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Sport has consistently been a feature of cultural studies research, from Richard Hoggart, through John Clarke, Chas Critcher, and Paul Willis, with Stuart Hall even writing the foreword to John Hargreaves’ . Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 37 (1), 21-40. Elizabeth Aparicio is a community-engaged scholar dedicated to improving health equity via three interrelated areas: teenage pregnancy prevention and teen parenting intervention, intergenerational child maltreatment prevention, and early childhood intervention. follow-up to 12 months of a newly developed teen pregnancy prevention and sexual health program for homeless and at-risk youth (community partner: Waikiki Health); 2. of Health Services serving 3 counties in California, and a field entomologist in the Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito Abatement District. (Cand.), University of California, Davis, International Agricultural Development 1975. Sc., Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine/University of Liverpool, Applied Parasitology 1974. S., University of California, Davis, Entomology MIEH605 Fundamentals of Global Health (co-instructor) MIEH606 Global Classroom: Addressing Current, Pressing Global and Environmental Public Health Challenges (co-instructor) MIEH/EPIB330 Field Epidemiology for Global Health Intervention (co-instructor) EPIB632 The Coming Plague: Public Health Perspectives [forthcoming Fall 2018] Member, Royal Society of Biology (UK), 2017 to date (by appointment) Member, Technical Advisory Group on Public Health Entomology, 2016-2019, Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (by appointment) Member, Technical Advisory Group on Health in the Americas, 2016-2017, Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (by appointment) Merit Promotion Award, Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization, 2012 Member, Outstanding Team Award, 2010, Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization. in Psychology from Universidade Catolica de Pernambuco, in Brazil; she earned an M. in Psychology, a Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy, from Kansas State University. Black women's ambivalence about marriage: A voice-centered relational approach.
Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences, 101(3), 51-56. Despite its empirical breadth, cultural studies has consistently recognized the importance of various aspects of physical culture (particularly sport) to the contested experience of everyday life. Training the Body for Healthism: Reifying Vitality In and Through the Clinical Gaze of the Neoliberal Fitness Club. “She was there through the whole process:” Exploring how homeless youth access and select birth control., 277-284. He was a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) of the California Dept.
To report or not report: Examination of the initial primary care management of suspicious childhood injuries. Her role is to conduct community-based participatory research and develop a health literacy campaign for Capitol Heights, MD. As a graduate student in Plant Science at the University of Maryland, she studied the influence of farming practices and environmental conditions on the lives of microbes, including foodborne pathogens, in the complex agricultural environment. As part of the CONSERVE team based in the UMD School of Public Health, she is primarily working to characterize the microbiomes of nontraditional irrigation water sources including surface water and reclaimed wastewater. (*co-authored with students) King, B., Eastman, A., Grinnell-Davis, C., & Aparicio, E. She served the community in Montgomery County, Maryland and Washington D. for many years as an early childhood specialist in direct clinical practice and as an early childhood mental health consultant for preschools, childcare centers, home-based childcare programs, and Early Head Start/Head Start. Aparicio is a graduate of Catholic University of America (B. She is a faculty affiliate and co-Investigator of the UMD PRC and a faculty affiliate of the UMD Center for Health Equity and UMD Center on Young Adult Health and Development. Early childbirth among foster youth: A latent class analysis to determine subgroups at greater risk.