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Sarah Walsh

Assistant Professor, Public Health Program Director

Sarah Walsh 206B Marshall

734.487.2364

swalsh8@emich.edu

Education

PhD, University of Louisville

MPH, Boston University

BS, University of Michigan

Teaching Interests

HLAD 250: Introduction to Public Health

HLAD 315: Research Methods and Data Analysis in Health Sciences

HLAD 416: Health Planning

HLAD 513:  Roles and Responsibilities of the Health Administration Profession

HLAD 600: Health Care Research Methods

HLAD 693/694: Integrative Analysis Project

Selected Presentations and/or Publications

Walsh, S.E., Chubinski, J., Sallee, T., & Rademacher, E. (in press). Public opinions regarding Advanced Dental Hygiene Practitioners in a high-need state.   Journal of Dental Hygiene .

Chubinski, J., Walsh, S.E., Sallee, T., & Rademacher, E. (2014). Painkiller misuse among Appalachians and in Appalachian counties in Kentucky.   Journal of Appalachian Studies , 20(2):154-169.  doi:10.5406/jappastud.20.2.0154

Walsh, S.E., Myers, G., Chubinski, J., & Zepeda, S.G. (2014).  For two regional health foundations, returns from the Kentucky Health Issues Poll are worth the investments.   Health Affairs , 33(9):1693-1697. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.2013.1471

Walsh S.E., & Nesbitt, L.S. (2014).  Changing the context: Promoting wellness through systems and policy change.  In R.J. Esterhay, L.S. Nesbitt, J.H. Taylor, & J.M. Bohn (Eds.), Population health: Management, policy and  technology, First edition.  Virginia Beach, VA: Convurgent Publishing.

Studts, J.L., Flynn, S.M., Dill, T.C., Ridner, S.L., Worth, C.T., Walsh, S.E. , & Sorrell, C.L. (2010).  Nurse practitioners’ knowledge, attitudes, and clinical practices regarding treatment of tobacco use and dependence.   Journal for Nurse Practitioners , 6(3):212-219.

Walsh, S.E. , Singleton, J.A., Worth, C.T., Krugler, J., Moore, R., Wesley, G.C., & Mitchell, C.K. (2007). Tobacco cessation counseling training with standardized patients.   Journal of Dental Education , 71:1171-1178.

Additional Information

Prior to joining the faculty at EMU in 2013, Dr. Walsh worked for more than a dozen years in public health practice in a variety of settings.  Most recently, she was a Senior Program Officer at the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky.  Her research interests include the built environment, social capital, and other factors which may promote healthy aging.

Sarah Walsh's CV

The Health Administration Program is part of the School of Health Sciences, 313 Everett L. Marshall Building, 734.487.4096