The Department of Community and Behavioral Health in the Colorado School of Public Health brings together faculty members from the fields of sociology, psychology, anthropology and epidemiology. The Department focuses on using scientific evidence and community collaboration to assess community needs and develop programs and policies that promote health, prevent disease, and enhance quality of life.
The Department offers a Master of Public Health in Community and Behavioral Health at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, a Master of Public Health in Community Health Education at the University of Northern Colorado and a Master of Public Health Generalist with community health related focus areas in Global Health & Disparities, Health Exercise & Science, Health Communition or Public Health Nutrition at Colorado State University. The Department has an affiliated PhD program in Health and Behavioral Sciences with the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Colorado Denver.
Meet the Chair:
Dr. Sheana Bull - As a Professor of Community and Behavioral Health, Dr. Bull has focused on the development and testing of behavioral interventions for health promotion using technology. She is involved in maternal, child and adolescent health projects utilizing mobile phones and text messaging, social networking sites and the Internet. She has also been involved with prevention of chronic illness and promotion of self-management behaviors such as nutrition and physical activity using computer kiosks with Denver area Latinos.
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