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FSPH Student Town Hall

May 7, 2019

Current graduate students, faculty, and staff are invited to meet the faculty leading the effort on the integrated core curriculum. Faculty will share goals of the course, progress to date, and discuss the new teaching strategy that will be used by instructors. Students are welcome to ask questions about the course to better understand how it will shape an improved learning experience.

Built Environment and Public Health Council: Disrupting Displacement - Bridging Housing and Health

May 14, 2019

Join UCLA’s Built Environment and Public Health Council for a multidisciplinary panel expanding the dialogue on community displacement in Los Angeles. Our panelists include Tamika Butler from Toole Design Group, Reanne Estrada from Public Matters, Azusena Favela from LURN Network, Dianne Prado from Heart LA, and Jasneet Bains from Prevention Institute.

Faculty Candidate Presentation Lara Cushing - “Social Inequality and the Environment: Making the Connections to Advance Health Equity”

April 30, 2019

The Fielding community is invited to attend a job seminar featuring Lara Cushing, PhD. She is a candidate for the Jonathan and Karin Fielding Presidential Chair in Health Equity position. Dr. Cushing will be speaking on “Social Inequality and the Environment: Making the Connections to Advance Health Equity”.

Response + Action: Transgender Policy Panel - Ensuring the Right to Health, sponsored by FSPH Career Services

May 7, 2019

Join panelists from the law, medical, and public health fields for a cross-discipline discussion on ensuring the rights and health of the transgender population.

Refreshments will be provided.

Public Health Student Association & UCLA LGBT Campus Resource Center Present: Trans101 Workshop, sponsored by FSPH Career Services

April 24, 2019

Join the UCLA LGBT Campus Resource Center and Pubic Health Student Association for a Trans 101 Workshop open to all students, staff, and faculty across campus. Topics will include understanding trans identities, gender pronouns, and how to support ensuring the rights and health of the transgender population.

Dinner will be provided.

FSPH Community Meet & Greet, sponsored by the FSPH Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee

April 24, 2019

On Wednesday, April 24th from 12pm-1pm, join your colleagues and peers for this quarter's FSPH Community Meet-and-Greet. The event will be held in the Health Equity Hub, CHS Room 17-242A. Lunch will be provided, along with the opportunity to meet more FSPH members inside and outside of your department. 

All students, staff, and faculty are warmly welcomed!

As a special feature, our Public Health Nutrition Club (PHNC) will be demonstrating how to prepare a healthy dessert on a budget chocolate chia seed pudding bar!

Faculty Candidate Presentation: Goleen Samari - “Discounted and Not Counted: MENA and Muslim Population Health and Well-being.”

April 18, 2019

The Fielding community is invited to attend a job seminar featuring Goleen Samari, PhD. She is a candidate for the Jonathan and Karin Fielding Presidential Chair in Health Equity position. Dr. Samari will be speaking on “Discounted and Not Counted: MENA and Muslim Population Health and Well-being.”

JCCC and CPCR Monthly Research Seminar: Mixed Methods Research to Study Implementation of “Screen and Treat” for Cervical Cancer in Malawi

May 6, 2019

The Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center and FSPH's Center for Cancer Prevention & Control Research invite Corrina Moucheraud, ScD, MPH, assistant professor in FSPH's Department of Health Policy & Management to give a seminar on "Mixed Methods Research to Study Implementation of 'Screen and Treat' for Cervical Cancer in Malawi."

Department of Epidemiology Seminar Series - Dr. Joan Casey "Coal and oil power plant retirements and perinatal health: a natural experiment in California”

April 17, 2019

Abstract: Coal-fired power plant use has declined, but still accounted for 30% of U.S. electricity in 2016. I will discuss a natural experiment where eight California coal or oil plants retired between 2001–2011 and the use of a quasi-experimental design to evaluate the impact on birth outcomes nearby. In a difference-in-differences analysis, using time and distance to the power plants, we estimated the association between coal-fired power plant exposure and preterm birth.

Bixby Lecture with Dr. Adriana Baban, PhD: “Understanding HPV vaccine hesitancy from a cultural and social perspective - Romania case study”

April 16, 2019

The Bixby Center is pleased to host the Dr. Adriana Baban, PhD, Professor of Health Psychology & Behavioral Medicine at Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Dr. Baban’s research focuses on addressing women’s reproductive health, vaccine hesitancy, adverse experiences and how abuse and trauma is related to risk factors for health.

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