Faculty & Staff

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Amelia Phillips U-6584-2018

Amelia Phillips, MPH, CPH

Director, Wellbeing, College of Nursing

Director of Wellbeing, Student Affairs, Morsani College of Medicine

Adjunct USF Health, COPH Dean's Office


  • MPH, Public Health, Maternal and Child Health, University of South Florida, 2015
  • BS, Public Health, University of South Florida, 2013

Recent Publications

  • Stefan K, Villeneuve M, Konanki V, Rarity C, Mhaskar R, Chen L, & Phillips A. Assessing the efficacy of a meditation intervention on dispositional mindfulness among undergraduate and graduate medical students Journal of Wellness. , 2022.
  • King S, Lebert J, Karpisek L, Phillips A, Neal T, & Kosyluk K. Characterizing user experiences with an SMS text messaging–based mHealth intervention: Mixed methods study. JMIR Formative Research. 6(5) , 2022.
  • Brennan-Wydra E, Chung H, W, Angoff N, ChenFeng J, Phillips A, Schreiber J, Young C, & Wilkins K, . Maladaptive perfectionism, impostor phenomenon, and suicidal ideation among medical students Academic Psychiatry. 45(6) : 708-715, 2021.
  • Newsome A, Gilliard T, Phillips A, & Dedrick R, . Understanding the perceptions of sedentary college students’ engagement in physical activity: Application of the theory of planned behavior. Journal of American College Health. , 2021.
  • Griner S, B, Vamos C, A, Phillips A, C, Puccio J, A, Thompson E, L, & Daley E, M, . Assessing college students’ interest in university-based oral health information and services Journal of American College Health. , 2021.
  • Phillips A, C, & Klocksieben F. Attitude of gratitude: Evaluation of a wellness program to improve dispositional gratitude among medical students. Journal of Wellness. 2(2) , 2020.