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December 2012 Issue

 

Research Digest

 
December 2012

From the Division of Public Health Sciences, Department of Surgery
Graham A. Colditz, MD, DrPH, Chief
 
 
 
Community research training program finds success; fosters community-academic research partnerships
Goodman
| Community-Based Participatory Research |
Melody Goodman, PhD
Published in Progress in Community Health Partnerships
PubMed | Goodman Profile
 
 
Managing uncertainty: Engaging in shared decision making when clinical evidence is low
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| Health Communication Research |
Mary Politi, PhD
Published in Medical Care Research and Review
PubMed | Politi Profile
 
 
Physician knowledge of evidence-based preventative services delivered in Guatemala
BarnoyaJ
| Disease Prevention Research |
Joaquin Barnoya, MD, MPH
Published in PLOS ONE
PubMed | Barnoya Profile
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This newsletter provides a select summary of research news from the Division of Public Health Sciences.

We are a team of researchers and clinicians dedicated to preventing disease, improving health outcomes, and promoting quality and access to health care.

The Division of Public Health Sciences is part of the Department of Surgery.

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Division News Briefs

  • Beginning December 19, the Division of Public Health Sciences offices will be located on the second floor of the Taylor Avenue Building on the medical campus. Our mailing address and phone numbers will remain the same. Please save the date for our open house on Wednesday, Jan. 16, from 4 to 6 p.m.
  • Clinicians and clinical doctorates: Applications for the Master of Population Health Sciences (MPHS) program are due January 4, 2013. Email Program Coordinator Joyce Linn at linnj@wustl.edu for more information.  
  • Kate Wolin, ScD, received a grant from National Institutes of Health (R21CA161106) to study how weight loss and physical activity correlate with bone loss and remodeling among overweight and postmenopausal breast cancer survivors. The study will utilize supplemental data from women enrolled in Dr. Wolin’s ENERGY trial (Exercise and Nutrition to Enhance Recovery and Good health for You) at Washington University School of Medicine.  
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