As the school looks to the future and to how it can sustain and enhance diversity work in our community, professors Marie O’Neill and Enrique Neblett are providing key leadership in this ongoing, constantly evolving work.
Health Behavior and Health Education
Young transgender adults often relocate to cities like San Francisco where they feel safer and have access to adequate health care, but the migration might place them at risk of homelessness, unemployment and racism, say University of Michigan researchers.
Over years and many miles of travel, master’s student Adriane Kline has honed her ability to integrate intercultural learning, thoughtful communication, team science, and a passion for the health of communities into long-term, sustainable, population health solutions.
From class notes to mentoring opportunities to keeping in touch with old friends and current students, here are the latest updates and stories from the school and from our 17,000+ alumni around the world.
Telehealth involves providing services via remote technologies. Historically, behavioral health providers were relatively slow to adopt telehealth tools because of regulatory barriers. But the COVID-19 pandemic has changed that.
The majority of Americans say they are aware of chaplains and desire their services, yet few report previous experience with them in health care. Geila Rajaee, a doctoral candidate at the U-M School of Public Health, discusses how chaplaincy is perceived in the US, and how that might be changing during the pandemic.