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This past weekend, Dr. Felipe Castro shared his expertise and answered questions regarding the nation's current opioid epidemic on the AARP Arizona Hispanic Connection.

Amanda Campos, MD, a Pediatric Endocrinology Fellow at Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH) and an adjunct faculty member in the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, was awarded a grant

Dr. Kelly Cue Davis, an Associate Professor in the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (CHPDP), presented Alcohol and Sexual Assault: How and Why Are They Related? Dr.

Frontiers Article Alert featured "Hair as a Barrier to Physical Activity among African American Women: A Qualitative Exploration" as a Frontiers in Public Health Section "Radiation and Health." Rea

Rhiannon Worker has received her second STEP-UP award to continue her work with Dr. Erica Soltero.

Judith Karshmer, former dean of the School of Nursing and Health Professions at the University of San Francisco, will take the helm as dean of the College of Nursing and Health Innovation beg

 Congratulations to Ana Renteria Mexia for receiving her PhD in Exercise and Nutritional Sciences through ASU's College of Health Solutions! Dr.

Dr. Linda Larkey's breast cancer survivor project titled "Recovery & Rejuvenation" was featured on Univision Arizona.

Congratulations to Dr. Kelly Cue Davis for her recent seed grant from Arizona State University’s Institute for Social Science Research. 

The CHPDP held their first Visiting Scholar Seminar in October, hosting Dr. Paul Estabrooks from the University of Nebraska.

Congratulations to CHPDP Director, Dr. Gabe Shaibi, and CHPDP members, Dr. Erica Soltero and Allison Williams on their work with the new Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center NIMHD award!

Congratulations to Elizabeth Lorenzo for her NIH/NINR award!

The National Hispanic Science Network (NHSN) held their 17th Annual International Conference in Phoenix October 4-6.

Congratulations to Dwayne Martin-Gomez!

Dr. Rebecca E. Lee, Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Faculty, and Elizabeth Lorenzo, PhD student and mentee of Dr.

Dr Colleen Keller, an ASU Regents’ Professor in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation, has been selected to receive The Ohio State University (OSU) College of Nursing Alumni Society’s

Dr Kelly Cue Davis, an Associate Professor in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation and member of the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, was quoted in an article in the Sept

ASU’s Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention faculty, Dr.

Please help us welcome Dr. Rodney Joseph and Dr.

Cronkite student Lilia Calvillo created promotion video for our “Healthy Women of Maryvale / Mujeres Saludables de Maryvale” event on August 19 at the Maryvale YMCA. 

NIMHD grantee, The Health Policy Research Consortium (HPRC), launches Conversations on Health Equity, a public policy video series that explores major policy issues in the public

Come join over 300 professionals to understand current health equity research, outreach, and policies taking place in Arizona, and connect with partners who are working in the field of health equit

Early detection and prevention of disease can improve health outcomes and decrease healthcare costs. Dr.

During the month of April, ASU’s Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention hosted visiting scholar Christine Lehane, a doctoral student at the University of Copenhagen.

Dr. Shelby Langer, an associate professor and member of the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, was recently inducted as a Fellow of the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM).

The St Vincent de Paul Family Wellness Program was honored at the Phoenix Children's Hospital (PCH) 5th Annual Childhood Obesity Symposium for their work in developi

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The CHPDP Youth Advisory board has been hard at work with the faculty, staff, and students of the center in addition to attending outreach programs and events to promote the

Age and cultural factors are critical components for effectively managing type 2 diabetes among health disparity populations. Dr.

Congratulations to Mountain Park Health Center for HIMSS Award!

Childhood obesity is a rapidly changing field with a multitude of contributing factors and consequences.

Members of the ASU Center for Health promotion and Disease Prevention Youth Advisory Board (CHPDP YAB) participated in a holiday community outreach project this past December.

Congratulations to Estela Barraza, the Community Engagement Coordinator for the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (CHPDP).

The first Surgeon General's Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health has been released and the CHDPD would like to congratulate Dr.

The National Cancer Institute has awarded supplemental funding to support Dr. Francisco Munoz, a post-doctoral fellow from the Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center, who is working with Dr.

Cancer poses significant physical, pragmatic and emotional challenges for patients and their intimate partners that can negatively impact the couple as a whole.

We are excited to announce our Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention has been featured in the ASU College of Nursing and Health Innovation's

On September 14th, Mountain Park Health Clinic broke gound on their new Tempe location! This location is set to open in 2017. Congratulations to this growing community partner! 

Congratulations to Jamie Karch, an undergraduate honors student in CONHI's Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (CHPDP).

The CHPDP recently assisted the Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center (SIRC) with the annual Phoenix Union High School District Science in the City Program.

Program Manager Anel Arriola present at the Annual Conference for Community Engagement and Healthcare Improvement in San Antonio, TX on Sunday, September 4th.

The College of Nursing and Health Innovation's Associate Dean for Research and CHPDP faculty, Dr.

Elva Hooker, clinical manager of the Family Wellness Program at St.

 A Mixed Methods Research Training Program for the Health Sciences, conducted by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Healthand funded by the NIH’s Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences

We are currently recruiting youth to serve on our Youth Advisory Board!

The Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (CHPDP) would like to welcome Associate Professor Dr.

Drs. Crista Johnson-Agbakwu (PI), Colleen Keller (CO-PI), and Flavio Marsiglia (Co-PI) have received a grant addressing Female Genital Cutting (FGC) from the U.S.

We are excited to announce that Anel Arriola will be joining Dr. Rebecca Lee’s team as Program Manager for the SAGE Grant.

Tatianna Alvarado, the CHPDP Community Engagement Liasion, has been featured by College Success Arizona for her success as a nursing student and scholarship recipient!

ASU faculty and students work on Personalized Diagnostics for different types of cancer.

The College of Nursing and Health Innovation is honored to receive a bequest of $773,000 from Stella B. Donahie in late June.

Researchers and community partners create gardens to promote physically active time in preschools

School garden teaches preschoolers to be active and healthy 

Six adolescents from around the Valley have been selected to serve on the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (CHPDP) Youth Advisory Board (YAB).

The CDC has released new resources that offer unique ways to be physically active!

The Director of the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, and an Associate Professor,  Southwest Borderlands Scholar, Dr.

Tara Perkins, a CONHI Graduate Student and CHPDP Research Assistant, has placed second in the Institute of Social Science Research (ISSR) poster competition! 

September 29, 2015: ASU Students Focused on Latinos in Fight Against Diabetes 

Title: U01 Partnering for PA in Early Childhood: Sustainability via Active Garden Education

Dr. Elizabeth Reifsnider has been invited to speak at the Human Milk Banking Association of North America's (HMBANA) Conference on April 12th in Orlando, Florida.

Established and emerging leaders in the behavioral research field are gathering in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida Feb 21 -24, 2016 at the American Academy of Health Behavior’s an

Phoenix, AZ (February 19, 2016) - Obesity and type 2 diabetes are major public health challenges that disproportionately impact Latino youth.