Students in the spring semester of their second year of the Vanderbilt MPH program recently presented the work of their MPH thesis to members, mentors, colleagues, fellow students, and guests. This year, there are seven MPH students in the Global Health Track who presented their thesis findings. See below for the list of Global Health students and their thesis topics.
Beto Arriola Vigo, M.D.
Qualitative Analysis: Community Involvement in the new model of care during Mental Health Reform in Peru
Juanita Prieto Garcia, M.D.
Determinants of Full Immunization in Children under Five Years Old in the Rongo Sub-County of Migori County, Kenya
Salesio Macuacua, M.D.
Assessment of the Determinants of Non-adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy during Pregnancy in the District of Manhiça, Mozambique
Reduction in Under-Five Mortality in the Rongo Sub-County of Migori County, Kenya: Experience of the Lwala Community Alliance 2007-2017 with Evidence from a Cross-Sectional Survey
Evaluation of behavioral, environmental and genetic risk factors for gastric cancer: a population-based study in Central America
Sade Arinze, M.D.
Immunodeficiency at the Start of Combination Antiretroviral Therapy: Data from Zambézia Province, Mozambique
Rui Wang, M.Ed.
Risk Factors for Depression among Women in Rural Western Kenya and Implications for Designing Future Surveys