School of Health Professions theses and dissertations (MU)
The Department of Health Sciences (DHS) is part of the School of Health Professions (SHP), which serves the citizens of Missouri through its outstanding research, community service clinics, and the education of students in the areas of health literacy and health promotion. Faculty in DHS teach courses for the Bachelor of Health Sciences program and are actively involved in a wide range of interdisciplinary research. Our faculty provide expertise in several domains including Public health, Psychology, Sociology, Medical Anthropology, Education, and Social Work. Faculty research covers a wide range of topics including health promotion, health communication, decision support, health disparities for disadvantaged groups, access to healthcare, and suicide prevention. Our research also spans a number of substantive areas including Autism Spectrum Disorders, breast cancer, HIV/AIDS, aging, and adolescent health.
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The long-term effects of a short-term study abroad experience on baccalaureate-prepared nursing students (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2017)Cultural competency is a crucial component of baccalaureate nursing education to support patient-centered practice (Calvillo, Clark, Ballantyne, Pacquiao, Purnell, and Villarruel 2009). Studying abroad is associated with ...
Impact of maternal education and health awareness on child health in Kandahar province, Afghanistan (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)Improving child health and decreasing child mortality still remains a challenge to the government of Afghanistan. According to UNICEF, Afghanistan ranked 16th among the countries with high child mortality (2015). Kandahar ...
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Assessing the relationship between adoption of the patient-centered medical home model and clinical quality in Missouri's federally qualified health centers (University of Missouri--Columbia[University of Missouri--Columbia], 2014)[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT AUTHOR'S REQUEST.] The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) model has become the standard model for primary care clinics, particularly federally qualified health centers ...
Developmental and tissue transcriptional profiles of peptidoglycan recognition proteins in the mosquito Aedes aegypti (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2012)Peptidoglycan recognition proteins (PGRPs) are immunity-related proteins that recognize peptidoglycan associated with pathogens like bacteria and can result in intercellular signaling leading to melanization, phagocytosis, ...