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Kathleen R. Miner  

Updated: 12/03/2012    [update]
Professor (Graduate Faculty)

Associate Dean for Applied Public Health

Department of:
Behavioral Sciences and Health Education

Rollins School of Public Health
1518 Clifton Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30322
kminer@emory.edu
tel: (404) 727-8745
fax: 404-712-8879

Ph.D., 1984, Georgia State University
M.P.H., 1979, Emory University
M.Ed., 1979, Georgia State University
B.A., 1968, California State University, Longbeach
 
Courses Taught:
BSHE 760R: Prof. Sem: Health Promotion
 
Areas of Interest/Research:
Public Health Practice
Public Health Preparedness
Rural Health
 
Selected Research Projects:

Emory Public Health Training Center

HRSA

2010-2015

The purpose of this project is to train public health workers serving the medically underserved populations in Georgia.

 

Emory Center for Public Health Preparedness
CDC
2004-2009
The goal of this project is to develop competency based training and educational programs for Georgia's public health workforce so that they are better able to respond to bioterrorism threats and other emerging threats.

Emory Academic Center for Public Health Preparedness

ASPH
2002-2005
The goal of this project is to develop competency based training and educational programs for Georgia's public health workforce so that they are better able to respond to bioterrorism threats and other emerging threats.


Southeastern Institute for Training and Evaluation (SITE)

Ongoing

The goal of the project is to provide continuing education opportunities to public health professionals in topics such as: program evaluation, grant writing, public health law, community needs assessment, focus groups, questionnaire development, theory, public health policy, SPSS, and Epi Info.

 

 
Selected Publications:
Massoudi, B.L., Goodman, K.W., Gotham I.J., Homels, J.H., Lang, L.,
Miner, K. R
., Potenxiani, D.D., Richards, J., Fu, P.C.
An informatics agenda for public health: summarized recommendations from the 2011 AMIA PHI conference.
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association
, 2012.
 
Freedman, A.M.,
Miner, K. R
., Echt, K.V., Parker, R., Cooper, H.L.F.
Amplifying diffusion of health information in low literate populations through adult education health literacy classes.
Journal of Health Communication
, 16: 119-133, 2011.
 
Apatu, E.J., Alperin, M.,
Miner, K. R
., Wilijer D.
A drive through Web 2.0: an exploration of driving safety promotion on Facebook
Health Promotion Practice
, 2011.
 
Potter, M.A.,
Miner, K. R
., et al.
The evidence base for public health preparedness training: a retrospective analysis.
Public Health Reports
, 125 S5: 15-23, 2010.
 
Koo, D.,
Miner, K. R
.
Outcome-based workforce development and education in public health
Annual Review of Public Health
, 31: 253-269, 2010.
 
Niemeyer, D.,
Miner, K. R
., Carlson, L.M., Baer, K., and Shorty, L.
The 1998 master settlement agreement: a public health opportunity realized-or lost?
Health Promotion Practice. Supplement
, 5S(3): 21S-32S, 2004.
 
Cioffi, J., Lichtveld, M., Thielen, L., and
Miner, K. R
.
Credentialing the public health workforce: an idea whose time has come
Journal of Health Management and Practice
, 9(6): 451-458, 2003.
 
Niemeyer, D.R.,
Miner, K. R
., Carlson, L.M., and Hinman, J.
Building capacity for success: tobacco technical assistance consortium
Health Promotion Practice
, 4(3): 206-209, 2003.
 
Miner, K., Childers, W., Alerpin, M.m, Cioffi, J., and Hunt, N.
The MACH Model: linking workforce and instructional competencies to professional preparation and practice
Public Health Reports
, under review: under review, .
 
Curriculum Vitae
 
Link to this page: http://www.sph.emory.edu/faculty/KMINER