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Community and Behavioral Health - Colorado School of Public Health

Community and Behavioral Health - Colorado School of Public Health
 

Liz Gilbert, Ed.D 

Associate Professor, UNC Director


Research Interests:
  • Native American Health
  • Multi-generational Trauma and its Connection to Health and Poverty Status of Native Americans
  • Impact of Community Engagement on Student Learning
  • Courses Taught:
  • Program Planning
  • Current Research Projects:
  • Provost Fund for Faculty Scholarship & Professional Development. A Needs Assessment to Develop Community Partnerships and Eliminate Health Disparities. Co-PI’s; Ashley Walker and Jill Bezyak.
  • Colorado Clinical & Translational Sciences Institute: Improving Translational research through Community – Academic Partnerships. Health Disparities and Development of Effective Community Based Intervention Strategies on the Navajo Reservation: A Quantitative and Qualitative Community Based Participatory Research Study to Expand Intercultural Understanding. Co-PI; Teresa Sharp. 
  • Education:
  • Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, EdD, Educational Leadership, Higher Education Administration, 1997
  • Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Master of Education, Health Promotion and Education, 1994
  • Texas A&M University, BS, Health and Physical Education
  • University of Colorado Denver

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