's Mercy HospitalUnited States of AmericaMissouriKansas City54
Health BehaviorStudent worked remotely for a worker center in Chicago to execute a survey, document stories, and develop policy recommendations with temp staffing workers (mostly food processing and assembly line workers) to determine how workers perceive temp staffing agencies’ Covid-19 health and safety practicesChicago Workers' CollaborativeUnited States of AmericaIllinoisChicago55
Health BehaviorThe student worked remotely with Rural Opportunity Institute (ROI) and the community in Edgecombe County, NC to develop a summative and process evaluation plan for ROI's Accelerator, a first-ever program that will support public agencies & institutions to create trauma-informed and healing environments in rural communities.Rural Opportunity InstituteUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaTarboro56
Health BehaviorThe student conducted qualitative data collection and analysis to explore the impact of COVID-19 among front-line public health and health care workers. The practicum project is a part of an initiative of North Carolina Institute for Public Health, which aims at revealing the true impact of COVID-19 "behind the numbers" through a "storymap" product.North Carolina Institute for Public HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill67
Health BehaviorThe student collected quantitative and qualitative data on a new fertility assessment service to provide useful feedback and recommendations for future iterations of the service. The student also learned product management basics for digital health products and gained useful insight into the world of FemTech.Frame FertilityUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaCharlotte69
Health BehaviorThe student worked with the Chapel Hill Campus & Community Coalition to update and revise their existing evaluation plan so that it is consistent with their new strategic goals. The student also developed a data management user guide to accompany the evaluation plan which will ensure data collection consistency moving forward.Chapel Hill Campus & Community Coalition to Reduce the Negative Impacts of High Risk DrinkingUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill73
Health BehaviorThe student worked with a mobile application providing relevant, authentic, and engaging stories coupled with high-quality online resources on sexual health, mental health, and LGBTQ+ identity-related topics to help teens know they are not alone in their experiences growing up. Primary responsibilities encompassed strategic communications and marketing efforts.Real Talk: Stories by TeensUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill (although it was delivered completely digitally)76
Health BehaviorThe student worked as a Margolis intern at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy. In this role, she helped develop the North Carolina Integrated Care for Kids model, a child-centered local service delivery and payment model aimed at reducing expenditures and improving the quality of care for children on Medicaid and CHIP.Duke-Margolis Center for Health PolicyUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham78
Health BehaviorThe student worked remotely with Real Talk to develop an inclusive and sex positive sex education curriculum, informed by stories that teens submitted to their app about their experiences with puberty, bullying, and relationships. This curriculum is intended for 6-8th grades, and was developed to be able to be delivered in person, synchronously online, and asynchronously online.MyHealthEdUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill89
Health BehaviorLauren worked with the Chatham County Public Health Department on a project called EMBRACe (Equity for Moms and Babies Realized Across Chatham). She completed a literature review and developed a survey to assess the role of social determinants of health in racial disparities, and to assess Chatham County's use of socail determinant screening tools.Chatham County Public Health DepartmentUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaPittsboro (remote)90
Health BehaviorThe student recruited adolescents from a local clinic in Chapel Hill, NC and collected quantitative data about acceptance for universal testing of gonorrhea and chlamydia.UNC Children's Primary Care ClinicUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill92
Health BehaviorThe student worked remotely on a scoping literature review assessing the degree of youth engagement in HIV research, and qualitative data analysis of entry submissions for the ITEST designathon open call on youth ideas for delivery of HIV self-testInnovative Tools to Expand Youth-Friendly HIV Self-Testing (ITEST) Study, NigeriaNigeriaNAMultiple cities103
Health BehaviorThe student worked remotely with an HIV clinic in Guatemala City, Colectivo Amigos Contra el SIDA, to build qualitative study tools for a virtual focus group study on HIV self-testing. Results will be used to help inform the first initiative to deliver HIV self-test kits to sexual and gender minority communities in Guatemala and create a quantitative survey on user's preferences.Colectivo Amigos Contra el SIDAGuatemalaNAGuatemala City104
Health BehaviorThe student created an online resource database and patient resource sheets for perinatal women in 15 NC Counties to seek mental health care, and also created an AHEC course curriculum to teach healthcare providers about care practices and screening tools for substance use disorders in perinatal and postpartum women.UNC School of Medicine Department of PsychiatryUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill106
Health BehaviorThe student reviewed over 80 equity-related tools and thoroughly annotated 40 tools to support the dissemination of equity tools for implementation support technical assistance. A proposal was drafted for a web-based resource where the tools will be housed on the organization's website.Frank Porter Graham Child Development InstituteUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill109
Health BehaviorThe student worked at The Implementation Division at Frank Porter Graham (FPG) Child Development Institute to produce a brief of core practice competencies for external implementation support through a literature review and conceptual drafts of the brief that were developed and refined from weekly discussions with implementation scientists.Frank Porter Graham (FPG) Child Development InstituteUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill110
Health BehaviorThe student studied North Carolina driving while impaired and ignition interlock legislation by conducting informational interviews with subject matter experts and doing background research. The project culminated a set of recommendations for improvements on policy design and implementation, deliverable to the NC DHHS.North Carolina Department of Health and Human ServicesUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaRaleigh113
Health BehaviorThe student created practitioner resources for upcoming technical assistance for state health departments implementing activities that support the prevention of adverse childhood experiences and suicide in the context of COVID-19. The student also wrote a report after collecting and analyzing qualitative data on ways that Southeastern and Southwestern Injury Prevention Network members use the network to collaborate or build professional connections. Additional duties were contributing to a marketing and correspondence toolkit, creating a meeting report, and writing press releases for recent publications.UNC Injury Prevention Research CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaCarrboro/Chapel Hill114
Health BehaviorStudent created a program plan for a new Community of Practice, and completed a policy scan on circularity in the built environment. These projects are part of an initiative to promote circular construction in the Triangle.Circular TriangleUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill136
Health BehaviorThe student did an in-depth review of Community Health Assessments (CHAs) in NC in order to evaluate how inclusive they were of individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD). Working along side Special Olympics of North Carolina, this research was translated to suggestions for increasing inclusivity moving forward in order to improve quality and accessibility of care for I/DD individuals, as well as overall representation in CHA processes in NC.Special Olympics of North CarolinaUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaMorrisville144
Health BehaviorAs a communications and outreach specialist, I learned more about the inner workings of a clinical grant-learning project and conducted key informant interviews with Invest in Nursing leadership to assess project members' current impressions of the communications and outreach activities and resources. As a result, I developed a year-long social communication and outreach plan in order to have a formal communications outreach protocol.The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of NursingUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill145
Health BehaviorStudent worked with HiTOPS, a sexual health and education organization based in Princeton, New Jersey to help develop a program evaluation tool to glean the effectiveness of a new professional development program the organization is implementing with school districts across New Jersey with the intention of creating systemic, cultural change in the school/district to establish a more affirming school environment.HiTOPSUnited States of AmericaNew JerseyPrinceton153
Health BehaviorThe student worked with a project within the Injury Prevention Research Center, helping to build a peer network among harm reduction practitioners in Central Appalachia. The project was within the formative research phase during the practicum period, and the student conducted interviews with policy experts about harm reduction and reported the findings.Injury Prevention Research CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill173
Health BehaviorI worked with the School of Nursing to screen literature, extract data, and analyze data as a part of a systematic review examining person and family engagement methods to improve resident safety in assisted living facilities.UNC School of NursingUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill198
Health BehaviorI worked the with HE Equity Task Force and Gillings Inclusive Excellence to draft a resource to promote anti-racist pedagogy and drafted a manuscript.UNC GillingsUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill199
Health BehaviorThe student collaborated on a stakeholder survey with Carolinas Integrated Sciences & Assessments (CISA), which is a Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments Program funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Program Office. During the practicum, the student developed a survey to assess the understanding of and concerns about extreme weather and climate events for public health practitioners and analyze survey results.CISAUnited States of AmericaNorth Carolina,South CarolinaChapel Hill222
Health BehaviorThe student worked with the Orange County Home Preservation Coalition, a collaborative group of home repair service providers and funders. The student led the combined process and outcomes evaluation- from design, development, analysis, through synthesis- for its grantor.Orange County Home Preservation Coalition/Orange County Department on AgingUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill (remote)225
Health BehaviorThe student worked as a research assistant at UNC's Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. My deliverables were 1. a literature review of community-based nutrition interventions in Southern, rural counties of the US and 2. a survey report summarizing findings from a survey distributed to 100 Health Departments and 114 Federally Qualified Health Centers (which I also helped program into Qualtrics prior to practicum).UNC Center for Health Promotion and Disease PreventionUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill226
Health BehaviorThe student worked remotely as a Visiting Student at Massachusetts General Hospital to develop a draft grant application for a future project proposal, including designing the program components and the evaluation plan. The student conducted a literature review to inform the implementation and evaluation methods and frequently consulted with the PI of the study before working on the practicum deliverables.Massachusetts General HospitalUnited States of AmericaMassachusettsBoston229
Health BehaviorThe student worked with Special Olympics of North Carolina to research best practices for creating inclusive needs assessments for counties in North Carolina. The student learned about Special Olympics programming and the resources available to individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities.Special Olympics of North CarolinaUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaMorrisville230
Health BehaviorI helped coordinate the pilot phase of a nutrition intervention study at the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. This included drafting training materials, recruiting participants, analyzing survey data, and contributing to manuscripts.NAUnited StatesNANA233
Health BehaviorThe student partnered with the Outreach Core of UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center to develop web based tools designed to assist in informed decision making for prostate cancer screening among black men.Outreach4HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill237
Health BehaviorThe student was a public health leader for the Honduran Health Alliance (HHA) and prepared medical students to teach health education sessions as part of a medical service trip to rural honduras. The student conducted a literature review to inform future revision to the health education curriculum, and established a structured training program to teach medical students how to be effective health educators.Honduran Health AllianceUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill238
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student worked with the UNC Transgender Health Program to design a needs assessment exploring perceptions of quality of mental healthcare services from trans* North Carolinians and mental health providers in North Carolina that work with trans clients. This assessment is intended to inform the upcoming Standards of Care for Mental Health Providers who work with trans* clients.UNC Transgender Health ProgramUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill53
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student worked with the North Carolina Institute for Public Health researching the partnerships that exist between health departments and schools of public health in North Carolina.North Carolina Institute for Public HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill61
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student worked with the Carolina Abortion Fund to assess previous and current efforts to improve caller engagement and post-abortion support and develop future programing based on the needs of the community they work with.Carolina Abortion FundUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham62
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student worked with a national, dementia-based Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Coverage with Evidence Development (CMS CED) study team to aid in efforts geared toward increasing the recruitment and participation of African American and Latinx older adults. _x000D_
The UNC Center for Health Equity Research (CHER)United States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill64
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student conducted policy research and assisted in organizing a roundtable discussion with state health practitioners on vaping prevention and control for the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center's Vaping Prevention Resource.UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill74
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student partners with NC Maternal Mental Health MATTERS to create patient-facing support documents to aid in the identification of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders and their treatment, as well as an online AHEC course module to support the continued learning of perinatal health providers and their familiarity with PMADs. NC Maternal Mental Health Matters is a telepsychiatry initiative that seeks to improve maternal mental health in North Carolina.NC Maternal Mental Health MATTERSUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill85
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human Rights_x000D_
The student conducted a process evaluation to assesses the intervention delivery of Care Groups, a community-based health education initiative, in Kisii, Kenya using both qualitative and quantitative data.
Curamericas GlobalUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaRaleigh87
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student performed various kinds of literature reviews for the Water Institute as they build an investment case for UNICEF, researching the coping costs and health outcomes of forgoing care, the direct medical and nonmedical costs of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs), and assembling the evidence base for quantitative microbial risk assessment (QMRA) and its pertinent adjustments regarding their potential to predict the number of HAIs that occur as a result of different environmental health conditions.The Water Institute at UNCUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill95
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThis student generated, analyzed, and interpreted data for purpose of publication for Norovirus vaccine informing. They wrote and submitted a manuscript that is under peer review. Additionally, this student worked collaboratively with researchers in Nicaragua, Zambia, and UNC via Zoom to design an LDMS for communities down in Nicaragua.UNC Department of Family MedicineUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill117
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsPracticum is research assistant in the Health Disparities department of the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research. Specifically, the student supported an R01 study aimed at piloting in NC an intervention titled Patient Priorities Care to help physicians align care decisions with patient priorities to reduce treatment burden.Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services ResearchUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill131
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student organized key informant interviews with members of NCCPH and public health leadership throughout the state of North Carolina to gain a better understanding of NCCPH's current internal and external communication channels. The interviews and outside research were used to develop a communication and outreach proposal.North Carolina Citizens for Public HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaRemote133
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsStudent conducted a qualitative project looking at the impacts of COVID on Latina participants of the Healthy Mother-Healthy Children nutrition and physical activity intervention based at the UNC School of Nursing. Student did semi-structure one on one interviews in Spanish with these participants and collect impacts on their families' nutrition, physical activity, and stress levels.Healthy Mothers-Healthy ChildrenUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill168
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsStudent worked with Kristin Black, a Gillings alumna and current faculty member at East Carolina University on two projects, both surrounding social determinants of health. One project included conducting a literature review to examine structural barriers to health in Eastern North Carolina and adapting a structural competency training for Eastern North Carolina healthcare professionals/health-focused faculty. The second project included conducting a quantitative analysis using severe maternal morbidity data.East Carolina UniversityUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaGreenville176
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsStudent worked with UNC's Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention to conduct design thinking activities to determine where SNAP eligible caregivers of children ages 6 or younger are spending their time, or have unused time, to implement SNAP-education.FFORCUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill177
Health Equity, Social Justice and Human RightsThe student partnered with North Carolina Survivors Union, the North Carolina arm of a national drug user union, to create an ethical research manifesto and accompanying research-related documents to present to researchers seeking to partner with them.North Carolina Survivors UnionUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaGreensboro190
Health PolicyNAThe Sheridan GroupUnited StatesDistrict of ColumbiaD.C.15
Health PolicyPracticium located in New York, but requires remote work . I entered the qualitative data received from individuals who participated in the Heart Smarts program, and developed a policy brief on what policies are implemented around the world to reduce our cardiovascular disease rates.Heart SmartsUnited States of AmericaNew YorkNew York28
Health PolicyThe student worked with the Foundation for a Healthy High Point, located in High Point, NC, on creating a historic narrative of the foundation from its inception to the present. In addition, the student worked on presenting COVID-19 facts, statistics, and local data to the Board of Directors, creating a one-pager on COVID-19 information, and updating the COVID-19 resources webpage.The Foundation for a Healthy High PointUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaHigh Point43
Health PolicyThe student worked with the Paradigm Project at AcademyHealth, an initiative addressing the timeliness and effectiveness of health services research for practice and policy. The student wrote briefs about precision medicine and communicating research with policymakers, attended project meetings, and supported other project work.AcademyHealthUnited States of AmericaDistrict of ColumbiaWashington, D.C.60
Health PolicyThe student worked remotely with an Eastern North Carolina based community-based organization, Rural Opportunity Institute (ROI). Here the student interviewed systems leaders to identify indicators of health in their community to create a Data Dashboard and Data Visuals. The student also worked with community-based trainers to create a facilitation guide, slides, and speaker notes for a condensed training on resiliency and trauma.Rural Opportunity InstituteUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaTarboro63
Health PolicyThe student analyzed data from a hypertension-reduction program in Durham county operated through Lincoln Community Health Center then submitted abstracts on the research to conferences and wrote a manuscript to be submitted to journals.Duke-Margolis Center for Health PolicyUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham93
Health PolicyThe student worked for UnitedHealthcare's Community & State- Policy & Strategic Engagement Team to focus on Medicaid national policy topics, specifically dual eligibility, COVID-19 implications, and social determinants of health.UnitedHealthcareUnited States of AmericaMinnesotaMinnetonka118
Health PolicyStudent worked with a nonprofit organization that works to reverse the opioid crisis where I conducted policy and substance-use research, compiled literature reviews, and analyzed qualitative and quantitative data for the development of a stigma survey. I also conducted vetting and outreach methods for a public campaign to combat substance-use stigma and empower people in recovery.ShatterproofUnited States of AmericaDistrict of ColumbiaWashington, DC139
Health PolicyStudent developed social media posts around the opioid epidemic and renal disease. Student also wrote a disabled child health equity paper to increase awareness about the disabled community and to show policymakers and explain why this is important to achieve health equity.EconometricaUnited States of AmericaMarylandBethesda169
Health PolicyI worked remotely with Shatterproof to collect data, conduct vetting and outreach, and analyze data for the stigma team. These projects were intended to reduce stigma for people in substance-use recovery.ShatterproofUnited States of AmericaDistrict of ColumbiaWashington, D.C.208
Health PolicyI researched different studies on disinfection methods used in hospitals and their efficacy in reducing the spread of hospital-associated infections (HAIs). My findings were included in a literature review of the subject.The Water Institute @ UNCUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill214
Health PolicyThe practium Provided remote assistance to two teams within the Western North Carolina Health Network._x000D_
I assisted on the Data team by compiling survey questions to develop their upcoming regional Community Health Assessment, as well as by reviewing previous years data and researching for a report on this previous data._x000D_
I assisted the Communications team by attending regular regional COVID-19 communications meetings, compiling and summarizing emerging research in this area, and by assisting in the development of evaluation materials for their COVID-19 communications pilot.
Western North Carolina Health NetworkUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaAsheville, NC223
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with Healthy Cabarrus to assist with the data analysis of the Cabarrus County Community Needs Assessment survey responses.Healthy CabarrusUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaKannapolis41
Leadership in PracticeThe student assisted in generating a report write up of a referral compliance study in Guatemala_x000D_
to better understand why some women accept a hospital referral in pregnancy in order to prevent referral rejections in the future. The student also presented qualitative data analysis results, gathered from maternal interview transcriptions, to Curamericas staff in Spanish, in Guatemala, via teleconference. _x000D_
Curamericas GlobalGuatemalaNAWorked remotely52
Leadership in PracticeThe student created lesson plans for community health volunteers and care groups instructing new mothers in Kisii, Kenya on pre- and post-natal care.Curamericas GlobalUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaRaleigh91
Leadership in PracticeWorked remotely with RACE for Equity to assess project status and progress over the last year for the NC System of Care. I also created a RACE for Equity client curriculum to communicate the ways in which RACE for Equity can work with a potential client.RACE for EquityUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaCary119
Leadership in PracticeThe practicum focused on improving EMS care & health outcomes for pediatric patients.The student's contributions were centered around building the program website & content, as well as managing and creating regular EMS educational content for their social media pages.UNC Department of Emergency Medicine: ResearchUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill121
Leadership in PracticeThe student helped to boost online engagement through the coalition's social media platforms and website and developed digital content to communicate the importance of closing the health insurance coverage gap in North Carolina. Additionally, the student compiled coalition resources and factsheets into a master resource catalogue and developed new fact sheets to fill in information gaps.Care4Carolina coalitionUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaRaleigh122
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked remotely/in Charlotte, NC with the founder of a start-up fertility digital health platform Frame Fertility to conduct literature research, competitive and business development analyses, and aid with user assessment after beta product launch.Frame FertilityUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaCharlotte123
Leadership in PracticeThe student supported the eldercare collaboration through leading weekly meetings, conducting research and developing proposals to create a new eldercare model for the Northside. In addition, the student completed various projects to support the organization's needs including program planning, marketing and surveying.Partnerships in Aging Program/ Jackson CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill124
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with the Global HIV Prevention and Treatment Clinical Trials Unit at UNC to collect qualitative data for our community advisory board in order to conduct a needs assessment of for community board members. The https://sph.unc.edu/research/gillings-proposal-editing-services-form/ In addition I spent the summer engaging in community outreach to increase knowledge, awareness, and engagement with HIV treatments and preventative measures in our local community.University of North Carolina, Global HIV Prevention and Treatment Clinical Trials Unit Division of Infectious DiseasesUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill125
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services and Washington Interagency Fatherhood Council to support the implementation of an environmental scan to identify father-inclusive resources across Washington State and developed fatherhood topic issue briefs and infographics to inform policy and programmatic efforts for the Council and stakeholders.Washington State Department of Social and Health ServicesUnited States of AmericaWashingtonOlympia127
Leadership in PracticeStudent helped collect qualitative focus group data for a program level evaluation of the American Heart Association Historically Black Colleges and Universities Scholars Program (AHA HBCU) and wrote summary report of the evaluation's findings. This evaluation was intended to identify and offer solutions to any issues within the pilot program.American Heart AssociationUnited States of AmericaCaliforniaMenlo Park130
Leadership in PracticeExperience with RACE for Equity Now consisted on working on a community engagement continuum that would be used as a template for different groups and organizations to engage in community engagement. I also worked with members from Race for Equity Now to organize weekend workshops for youth members that were at risk due to different reasons such as mental illness.Race for Equity NowUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham134
Leadership in PracticeStudent worked with Clinical Scholars: Team Kentucky. Praticium assisted a health ambassador program which uses high school students to teach elementary students health concepts.Clinical ScholarsUnited States of AmericaKentuckyCasey County135
Leadership in PracticeStudent worked with my preceptor to complete a manuscript draft after analyzing BRFSS data to assess the association between caregiving status and fall/fall injury.Appalachian State UniversityUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaBoone138
Leadership in PracticeThe student supported research, stakeholder engagement, and development for transdisciplinary, culturally-responsive collaboration models between public health, the creative workforce, and the private business sector towards population health.Center for Creative PlacehealingUnited States of AmericaKentuckyLouisville141
Leadership in PracticeThe student assisted in searching, reviewing, and abstracting articles on methods and measures for evaluation (this activity already is underway). The student helped summarize and report findings to the COE Office and draft, and revise with COE Office input, a conceptual framework/logic model to guide CAB evaluation.UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill143
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked in a local emergency management agency in rural Illinois, assessing the county's response to COVID-19 and creating emergency operations plans and after-action reports to inform future pandemic response.Lee County Emergency Management AgencyUnited States of AmericaIllinoisDixon147
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with the Formerly Incarcerated Transition (FIT) Program in a remote role to conduct phone surveys with FIT clients, create a focus group literature review as a guide when focus groups are administered at a later date, and develop a process (Qualtrics form, protocol, etc.) to be used to track recidivism among all FIT participants.Formerly Incarcerated Transition (FIT) ProgramUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill149
Leadership in PracticePracticum had 2 distinct elements, both occurring in Wilmington, NC. The first aspect of my practicum involved engaging foster care stakeholders in a workshop to promote community resilience. The second aspect of my practicum involved creating a manual to guide providers at MedNorth Community Health Center in the care of patients affected by intellectual and developmental delay.Community Care of the Lower Cape FearUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaWilmington, NC151
Leadership in PracticeWorked with the Clinical Scholars Evaluation team to complete a leadership evaluation manuscript focusing on Social Network Analysis and Social Capital.Clinical ScholarsUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaRemote162
Leadership in PracticeThe purpose of this project was to conduct a needs assessment and gap analysis regarding family services in the Durham VA catchment area. The student conducted a literature review on the topic and helped build a proposed plan to expand research in this area.Veterans AdministrationUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham170
Leadership in PracticeStudent performed data extraction on 40+ articles for a systematic review on the disinfection of healthcare settings. Student synthesized findings on a specific disinfection product in an analysis report.UNC Water InstituteUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill171
Leadership in PracticeStudent completed my practicum as part of a larger clinical (CO-HOST) study looking at COVID transmission rate for household contacts of subjects that tested positive.University of North Carolina, Institute of Global Health and Infectious DiseaseUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill174
Leadership in PracticeI worked with Mountain Community Health Partnership helping develop and implement COVID-19 testing options in Rural WNC. Along with this I developed and implemented a Respiratory Fit Testing Plan for team members to be correctly fit tested to N95 respirators.Mountain Community Health PartnershipUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaMitchell and Yancey Counties Bakersville, Burnsville, and Spruce Pine N178
Leadership in PracticeCompleted a feasibility study of expansion of an early childhood education based nutrition program, Rainbow In My Tummy. Assisted in the development of interview tools and survey, and conducted qualitative data collection and analysis.North Carolina Center for Health and WellnessUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaAsheville180
Leadership in PracticeThe student partnered with MAHEC Dental Health Center to help lay the groundwork for a pediatric dental resident rotation in WNC in conjunction with Mountain Community Health Partnership, a FQHC in Mitchell & Yancey counties, via a Needs Assessment Report and a Strategic Plan & Outcomes Assessment Process.MAHECUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaAsheville181
Leadership in PracticeAccess to interpreter services during COVID-19 in Buncombe CountyWestern Carolina Medical Society FoundationUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaAsheville182
Leadership in PracticePracticum is part of an ongoing descriptive research study I am conducting at the ABCCM free medical clinic. Practicum constituted the preparatory steps necessary for moving forward with data collection. My deliverables were a literature review of free clinics in North Carolina and a study design.ABCCMUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaAsheville183
Leadership in PracticeThe primary aim of the practicum was to interview stakeholders to provide a better understanding of_x000D_
diabetes prevention and management efforts in the area and use the information to inform future directions.
Partners Aligned Toward HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaBurnsville187
Leadership in PracticeStudent worked to create a qualitative interview guide and completed a full IRB application to submit to do research to understand the Social Return on Investment of the Medical Legal Partnership at MAHEC.MAHECUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaAsheville191
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with a rural county in Western North Carolina to review, edit and update the county’s emergency operation plan (EOP), used during emergency response. The revisions included an update of the Hazard Identification section of the plan to reflect a more accurate response to emergencies in accordance with the county’s profile. The hazard identification now contains an epidemic/pandemic section. The student also participated in specific outreaches in the county, as they related to response to the COVID-19 pandemic.Yancey County Emergency Operations CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaBurnsville192
Leadership in PracticeI worked with PEACH DURHAM to restart the Steering Committee that had been dormant. PEACH stands for the Partnership Effort for the Advancement of Children's Health. I developed a presentation that I presented to the Steering Committee that examined the history of PEACH, noted the current work that is being done by PEACH. PEACH is a North Carolina state-certified lead abatement and lead Renovation, Repair, and Paint training program. And focused on the big goal of PEACH to make Durham a primary prevention city where children are prevented from getting exposed to lead rather than Durham being a secondary preventation city where children get exposed to lead and then children experience physical or developmental problems because of lead exposure.PEACH DURHAMUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham194
Leadership in PracticeI worked remotely with a HIV research institution in South Africa to draft an academic paper for future publication on the effectiveness of youth support groups for ALHIV.WRHISouth AfricaNAJohannesburg195
Leadership in PracticeI worked with Give-Pulse, an online platform that facilitates community engagement, as their Public Health expert. I was involved with their coronavirus-aimed efforts to help their community partners - institutions and non-profit organizations, create safe opportunities for volunteers and students. We also worked to create a public health task force to provide a forum for institutions to share their ideas, programs, and materials.GivePulseUnited States of AmericaTexasAustin, Texas196
Leadership in PracticeMy practicum involved participation in a month long Integrated Professional Experience course which encompassed pharmacy, medical, public health students and faculty. Components of the practicum involved an IPE team project on systemic houslessness in West Asheville, then an evaluation of the student experience through surveys and a focus group interview, finally a presentation to faculty and writing a manuscript highlighting considerations for future IPE courses. _x000D_
University of North Carolina Health Sciences at Mountain Area Health Education Center in Asheville, North CarolinaUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaAsheville197
Leadership in PracticeThe practicum is focused on building an investment case for improving_x000D_
WASH and essential environmental conditions in healthcare facilities, sponsored by UNICEF._x000D_
There will be two phases, and I will be involved in phase one, which will focus on the exploratory_x000D_
literature reviews and development of cost-benefit model components. Key elements of this_x000D_
phase include the development of search strategy, review of priority literature, short summaries of_x000D_
key findings, and a recommendation for go/no-go on expanded literature reviews to inform a_x000D_
larger model. The focus of the literature reviews will to examine the links between WaSH_x000D_
interventions and healthcare-associated infections (HCAIs). We will address questions such as_x000D_
the impact of WaSH interventions on HCAIs, burden of HCAIs, causal links between_x000D_
disinfection/cleaning interventions and HCAIs, and finding out which disease burden modeling_x000D_
tools will be appropriate for measuring the impacts of WaSH interventions. These reviews will_x000D_
allow for the development of an evidence-based cost-benefit model that will be used in_x000D_
advocacy to fundraise for WaSH in HCF programs.
The Water Institute at UNCUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel hill200
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with a community-based doula organization focused on reducing racial inequity in infant mortality in Buncombe County, to transition to a 501 (c)3 Non-profit.Mountain Area Health Education CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaAsheville201
Leadership in PracticeI wrote a literature review of free clinics in Southern Appalachia and designed a codebook for the web-based database called RedCap. I did this to prepare for a formal medical chart audit at ABCCM’s medical clinic in Asheville, NC.ASHEVILLE BUNCOMBE COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN MINISTRY (ABCCM)United States of AmericaNorth CarolinaAsheville203
Leadership in PracticeI worked with GoNAPSac to develop an online training course to be used in the national database on Screen Time use in early childhood centers. I also conducted an in debt search and evaluation for resources to be included in the Tips and Material Library.GoNapSaccUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill204
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked at the Alamance County Health Department in Burlington, NC. The student worked with key stakeholders to evaluate the county's readiness for a universal postpartum home visiting program (Family Connects International). Practicum projects included the creation of a business plan and a presentation to local stakeholders.Alamance County Health DepartmentUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaBurlington205
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked at a social service non-profit to collect data for an organization- level evaluation of the Great Plates Delivered program, a Covid-19 initiative intended to encourage seniors to self quarantine to limit their exposure to the Covid-19 virus.HELP of OjaiUnited States of AmericaCaliforniaOjai206
Leadership in PracticeNANAUnited StatesNANA207
Leadership in PracticeThe student interned at a healthcare software and communications start-up company to develop strategies for improving coordinated care systems regarding equitable care.Unite UsUnited States of AmericaNew YorkNew York City210
Leadership in PracticeThe Student regularly saw a patient called ‘Q’ in an outpatient research clinic setting. He would speak openly about his depression related to his disability caused by chronic heart failure. The student asked clinicians about depression related to chronic cardiovascular disease. Their personal accounts and the existing literature all seemed to suggest that comorbid depression was common, but the UNC cardiovascular clinic did not routinely refer patients for psychological consults. To aid in filling this gap, the student designed a study titled "A Mixed Methods Exploration of the Social and Emotional Impact of Living with Heart Failure in an Outpatient Population". The study involved quality of life questionnaires paired with semi-structured interviews. This data helped quantify the problem of depression in the clinic population and will provide context and propose solutions to clinicians.UNC School of Medicine Division of CardiologyUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill211
Leadership in PracticeI worked at Stanford Health Care located in Palo Alto, California (remotely) to compare the Caregiving for Caregivers program to best practices through key informant interviews and evidence-based literature reviews. I also developed recommendations based on the information gathered and through focus groups with SHC employees, with the findings presented in a white paper and through a presentation to relevant stakeholders.Stanford Health CareUnited States of AmericaCaliforniaPalo Alto212
Leadership in PracticeThe student participated in a virtual internship with NGO Conservative Music/Earth Song to assist in the organization's COVID-19 response in Malealea, Lesotho (Southern Africa). The student created infographics that were distributed by Community Health Workers across the village, designed community assessment surveys, and published a measurement and evaluation implementation plan.Conservation MusicLesotho,United States of AmericaVirginiaRichmond213
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked on the Telehealth Assessment Team to analyze qualitative data and develop the MTP Literature Scan Report and the Community Assessment Online Stories from the Field Report.The Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute (CGBI)United States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill215
Leadership in PracticeThe student working with UNC Psychiatry Department's NC Maternal Mental Health MATTERS program to support the creation of patient-facing materials, a provider resource guide for Cumberland County, NC and an AHEC course module on the topic of maternal mental health and it's connection to attachment.NC Maternal Mental Health MATTERSUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill217
Leadership in PracticeThe student worked with Natural Medicine database (part of TRC Healthcare) to update and develop materials related to evidence-based summaries of natural therapies for lay and professional use. The student also worked on projects related to TRC Healthcare contracts with NIH.Natural Medicines, TRC HealthcareUnited States of AmericaCaliforniaStockton218
Leadership in PracticeMy practicum was remote and divided into two parts. One was utilizing social media platforms to inform the public of public health issues and to try to influence policy. The second part involved writing a white paper describing the varying issues surrounding virtual learning during the pandemic.EconometricaUnited States of AmericaMarylandBethseda219
Leadership in PracticeStudies were looked at to find the most effective way to teach health care professionals, so that a continuing medical education could be made in that matter to teach the health care professionals.MAHEC Dental Health CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaAsheville220
Leadership in PracticeWorked remotely with the US Alcohol Policy Alliance on advocacy, networking, and policy associated with alcohol misuse and alcohol excise taxes. Changes to alcohol policy and distribution during the COVID-19 pandemic was a prominent theme.US Alcohol Policy AllianceUnited States of AmericaNot applicable (outside U.S. or Puerto Rico)n/a (it is a volunteer organization distributed virtually nationally)221
Leadership in PracticeThe student partnered with GoNAPSACC to create training modules for childcare providers to promote children's health in childcare settings.GoNAPSACCUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaVirtual platform used throughout the US224
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student collaborated with HC One staff to compile program and practice evaluation reports based off of quantitative and qualitative data provided by community leaders to further the work towards birth equity.HealthConnect OneUnited States of AmericaIllinoisChicago31
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student conducted a remote practicum with the UNC Center for Maternal and Infant Health and collaborated on the 4th Trimester and Postnatal Patient Safety Learning Lab projects.UNC Center for Maternal and Infant HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill35
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked remotely for the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault to create a comprehensive matrix of available human trafficking prevention curricula for North Carolina school districts.North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual AssaultUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaRaleigh39
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked remotely with the Alabama Department of Public Health, specifically their Well Woman Program through the Title V Internship Program. The student worked on creating a newsletter template for their program, as well as a data collection tool that the program manager can use to quantify the impact of the program.Alabama Department of Public HealthUnited States of AmericaAlabamaMontgomery48
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student produced an evidence-based list of maternal and child health indicators and designed a project census and baseline questionnaire for a pilot Maternal, Neonatal, and Child Health project in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.Curamericas GlobalUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaRaleigh70
Maternal, Child and Family HealthWorked for an organization to improve the screening, assessment, and treatment of mood disorders and substance abuse among pregnant and postpartum women in North Carolina. Conducted focus groups and semi-structured interviews with health care providers in the state, as well as with women who have experienced perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Wrote a curriculum on integrated care models for health workers to be published on the Area Health Education Center website.NC Maternal Mental Health MATTERSUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill83
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked remotely with a research team in Kisumu, Kenya creating training materials to train local, peer facilitators to lead the Community Score Card (CSC) process between patients and family planning providers. The goal of this CSC process was to improve relationships and increase provider accountability in order to improve access to family planning services.UNC Gillings School of Public Health, Innovations for Poverty Action, Kisumu County Department of Health and SanitationKenyaNAKisumu, Kenya98
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked remotely with the UNC Gillings Zambia Hub on the project "Engaging male partners and families in HIV-focused postnatal care. This qualitative research study employed the use of Trial of Improved Practices (TIPS) where the student developed counseling materials and training guides aimed at engaging male partners and other family members to support HIV-positive mothers in Zambia to practice recommended infant feeding, care, and stimulation as well as women's continued ART adherence. Student also participated in secondary qualitative data analysis of interviews with HIV-positive women and their male partners in Zambia and Malawi.UNC GILLINGS ZAMBIA HUBZambiaNALusaka105
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student recruited adolescent participants over the phone to complete an online survey on sexually transmitted infection testing. I also helped to developed an analysis plan for the data, run preliminary analysis, and report initial finidngs.UNC PediatricsUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill107
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked with Senior PharmAssist to lead community participatory research to engage with the Durham community on a public health need. Senior PharmAssist a non-profit organization in Durham, NC that aims to provide pharmacist-driven clinical care and financial assistance to improve access to medications.Senior PharmAssistUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham111
Maternal, Child and Family HealthDeveloped and delivered mental, emotional, and social health and wellbeing workshops to high school students in Washington Heights and Harlem, NY. Developed, distributed, and analyzed a student health survey to understand youth needs and how best to adapt programming.The Double Discovery CenterUnited States of AmericaNew YorkNew York City116
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked at NARAL Pro-Choice NC doing education, research and advocacy work to expand access to reproductive health care for all North Carolinians.NARAL Pro-Choice North CarolinaUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham126
Maternal, Child and Family HealthWorked remotely from Kenya to collect both qualitative and quantitative data to assess two clinics' preparedness to respond to and manage COVID-19 in Kenya.Carolina For KiberaKenyaNANairobi140
Maternal, Child and Family HealthI worked with a Clinical Scholars team based in Houston. The practicum was remote and the project focused on unaccompanied minors in the Houston/Texas area.Clinical ScholarsUnited States of AmericaTexasHouston142
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked remotely with National Primary Health Care Development Agency in Nigeria; supporting a world bank funded project- Accelerating Nutrition Results in Nigeria (ANRiN). The Project objective is to increase utilization of quality, cost-effective nutrition services for pregnant and lactating women, adolescent girls and children under five years in eleven states in Nigeria.National Primary Health Care Development AgencyNigeriaNAAbuja150
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked on the design and implementation of an online pilot study on the mental health effects of a self-compassion program for trans and gender expansive teens, with the goal of sustainable improvement in teens' resilience and self-compassion, and decrease in depression and anxiety symptoms.Frank Porter Graham Child Development InstituteUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill152
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked with the UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders to develop regulatory and monitoring documents for an upcoming clinical trial on bulimia nervosa, and created a comprehensive review of the literature on midlife eating disorders to inform grant applications and future work about this under-studied age group.UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders (CEED)United States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill154
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked with the Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center(MHLIC) and Improving Community Outcomes for Maternal and Child Health (ICO4MCH) program evaluation teams. The student worked to develop evaluations and evaluation reports, and used feedback from participatory work groups to inform modifications to existing evaluations and data collection systems.MHLICUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill155
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student evaluated menopause experiences of women during incarceration and access to menopause management during incarceration.UNC OB/GYNUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill156
Maternal, Child and Family HealthStudent worked remotely with Kybele, a US-based non-governmental organization. The practicum entailed a literature review to look at existing studies and methodologies on assessing patient satisfaction in low income setting and a quantitative data analysis on a survey done in Ghana in 4 regional hospitals to assess common factors and how they influence patient satisfaction and quality of care.KybeleUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaLewisville157
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student interned at the Chatham County Public Health Department working as an Equity Intern on the Equity for Moms and Babies Realized Across Chatham (EMBRACe) project, a collaborative effort to ensure successful and equitable birth outcomes for all women and babies in Chatham County.Chatham County Public Health DepartmentUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaPittsboro165
Maternal, Child and Family HealthWorked with the Director of Education and Community Partnerships to complete a community needs assessment for Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Oregon's 8 country region. This assessment focused on sexual and reproductive health issues impacting youth in the community – i.e. STIs, teen pregnancy, and HIV – and explored the unique needs of most at risk populations including youth experiencing homelessness, youth in foster care system, and incarcerated youth.Planned Parenthood of Southwestern OregonUnited States of AmericaOregonEugene179
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked with a community based research project to qualitatively assess the impacts of COVID-19 on the research team and study participants. The student designed the qualitative study assessing impacts through interviews and focus group guides and submitted an IRB proposal for the study.UNC School of NursingUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill189
Maternal, Child and Family HealthThe student worked on informational and training documents to enhance engagement with medical providers as part of the community alignment process for Family Connects International in Durham, NC. Family Connects International is an organization that operates in multiple sites across the country, including in Durham County, and utilizes an evidence-based home visiting model to provide universal postpartum nurse home visits and connect parents of newborns with community services.Family Connects InternationalUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham216
NutritionStudent worked in the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Nutrition Branch specifically under the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) working with the team to reach more qualifying agencies throughout the state of NC to get involved in CACFP. This work included creating a strategic plan for outreach as well as evaluating their training and application process.NC DHHS Nutrition Branch (CACFP)United States of AmericaNorth CarolinaRaleigh33
NutritionThe student worked in North Carolina on program evaluation and implementation at the Duke Healthy Lifestyles Program, Bull City Fit. The program is a family-based education program that promotes a healthy, active lifestyle.Bull City FitUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham59
NutritionThe student worked closely with Dr. Evon, a clinical health psychologist, on modification of the intervention materials to be used in a group-based clinical setting as well as manuscript development describing the intervention being evaluated in pilot feasibility study.Department of Medicine, UNC-CHUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill80
NutritionStudent worked with research team in Global Food Research Project through Carolina Population Center on studying the effects of health and environmental warning labels on red and processed meats. Primarily, student worked on creating online store for the next arm of the store and helped analyze data from previous study.Carolina Population CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill84
NutritionWorked for the North Carolina Department of Health for the Alliance for Health conducting legislative research on state nutrition policies and programs regarding large institutions (prisons, schools, hospitals, senior care facilities).North Carolina Alliance for HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham97
NutritionThe student worked with an outreach project for the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and conducted a needs assessment to inform the creation and maintenance of a community cancer support network. The student also worked on several health communication products related to the project.Outreach4Health, NCCU-Lineberger CollaborationUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill / Durham132
NutritionThe student worked with Go NAPSACC, a program created through UNC's Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Go NAPSACC is an online training tool that childcare providers can use to improve their practices, policies, and environments to support and_x000D_
promote the health of the children that they work with. The work was completed virtually, but frequent zoom meetings were held throughout the duration of the practicum.
Go NAPSACCUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill161
NutritionThe student worked with a local township health department in New Jersey to develop and conduct a survey regarding COVID-19 and food insecurity.Hamilton Township Division of HealthUnited States of AmericaNew JerseyHamilton163
NutritionThe student conducted a literature review on childhood overweight and obesity interventions and synthesized into a paper and a presentation providing recommendations for public health intervention and policy recommendations in Virginia.Virginia Foundation for Healthy YouthUnited States of AmericaVirginiaRichmond202
Nutrition with Registered Dietitian (RD) TrainingDietetic Internship in Nutrition Services at UNC Johnston Health in Smithfield, NC.UNC Johnston HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaSmithfield44
Nutrition with Registered Dietitian (RD) TrainingThe student traveled to Morganton, NC to complete a 2-week foodservice rotation and a 10-week clinical nutrition rotation. She worked alongside the acute care dietitian to provide education, nutrition support and perform nutrition assessments at Carolina's Healthcare System.Carolina's Healthcare System - Blue Ridge in MorgantonUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaMorganton45
Nutrition with Registered Dietitian (RD) TrainingThe student traveled to Smithfield, North Carolina to work at the Johnston Memorial hospital as a dietetic intern. She shadowed clinical dietitians, saw patients, provided nutrition education and counseling, and wrote medical record notes.UNC Johnston HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaSmithfield57
Nutrition with Registered Dietitian (RD) TrainingThe student completing 8 weeks of clinical dietetics training at the Durham Veterans Affairs Healthcare System in Durham NCDurham VAHCSUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham, NC185
Population Health for CliniciansNAUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of UrologyUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill1
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC Hospitals, Department of Surgery, Division of Cardiothoracic SurgeryUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill2
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC Department of SurgeryUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill3
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC Pediatrics DepartmentUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill, Raleigh4
Population Health for CliniciansNAMalawi Surgical InitiativeUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill5
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC DermatologyUnited StatesNorth Carolinamultiple6
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer CenterUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill7
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC PediatricsUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill8
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC School of Medicine - Dept of AnesthesiologyUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill9
Population Health for CliniciansNAUniversity of North Carolina Department of MedicineBoliviaNorth CarolinaSanta Cruz10
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC Emergency DepartmentUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill11
Population Health for CliniciansNASHAC Mental HealthUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill, Carrboro12
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC Department of General Pediatrics and Adolescent MedicineUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill13
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC Division of Maternal-Fetal MedicineUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill14
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC School of MedicineUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill16
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC School of Medicine; Aycock Family Medicine CenterUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill17
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC Emergency Medicine DepartmentUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill18
Population Health for CliniciansNADuke Center for Childhood Obesity ResearchUnited StatesNorth CarolinaDurham19
Population Health for CliniciansNAUNC Children's HospitalUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill20
Population Health for CliniciansThe student joined the Duke Family Medicine and Community Health Outreach and Dissemination Team on various projects it was pursuing. One project was outreach on prenatal and perinatal cannabis research, and the other was helping the Durham County Health Department adopt best practices for trauma-informed care in their perinatal clinic.Duke Family Medicine & Community HealthUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham22
Population Health for CliniciansThe student established nonprofit organization to provide quality care to children in developing countries suffering from life-altering skin and related conditions. The practicum required the creation of a website for the organization.Global Vascular Anomalies CenterUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaBoston23
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked to institute a longitudinally integrated social justice curriculum to teach medical students about the social and structural determinants of health and better prepare future physicians to combat health disparities.UNC School of Medicine, Office of Inclusive ExcellenceUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill24
Population Health for CliniciansThe student used standard systematic review methods to conduct a literature search for published assessment tools used to evaluate IPE. Intern presented findings to the Office of Interprofessional Education and Practice and other IPE experts in the form a PRISMA diagram and a ppt presentation.UNC Office of Interprofessional Education and PracticeUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill25
Population Health for CliniciansThe student organized and conducted home visits to assist with socioeconomic and health care access related needs of refugees and other people at high-risk of homelessness in the Chapel Hill and Carrboro area.Refugee Community PartnershipUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill/Carrboro26
Population Health for CliniciansThe student developed patient education materials as part of a quality improvement project in UNC hospitals aimed at standardizing syncope care. This project aimed to improve the utilization of health care resources in an effort toward high-value health care.UNC Health CareUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill32
Population Health for CliniciansStudent performed a literature review and curated a curriculum for medical and other allied health students to learn about health care transition (e.g. from pediatric to adult focused care) for adolescents and young adults with chronic medical conditions.University of North Carolina, Department of PediatricsUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill36
Population Health for CliniciansThe student analyzed, interpreted, and summarized epidemiological literature and raw data during this practicum experience. Specifically, he produced a systematic review exploring the prognostic significance of aortic stenosis (AS) among patients with heart failure (HF). Additionally, he analyzed data from the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Heart Failure Community Surveillance Study to determine the prevalence and prognostic significance of AS among HF patients in the United States. This analysis was synthesized into a poster presentation for dissemination to broader academic audiences.UNC Division of CardiologyUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill38
Population Health for CliniciansThe student worked with members of the UNC surgery department to collect and perform qualitative content analysis of hospital policies related to the care of incarcerated patients.UNC Department of SugeryUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill66
Population Health for CliniciansStudent created a virtual cooking demonstration and weight management education program to be integrated into the UNC Family Medicine Weight Management Department, then evaluated program's feasibility.UNC Family Medicine Weight ManagementUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill160
Population Health for CliniciansThe student designed and initiated a virtual healthy living and cooking class for the UNC Weight Management Program to help people learn how to cook healthy meals to improve their skills in living a healthy lifestyle.Weight Management Program at UNCUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill193
Population Health for CliniciansI reviewed the cases of disseminated gonococcal infection (DGI) diagnosed at UNC in the last 10 years, in order to understand the epidemiology and risk factor for DGI in North Carolina.UNC Division of Infectious DiseasesUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill209
Population Health for CliniciansI worked with the Duke Cancer Institute at Duke University to help develop a survey designed to gather data on North Carolina Firefighters' cancer incidence as well as behaviors related to cancer risk or cancer screening. Then, I produced a presentation for the firefighters that discussed some of the findings after the first 500 respondents completed the survey, as well as reviewing cancer risk factors and screening recommendations for firefighters.DCIUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham228
Public Health Data ScienceNADepartment of Medicine, UNCUnited StatesNorth CarolinaChapel Hill21
Public Health Data ScienceThe student worked with Dr. Donna Gilleskie to translate STATA code into R code.University of North Carolina at Chapel HillUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill77
Public Health Data ScienceThe student worked as a remote research assistant for the SELF team at the UNC Department of Epidemiology to conduct data processing for occupational data of a cohort of about 1700 study participants. My job was to derive occupational status variables from reported job and industry information to provide a measure of socioeconomic status for analysis on health outcomes of the participants in the cohort.UNC Department of EpidemiologyUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill96
Public Health Data ScienceThe student helped clean and analyze the data from HCUP NIS and ABA NBR to explore the racial disparity among the burn patients in the nationwide.UNC School of MedicineUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaCarrboro148
Public Health Data ScienceThe student engaged in the project: Using Machine Learning to Develop a Web-Based Risk Index for Skull Fracture and Intracranial Injury in Children Under Age Two, and played a role in data mining and data analysis process. The student tried to train machine learning models to improve the prediction results, which could be used in clinical practice. _x000D_
The UNC School of NursingUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill159
Public Health Data ScienceUsed the REDCap to generate a questionnaire and collect data from patients with Acute Respiration Illness (ARI) in Uganda and use the result to generate ARI Surveillance protocol with literature review. In addition, student would participated in the preparation of the process of Institutional Review Board approval.UNC School of Medicine- Division of Infectious DiseasesUnited States of AmericaNorth Carolinachapel hill166
Public Health Data ScienceThe student worked remotely with a team in Lusaka, Zambia to conduct analysis on country-wide child stunting and maternal nutrition data.UNC Zambia HubZambiaNALusaka175
Public Health Data ScienceThe student worked with the Institute for Trauma Recovery at UNC and performed statistical analysis on clinical research for the research group. The main project was assessing how experienced racism and other factors affected chronic pain differences between Black and White Americans post-trauma.UNC ITRUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaChapel Hill188
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