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The College of Health Solutions aims to discover approaches to maintaining and improving the health of entire populations and reducing inequalities in health between groups of people. We use a multidisciplinary approach blending the disciplines of public health/health promotion, biomedical informatics, health economics, nutrition, exercise science, and health care delivery to achieve new discoveries. We also employ a multi-level strategy with studies focused on individuals, social networks, communities, institutions, policies, systems, and environments to better understand the determinants of health.
A few examples of our work include:
Health behavior change is the overall theme of my work. I am a behavioral scientist with a background in psychology and public health. My background leads me to interests that include behavioral epidemiology and interventions
Aguila is an Exercise and Wellness instructor with an interest in health coaching, worksite wellness, and the Hispanic community.
Barbara E. Ainsworth is a Regents’ Professor with expertise in physical activity assessment. She is the lead author for the Adult Compendium of PA (https://sites.google.com/site/compendiumofphysicalactivities/home).
Meg Bruening's research interests include public health nutrition promotion and obesity prevention targeted to underserved, vulnerable youth and families.
Sue Dahl-Popolizio, DBH, OTR/L, CHT. 20+ years of OT experience. Research/publication foci: OT in population health management, and on the integrated interprofessional primary care team.