April 8, 2018
International Health Announces New Thesis Publication Awards
The Department of International is pleased to announce the new recipients of the Thesis Research Publication Award of the Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Established in January 2017, the award honors doctoral students and alumni who publish two manuscripts in the scholarly literature based on their doctoral thesis. "The awards recognize the high-quality research conducted by our doctoral students and the leadership skills they develop while conceptualizing, designing, and managing global health studies," says Professor Joanne Katz, associate chair for academic programs of the Department of International Health. The manuscripts must be published within 2 years from the date of the student’s graduation from an International Health doctoral program. Advisers can nominate their students or graduates can nominate themselves by sending an email to Karla McCarthy with the name of the graduate and the citations of the doctoral thesis peer-reviewed publications.
Thesis Publication Awards | April 2018
International Health Academic Program
Emily Hurley, PhD '17
|Social and Behavioral Interventions|
Assistant Professor Steve Harvey
Emily A. Hurley, Steven A. Harvey, Peter J. Winch, Mariam Keita, Debra L. Roter, Seydou Doumbia, Nièlè H. Diarra & Caitlin E. Kennedy (2018) The Role of Patient –Provider Communication in Engagement and Re-engagement in HIV Treatment in Bamako, Mali: A Qualitative Study, Journal of Health Communication, 23:2, 129-143, DOI: 10.1080/10810730.2017.1417513
Emily A. Hurley, Steven A. Harvey, Mariam Keita, Caitlin E. Kennedy, Debra Roter, Sounkalo Dao, Seydou Doumbia, and Peter J. Winch. Patient-provider communication styles in HIV treatment programs in Bamako, Mali: A mixed-methods study to define dimensions and measure patient preferences. SSM Popul Health. 2017 Dec; 3: 539–548. Published online 2017 Jun 7. doi: 10.1016/j.ssmph.2017.05.012
Hurley EA, Doumbia S, Kennedy CE, et al Patient-centred attitudes among medical students in Mali, West Africa: a cross-sectional study. BMJ Open 2018;8:e019224. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-019224
|Erica Koegler, 'PhD '16|
Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, University of Missouri, St. Louis
|Social and Behavioral Interventions||Associate Professor Caitlin Kennedy|
Koegler, E., Kennedy, C.E., Thompson, C.B., Winch, P.J., Mpanano, R.M., Perrin, N.A., Glass,N. (2017). The association between self-reported STI treatment and mental health symptoms in conflict-affected Democratic Republic of Congo. Int J STD AIDS. 2018 Mar;29(3):212-220. doi: 10.1177/0956462417722128. Epub 2017 Jul 31. doi: 10.1177/0956462417722128
Koegler, E., Kennedy, C.E., N.A., Mrinidi, J., Bachunguye, R., Winch, P.J., Ramazani, P., Makambo, M.T., Glass, N. (2018). Understanding how solidarity groups – a community-based economic and psychosocial support intervention – can affect mental health for survivors of conflict-related sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Violence Against Women (in press).
Koegler, E., Kennedy, C.E. (2018). A scoping review of the associations between mental health and factors related to HIV acquisition and disease progression in conflict-affected settings. Conflict and Health (in press).