Study shows that Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy may be underutilized in bladder cancer patients

Neoadjuvant chemotherapy may be underutilized in bladder cancer patients who undergo radical cystectomy. The purpose of this study is to determine utilization treatment patterns and survival outcomes according to regimens administered.

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Two-thirds of African-American men may be at high risk for cardiovascular disease

A new University of Florida study finds that 65 percent of African-American men over age 40 are at high risk of having a heart attack or stroke within the next […]

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HSRMP alumnae inducted into Delta Omega

The UF Chapter of Delta Omega, the national Public Health Honor Society, held its annual luncheon and inductions of new members on May 3 at Sweetwater Branch Inn. Ms. Kendra […]

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MHA student recognized for service to the community

Karen Cohen, a graduating MHA student, received the Presidential Service Award on April 23, 2018. Congrats, Karen!

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Dr. Ashish Deshmukh featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer

Ashish Deshmukh, PhD, MPH, was quoted in a story about HPV and Oral Cancer in the Philadelphia Inquirer. The story has been picked up multiple outlets, including the Chicago Tribune.

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PhD Student Young-Rock Hong publishes in the Journal for Healthcare Quality

The project team consisted of Drs. Rick Kates, R. Paul Duncan, and Nicole Marlow, MPH student, Soon Ju Song, as well as Nayoung Lee from the Alachua County Library System.

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Dr. Arch G. Mainous featured on Healio

Department Chair, Dr. Arch G. Mainous is featured on Healio discussing the 2018 diabetes guidelines.

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HSRMP hosts Annual Gator Healthcare Forum

In a collaboration with the Florida Blue Center on Health Care Quality and the North Florida Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the Department of Health Services Research […]

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Congratulations to our PhD graduates!

Congratulations to Dr. Ara Jo and Dr. Shenae Samuels! Both students graduated on Friday, December 15th from the department’s PhD program in Health Services Research. Ara Jo, MS, PhD, has […]

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