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Congratulations to Carly Camplain, a doctoral student in interdisciplinary health in the Department of Health Sciences, who was recently appointed as a student representative to the board of directors for the Arizona Public Health Association (AZPHA) Camplain is also a program coordinator for the Center for Health Equity Research (CHER), and her doctoral work has an emphasis in health equity. She also… Read more
Our congratulations to Travis Pinn who was awarded a Presidential Fellowship for the 2019-20 year by the Northern Arizona University Graduate College. Pinn is doctoral student for the Center for Health Equity Research (CHER) with advisor Dr. Ricky Camplain.
“I am interested in aligning my research goals with CHER and others in the community, who work with incarcerated women,” Pinn said.
The Fellowship award includes a supplemental stipend of $8,000,… Read more
What is health equity, anyway? Researchers from Northern Arizona University’s Center for Health Equity Research (CHER) are helping listeners to find out through a new podcast series “Fairness First.”
The podcast is part of the Community Engagement Core (CEC) of the Southwest Health Equity Research Collaborative (SHERC), which is a grant initiative under CHER. One of the objectives of SHERC is… Read more
Two researchers from the NAU’s Center for Health Equity Research (CHER) recently completed an independent study of the Yavapai County Detention Center Reach Out program to evaluate characteristics of inmates after the first year of a three-year program.
Dr. George… Read more
About 170 local and national judges, attorneys, social workers, probation officers, health care providers, community members, and researchers, as well as state, county, and city and officials, gathered at the High Country Conference Center at Northern Arizona University on Sept. 26 for a workshop entitled “The Consequences of Juvenile Justice System Involvement on the Health and Well-Being of Adolescents, Families and Communities of… Read more