The Sacred Heart University Master of Public Health program prepares individuals to protect and improve the health of individuals and communities. As such, students will be required to critically examine how biological, behavioral, social, and environmental factors influence health. Students will learn how to address these factors through the creation and evaluation of programs and policies designed to improve the health of individuals and communities. Students’ education will be grounded in a social justice philosophy, which calls for improving the health of the population while ensuring fair treatment of the disadvantaged. Program Director, Anna E. Greer.

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Submissions from 2011

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Physical Activity and Cognitive-Health Content in Top-Circulating Magazines, 2006–2008, Anna E. Greer, Sara J. Corwin, and Daniela B. Friedman

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School Administrators' Perceptions of Factors That Influence Children's Active Travel to School, Anna E. Greer, Delores M. Pluto, Olga Ogoussan, and Jorge A. Banda

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Fitness and Adiposity as Predictors of Functional Limitation in Adults, Andréa L. Maslow, Anna E. Price, Xuemei Sui, Duck-chul Lee, Ikka Vuori, and Steven N. Blair

Submissions from 2010

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Primary Care Providers' Sources And Preferences For Cognitive Health Information In The United States, Jan Warren-Findlow, Anna E. Greer, Angela K. Hochhalter, and James N. Laditka