Public Health Archives

Southwest Rural Health Research Center, College of Nursing, School of Public Health partner effectively to better rural health

November 19, 2020
Federally funded and recognized rural centers and programs address needs of rural, underserved populations across Texas and beyond

Family caregivers are an integral, under-appreciated force

November 18, 2020
Prevalence of adult caregiving has increased by more than 8 million people since 2015

New grant to fund project on Gulf Coast human and ecosystem health

November 11, 2020
Research will result in first-of-its-kind assessment for identifying natural and nature-based infrastructure to reduce risk of flooding, contaminant release and exposure

Using automation to design written procedures for high-risk industries

November 6, 2020
Multidisciplinary Texas A&M team’s research receives Human Factors Prize

School of Public Health graduate Dr. Andrea Boudreaux named CEO of Lamaze International

November 5, 2020
Health care industry veteran to lead the organization’s healthy pregnancy, birth and early parenting initiatives with a focus on growth and diversity

Chronic disease self-management education in the workplace

October 30, 2020
Study examines how a chronic disease self-management program adapted for the workplace impacted employee health behaviors

Iron compound can make your drinking water safer

October 29, 2020
Research group at the School of Public Health has discovered a way to decrease the number of toxic chemicals in drinking water

Gibbs Appointed to National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Committee on Respiratory Protection

October 28, 2020
Committee will provide oversight and regulatory processes for the general public as well as workers without respiratory protection programs

Guiding efforts to improve physical activity resources along the Texas-Mexico border

October 27, 2020
Researchers develop new assessment tool involving community to better evaluate and prioritize physical activity resources in areas where diabetes and obesity are rampant