Hutchins-Wiese, H.L., Argeros, G. & Walsh, S.E. (2023). Frailty and nutrition risk predict falls and emergency department visits in home-delivered meal clients. Journal of Nutrition in Gerontology and Geriatrics. https://doi.org/10.1080/21551197.2023.2167030
Johnson, M.L. & Walsh, S.E. (2023). Food assistance programs and reduced hospitalizations for older adults with diabetes. Journal of Frailty and Aging, 12(1):67-70. http://dx.doi.org/10.14283/jfa.2022.13.
Johnson, D.A., Cahill, M., Choate, S., Roelfs, D. & Walsh, S.E. (2022). The influence of public health faculty on college and university plans during the COVID-19 pandemic. Frontiers in Public Health, 9:745232. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2021.745232.
Walsh, S.E., Zakrajsek, A.G., Barragan, C., & Wladkowski, S. (2022). Leveraging an environmental scan to promote age as a component of diversity in higher education: A case example from one U.S. university. In C. Liu, S. Wen & S. Hou (Eds.), Older Adult Education: From An International Perspective. Beijing: Open University of China Press.
Walsh, S.E. & LaJoie, A.S. (2018). Influence of built environment quality and social capital on mental health of residents of assisted living communities in Louisville, Kentucky. Gerontology & Geriatric Medicine, 4:1-9. https://doi.org/10.1177/2333721418795900.
Walsh S.E., & Nesbitt, L.S. (2017). 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, Second edition. Virginia Beach, VA: Convurgent Publishing. (First edition published 2014)
Walsh, S.E., Chubinski, J., Sallee, T., & Rademacher, E. (2016). Public opinions regarding Advanced Dental Hygiene Practitioners in a high-need state. Journal of Dental Hygiene, 90(5):269-274.
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.
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. https://doi.org/10.1377/hlthaff.2013.1471.
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.
HLAD 305: U.S. Health Care System
HLAD 310: Administration of Health Care Organizations
HLAD 311: Management of Health Services
HLAD 315: Research Methods and Data Analysis in Health Sciences
HLAD 323: Introduction to Epidemiology
HLAD 416: Health Planning
HLAD 510: Healthcare Organizations
HLAD 513: Roles and Responsibilities of the Health Administration Profession
HLAD 526: Effective Long-Term Care Administration
HLAD 600: Health Care Research Methods
HLAD 693: Integrative Analysis Project I
HLAD 694: Integrative Analysis Project II
Dr. Sarah Walsh (she/her/hers) joined the EMU faculty in 2013. Prior to that, she worked in nonprofit programming and administration for more than a dozen years, most recently serving as a Senior Program Officer at the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky. Her research explores community supports for healthy aging, including home-delivered meal programs and age-friendly universities.