- HAP faculty members Sanja Avramovic and John Cantiello honored with teaching awards by Stearns CenterApril 17, 2023
The College of Public Health congratulates Sanja Avramovic for receiving a Teaching Excellence Award from the Stearns Center for Teaching and Learning and John Cantiello for being recognized as an Online Teacher of Distinction by the Stearns Center.
- Fri, 03/19/2021 - 09:38
A new George Mason University College of Health and Human Services study is one of first individual-level studies to track movements and symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Janusz Wojtusiak led the study—one of the first individual-level studies to track movements and symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Mon, 02/22/2021 - 16:55
How can we better understand how people move during the pandemic and how they spread COVID-19? Janusz Wojtusiak, associate professor of health informatics and director of the Machine Learning Inference Lab is leading one of the first individual-level studies on social distancing.
- Wed, 01/27/2021 - 08:46
In the first national study to assess use of e-cigarettes among adults with disabilities, George Mason University’s College of Health and Human Services researchers found that e-cigarette use was more than twice as likely among adults with a cognitive disability (12.0%), an independent living disability (11.0%), or two or more disabilities (9.2%), compared to adults without disabilities (4.8%)
- Tue, 01/19/2021 - 13:45
New George Mason University Study finds that health care professionals with a greater personal ability to respond to change experienced lower rates of burnout when their work environments offered strong communication, teamwork, and leadership support. This is one of the first studies to explore the effect of individual and organizational capacity for change on burnout among health care professionals.
- Wed, 10/21/2020 - 10:43
Wrong-site surgery, medication errors, and fires in operating rooms can be devastating for patients, providers, hospitals, and insurance companies alike. Determining the true causes of these events can help hospitals improve their processes, leading to large impacts on costs and outcomes of care.
- Mon, 09/28/2020 - 14:05
Despite widespread clinical screening, suicide is hard to predict, but a new George Mason University College of Health and Human Services study has found a way.
- New Screening Tool Can Tell the Difference Between COVID-19 and the Flu, and It’s Evidence-Based and FreeThu, 07/02/2020 - 16:51
George Mason University Professor Farrokh Alemi develops screening tool for COVID-19 during and outside of flu season
- Thu, 06/25/2020 - 09:41
George Mason University study finds cancer survivors estimate a higher than actual intake of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, providing opportunities for interventions to improve cancer survival rates.
- Wed, 05/20/2020 - 14:53