Congratulations Dr. Renée Umstattd Meyer on being accepted as a Fellow in the American Academy of Health Behavior!
Dr. Renée Umstattd Meyer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health at Baylor University in Waco, TX, where she also serves as the Graduate Program Director. She is recognized nationally and internationally for her work with diverse underserved and rural communities. The aim of her research is to better understand and promote physical activity and reduce sedentary behavior for all people across the lifespan, specifically acknowledging the importance of and interrelationships among behavioral, environmental, cultural, and policy factors.
Second Lt. Jamie Douglas, BBA '17, wanted to surprise her husband -- and did she ever.
Second Lt. Jordan Pruitt, BSED '17, had no idea his wife was back from an eight-month stint in Iraq when she showed up in his Army-#Baylor DPT classroom at Fort Sam Houston.
CBS News has more on this emotional reunion between two #Baylor grads: https://cbsn.ws/2Mhzz6I
Congratulations Emily R. Smith, PhD, MSPH on your research being published by the influential Journal of the American Medical Association Open! Dr. Smith's research group studied Prevalence of Pediatric Surgical Conditions Across Somaliland.
Using national sampling, this study found that children have a high burden of surgical conditions in Somaliland. These data highlight the need for a scale-up of pediatric surgical infrastructure and resources to provide the needed surgical care for children in LMICs.
“What an awesome way to start the day! I bumped into a group of #ArmyBaylorBears this morning. Sic ’em Bears! @ArmyMedicine @USArmy @ArmyChiefStaff @Baylor @armybaylor @ChiefMSC @ACHEConnect #FutureExecutiveHealthcareLeaders”
Veterans with combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder were less anxious and depressed and had an improved quality of life after an eight-week therapeutic horseback riding program, according to a Baylor University study.
Check out the great research Beth A. Lanning, Ph.D., associate chair and associate professor of public health in Baylor’s Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences is doing on PTSD.
WACO, Texas (Oct. 24, 2018) — Veterans with combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder were less anxious and depressed and had an improved quality of life after an eight-week therapeutic horseback riding program, according to a Baylor University study.