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Community Health Department Faculty Attend APHA in Washington DC

Dr. Ellen Kaye Gehrke and Dr. Suzanne Evans recently presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting held in Washington D.C. They were part of more than 1,000 scientific sessions sharing the latest in public health research and practice with the more than 13,000 public health professionals. Drs. Gehrke and Evans shared a session on Alternative and Complementary Health. Dr. Evans also presented a session on Health Literacy and a poster research session on the Availability of Health Literature in Elementary Schools. Dr. Alba Diaz presented on the Effectiveness of CHWs Working Locally and Internationally with Migrants: Their key role in identifying and treating Ulysses Syndrome.

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