The USF Health Office of Research has sponsored the Annual USF Health Research Day each year. For two decades, student, faculty and staff researchers representing the Colleges of Medicine, Nursing and Public Health have displayed their work for fellow researchers to review and for faculty judges to critique. College of Public Health students participate and present their research projects each year during USF Health Research Day. This event provides an opportunity for students to showcase their research and earn recognition and awards for their scholarly accomplishments.
On occasion, the College of Public Health also has coordinated college-level research events.
Below are links to past Research Presentation events.
- USF HEALTH RESEARCH DAY FEBRUARY 21, 2014
- USF HEALTH RESEARCH DAY FEBRUARY 22, 2013
- USF HEALTH RESEARCH DAY FEBRUARY 24, 2012
- USF HEALTH RESEARCH DAY FEBRUARY 25, 2011
- RESEARCH ONE WEEK OCTOBER 14-15, 2010
- USF HEALTH RESEARCH DAY FEBRUARY 19, 2010
- USF COPH RESEARCH DAY MARCH 30, 2009
- USF HEALTH RESEARCH DAY FEBRUARY 20, 2009
- USF HEALTH RESEARCH DAY FEBRUARY 23, 2008
- USF HEALTH RESEARCH DAY FEBRUARY 23, 2007
- USF HEALTH RESEARCH DAY FEBRUARY 23, 2006
Student Research Podcasts (SHARP)
This section contains links to podcasts created by COPH students pertaining to their recent experiences at conferences. Each of these students are recipients of the COPH 's Student Honorary Award for Research and Practice "SHARP" , which provides financial assistance for COPH students to travel to a local, state, regional, national, or international professional meeting/conference to present their research or practice.
***All presentations are posted as podcasts on the USF College of Public Health iTunesU.
2014- 2015 Academic Year
Arturo Rebollon Guardado
Dengue in Panama: Can We Prevent Epidemics?”
Kelly Hogan & Ian Dollman
Developing a Pictorial Scale to Examine Healthcare – Seeking Behavior Among Tampa Bay Burmese Refugees
The Impact of ART on live birth outcomes: Differing experiences in 3 states
The Impact of Participation in Meals on Wheels on Nutritional Risk, Dietary Intake, Food Security, Loneliness and Well-being
***Click Here to view archived student presentations
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