Millions of households in the United States and other developed countries, particularly those in rural areas, rely on wood-burning stoves for heat.1,2,3 Wood smoke contains particulate matter (PM), which potentially can exacerbate respiratory symptoms in children with asthma.3,4 A new study in...
Laws with “boring names and little fanfare” are sneaking through Congress.
“They are described by promoters as an attempt to lift ‘unnecessary regulatory burdens,’ but in effect they constitute a license to pollute,” Jan Hoem of Missoula said Monday. Hoem is past president and current longtime...
Where is your hometown?
What is your education background?
Pacific Lutheran University
B.S. Physical Education (Health and Fitness Management emphasis)
B.A. Scandinavian Studies
The University of Montana
M.S. Health and Human Performance (Community Health emphasis)
Sara McClure Cox
What’s your education background?
I graduated from Salish Kootenai College in 1998 with Associate Degree in Nursing. In 2012, I completed my Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Western Governors University online. I’m currently taking classes for the graduate certificate in Public...
Pending approval by the Montana University Board of Regents in mid-September, the School of Public and Community Health Sciences at UM announces a new, on-campus doctoral program in Public Health!
The first cohort of students will enroll for the Spring 2017 semester. Read more…
The Gallatin City-County Health Department has a practicum opportunity for MPH students. The project involves “Rural Breastfeeding as a Primary Prevention Strategy”.
The practicum starting date is flexible.
Contact the Program Coordinator for the practicum contact information.
We are down to the last few days for recruiting for the URLEND program.Looking for health care graduate students/professionals interested in learning about working with children with disabilities! These positions are paid and are a wonderful opportunity!