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Community and Behavioral Health - Colorado School of Public Health


Jan L. Gascoigne, PhD, CHES 

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, Assistant Clinical Professor

Research Interests:
  • Service Learning
  • Building Campus-Community Partnerships-Community Engagement
  • Curriculum Infusion of Practice-Based Experiences 
  • Teaching Interests:
  • Practice Based - Experiential Learning
  • Practicum/Capstone
  • Connect Community Needs with Academic Course Work
  • Current Research:
  • NIH: "A Randomized Trial on a Web-based Quit Smoking Program" (6/05-5/10, Co-Investigator): Investigators will aim to produce an Internet Smoking Cessation program and evaluate it for effectiveness against a minimal treatment control group with smokers ages 18-30 years.
  • Education:
  • Kent State University, BS, Physical Education, 1987
  • Kent State University, MA, Health Education, 1992
  • Kent State University, PhD, Curriculum & Instruction, 1995
  • National Commission for Health Education, CHES, 1995
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