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The Center for Public Policy & Health (CPPH) has been awarded a $129,500 contract from the Ohio Department of Administrative Services to investigate the use, advantages and disadvantages of health benefit consortiums among Ohio public entities, including local governments, school districts and institutions of higher education.  A resource...

The college takes enormous pride in the pioneering work of our faculty and students who are constantly creating, discovering and leading the discourse in their disciplines.  Recent work has involved bullying, community health needs assessment and MRSA, among other topics.  Following are highlights: Madhav P. Bhatta, PhD, assistant professor,...

The college’s Center for Public Policy and Health (CPPH) is making available two information sheets resulting from its recent examination of how merged Ohio county and city health departments determined post-consolidation local shares of program funding.  The study, commissioned by Marion Public Health (MPH), assessed the bases upon which...

Weintraub The faculty members teaching in the MPH degree in Health Policy & Management, leadership and organizational change concentration, bring vast real-world public health experience to their teaching.  They work directly and closely with the students enrolled in the program, who come to Kent State’s Twinsburg orTrumbull campuses one night a...

Portage Milestones are being reached in the college’s projects to assist three health departments in Portage County consider new models of working together.  Ravenna and Kent, along with the Portage County Health Department, are examining cross-jurisdictional sharing arrangements to enable greater protection and promotion of public health.  This...