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Serving Our Community

Why community service? "Serve Others First" is one of the values of the UNT Health Science Center. As a school of public health, we strive to live this value and encourage our students to pursue the university's vision to create solutions for a healthier community. Through community service, our students lend their time and expertise…
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Public Health in the 21st Century – Building Our Future Together

Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2022 Time: 5:30p.m. - 7:00p.m. Location: HSC at Fort Worth 1000 Montgomery St. Medical Education & Training (MET) Bldg. 1st Floor Fort Worth, TX 76107 Parking: Complimentary Parking is available in Lots 19, 7 & 6. HSC Campus Map - Parking Please join us to welcome our new Dean in the…
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Upcoming SPH Grand Rounds addresses adolescent, young adult substance use in Texas: Project PATH updates and preliminary findings

School of Public Health Grand Rounds: Adolescent and Young Adult Substance Use in Texas: Project PATH Updates and Preliminary Findings THURSDAY  11/10/2022 12:00 p.m. (CST) EAD 406 Dr. Melissa A. Lewis will present the next School of Public Health Grand Rounds on Thursday, November 10, at noon, in EAD 406 or online via Zoom. The…
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Dr. Stacey Griner honored with prestigious ASTDA Young Investigator Award

By Sally Crocker Dr. Stacey Griner with the HSC School of Public Health (SPH) has received the prestigious 2022 Young Investigator Award from the American Sexually Transmitted Disease Association (ASTDA). Griner is an Assistant Professor of Health Behavior and Health Systems and Director of the SPH Maternal and Child Health MPH program at The University…
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New smartphone app study demonstrates success in improving alcohol treatment, quality of life for adults experiencing homelessness

By Sally Crocker The road to recovery is a day-by-day climb for most people living with an alcohol use disorder, but for those experiencing homelessness, the challenges are even greater. More than 14.5 million people in the U.S. had an alcohol use disorder in 2019. Only 10% of those individuals, according to the National Institutes…