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Update on the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health at Georgia Southern University. Karl E. Peace, Ph.D. Georgia Cancer Coalition Distinguished Cancer Scholar, Senior Research Scientist & Professor of Biostatistics, Founding Director, Center for Biostatistics

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update on the jiann ping hsu college of public health at georgia southern university

Update on the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health at Georgia Southern University

Karl E. Peace, Ph.D.

Georgia Cancer Coalition Distinguished Cancer Scholar,

Senior Research Scientist & Professor of Biostatistics,

Founding Director, Center for Biostatistics

Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health

Georgia Southern University, Post Office Box 8015

Statesboro, GA 30460

912-486-7905 phone, 912-681-5811 fax

[email protected], [email protected]

university system of georgia
University System of Georgia

The University System of Georgia offers students higher education options at 35 colleges and universitiesthroughout the state, providing a wide range of academic programming, including certificates, associate, baccalaureate, master\'s, doctoral and professional degrees.

.

Chancellor, Erroll B. Davis, Jr

the university profile
The University Profile

Georgia Southern University is the largest and most comprehensive center of higher education in the southern half of Georgia. A recently designated Doctoral Research University by the Carnegie Foundation.

the southern spirit
The Southern Spirit

Founded in 1906 as a district agricultural school, Georgia Southern’s century of history has built a tradition of spirit, pride and achievement.

our strategic plan
Georgia Southern approaches its 2006 centennial under the leadership of President Bruce Grube, who developed a strategy and master plan to the lead the University to national recognition.Our Strategic Plan
  • The Strategic plan builds on six platforms:
  • Academic distinction
  • Student Centeredness
  • Technological advancement
  • Trans-cultural opportunities
  • Public-private partnerships
  • Physical environment
georgia southern s people
Georgia Southern’s People

Employee Breakdown:

Executive/Administrative 98

Faculty 660

Other Professionals 360

Technical/Paraprofessionals 35

Clerical/Secretarial 278

Skilled Crafts 66

Service/Maintenance 261

Total 1,758

educational programs
The University offers 120 degree programs at the baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral level through nine colleges.

Business Administration

Education

Health and Human Sciences

Public Health (JPHCOPH)

Science and Technology

Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

Information Technology

Graduate Studies

Continuing Education and Public Service

Educational Programs
historical background biostatistics and public health at gsu
Historical Background: Biostatistics and Public Health at GSU

1. May 1998 – In preparing to give the Commencement

Address at Georgia Southern University I

discovered there was no Biostatistics in the

state of Georgia south of Augusta and Atlanta.

2. Aug. 1998 - MPH in Community Health Education was

developed by Dr. Charlie Hardy and approved.

3. Sept. 1998 – I requested the President of GSU to allow me

to develop a MS in Biostatistics at GSU.

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Historical Background: Biostatistics and Public Health at GSU

4. 1998-2000 – Work on developing the MPH in Biostatistics (chose

MPH rather than MS since MPH could be approved

internally at GSU whereas the MS would require a

BOR decision)

-- Worked with Dr. Charlie Hardy: I provided the B

portion and he provided the PH portion and led

the internal efforts to get the degree approved.

5. July 2000 -- MPH in Biostatistics approved: 45 hours required,

30 in B and 15 in PH. This made the MPH in B

the equivalent in B content to a MS in B.

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Historical Background: Biostatistics and Public Health at GSU

6. Aug. 2000 - I returned to GSU on a part time basis to:

-> Recruit MPH B students

-> Develop a Center for Biostatistics

-> Mentor Students and Faculty in B

-> Seek Grants and other Financial Support

-> Lay groundwork for developing a School or

College of Public Health

7. 2000-2002 - Some accomplishments

-> Received $150K grant from the GRA (1st for

GSU) to develop a Center for Biostatistics.

-> Received $750K grant from the GCC (1st for

GSU) which included the GCCDCS designation

-> Entered first class of MPH B students

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Historical Background: Biostatistics and Public Health at GSU

8. 2002-2004 - Some accomplishments

-> Taught courses in Biostatistics

-> Recruited Students in Biostatistics

-> Recruited Two Biostatistics Faculty

-> Worked with GCC and its RPEs (SEGACA in

Savannah and SWGCC in Albany)

-> Funded Biostatistics Scholarship Endowments

and endowed the JPHSPH

9. 2004-2005 - Some accomplishments

-> BOR of Univ. System of GA approved JPHSPH

CB 1/14/2004 as a School and Center in CHHS

-> Hired Community Health Faculty member

-> Worked with GCC and its RPEs

-> JPHSPH became JPHCOPH 1/1/2006

distinguished cancer scholar
Distinguished Cancer Scholar

Dr. Karl E. Peace is currently a Georgia Cancer Coalition Distinguished Cancer Scholar and Professor of Biostatistics. He is also the Founding Director of the Karl E. Peace Center for Biostatistics.

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Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health

徐建萍公共卫生学院

public health education in georgia
Public Health Education in Georgia
  • Two Colleges of Public Health
    • Georgia Southern University
    • University of Georgia
  • Four Programs of Public Health
    • Armstrong Atlantic State University
    • Fort Valley State University
    • Georgia State University
    • Medical College of Georgia

This is in addition to the Private Institutions – Emory, Mercer, and Morehouse School of Medicine. Don’t forget the CDC!

jiann ping hsu college of public health
Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health

The Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health is named in honor of Dr. Jiann-Ping Hsu, a scholar-scientist whose distinguished service in her life’s work and devotion to quality and caring in all her endeavors represent the touchstones of learning and leadership in the health professions.

The Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health is endowed by Dr. Karl E. Peace as a tribute to his wife and an enduring celebration of her life characterized by “a zeal for excellence, consideration of others, intelligence and scholarship, honesty, kindness and humility.”

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Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health
  • Vision
    • …seeks to be nationally recognized for its leadership in addressing the multi-dimensional health problems facing many rural and underserved populations in Georgia and throughout the region.
  • Mission
    • …is to provide public health education, research, and community service that will positively impact the quality of life and health disparities of rural and underserved populations.
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Passion

Excellence

Integrity

Collaboration

Discovery

Respect

Accountability

Community Commitment

Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health

Guiding Principles and Values

jphcoph culture
JPHCOPH Culture

Teamwork

Trust

We must be genuinely open with one another about our strengths and weaknesses – vulnerable.

Conflict

We must be brave enough to engage in unfiltered and passionate debates.

Commitment

We must buy in and commit to our goals, objectives and decisions.

Accountability

We must be willing to hold each other accountable – call each other out when actions and behaviors are counterproductive to the good of our college.

Results

We must produce – this requires us to place the collective goals of the college above our individual or program needs.

Patrick Lencioni, 2002 The Five Dysfunctions of a Team.

jphcoph centers
JPHCOPH Centers

Karl E. Peace Center for Biostatistics

  • Functions as a focal point for biostatistical consulting, education, and grantsmanship for the College and University.

Center for Rural Health & Research

  • Functions as a focal point for the improvement of health status and quality of life of individuals in rural Georgia by creating successful partnerships with community organizations, faculty and students.

Center for Survey Research & Health Information

  • Functions as a focal point for conducting survey research and providing health information data to organizations across the region and nation.
2005 06 highlights
2005-06 Highlights
  • Successfully recruited 6 new faculty
  • Expanded the M.P.H. to five core areas and developed the Dr.P.H. in three areas.
  • Sponsored Program Volume = $223,000.00
  • Joint sponsor of the annual BASS Conference
  • 18 articles published in referred journals, 3 book chapters, and 18 Research abstracts published.
  • 19 presentations at professional meetings
  • Hosted Dr. Enver Roshi, Head of the Public Health Department at University of Tirana, Albania
  • Faculty appointed to numerous positions within professional organizations

A great start!

2006 07 highlights
2006-07 Highlights
  • Successfully recruited 7 new faculty
  • Expanded the M.P.H. to five core areas and the Dr.P.H. in three areas approved by the USG BOR for fall 2007 implementation
  • Fall 2006 enrollment was 42, with 28 students enrolled in the M.P.H. and 14 in the M.H.S.A. Spring 2007 saw enrollment increase to 47, with the M.P.H. enrollment at 35 and the M.H.S.A. enrollment at 12.
  • Graduation data demonstrated that we had 9 graduates in Summer 2006 (6 M.P.H. and 3 M.H.S.A.), 5 Fall 2006 (3 M.P.H. and 2 M.H.S.A.) and 13 Spring 2007 (9 M.P.H. and 4 M.H.S.A.).
  • External grant and contract awards totaled $270,000, with submissions totaling $3,443,525.00.
  • Hosted Dr. Saulet Nurtayeva, from West Kazakhstan State Medical Academy, Aktobe City, Republic of Kazakhstan Saulet’s current work is in the Department of Oncology and Radiology, where she teaches Oncology and Radiology.
  • Joint sponsor of the annual BASS Conference

Continuing the Development!

curriculum degree programs

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Fall 2006

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Fall 2007

Curriculum/Degree Programs
  • Master of Public Health
    • Biostatistics 2000
    • Community Health 1998
    • Epidemiology
    • Environmental Health
    • Health Policy
  • Doctor of Public Health
    • Biostatistics
    • Community Health Education

& Behavior

    • Public Health Leadership
curriculum overview
Curriculum Overview

Master of Public Health M.P.H.

  • Public Health Core – 16 hours
  • Discipline Program Concentration – 24 hours (18 required and 6 Guided Electives)
  • Practicum and Culminating Experience – 5 hours
  • Total Degree Hours = 45 semester hours

Doctor of Public Health Dr.P.H.

  • Public Health Science Core – 15 hours
  • Community-Based Practice Core – 9 hours
  • Advanced Courses in Area of Concentration – 24 hours
  • Doctoral Public Health Field Practicum – 6 hours
  • Dissertation – 9 hours
  • Total Degree Hours = 63 semester hours
building our faculty
Building our Faculty

Teaching

Research

Service

current faculty
Charles Hardy, PhD

Founding Dean

Behavioral/Social Sciences

Robert Vogel, PhD

Director, Center for Biostatistics

Biostatistics

Karl Peace, PhD

Distinguished Cancer Scholar

Biostatistics

Laura Gunn, PhD

Director, Biostatistics Program

Biostatistics

Anthony Parrillo, PhD

Director, Community Health Program

Behavioral/Social Sciences

Stuart H. Tedders, PhD

Director, Center for Rural Health & Research

Epidemiology

Current Faculty
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Gerald Ledlow, PhD

University of Oklahoma

Health Services Administration

Ahmed Adu-Oppong, PhD

University of Texas School of Public Health

Health Policy

Kari Fitzmorris, ScD

Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

Environmental Health

Allison Scott, PhD

Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

Community Health

Swati Raychowdhury, PhD, MPH

Indiana University

Community Health Education

Cassandra Arroyo, PhD

Harvard University School of Public Health

Epidemiology

Current Faculty

Joined Our Faculty in Fall 2006

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Current Faculty

Joined Our Faculty in Fall 2007

  • Simone Charles, PhD
    • Michigan State University
    • Environmental Health
  • Mondi Mason, PhD, MPH
    • University of Colorado at Denver
    • Community Health
  • Lynn Woodhouse, EdD, MPH
    • University of Cincinnati
    • Community Health
  • James Stephens, PhD
    • Central Michigan University
    • Health Services Administration
  • Renee Hotchkiss, PhD
    • University of Central Florida
    • Health Services Administration
  • Hani Samawi, PhD
    • University of Iowa
    • Biostatistics
  • Lili Yu, PhD
    • The Ohio State University
    • Biostatistics
faculty hire projections
Faculty Hire Projections

(Faculty N =

6 12 21 25 28 31)

mph in biostatistics graduates
MPH in Biostatistics Graduates
  • Ph.D. in Biostatistics Program
  • Ph.D. in Cancer Research
  • Dr.PH
  • Red Cross
  • School of Nursing
  • CROs
  • Dana Farber Cancer Institute
  • RTI
  • Community Health Departments
building our home cone hall
Building our Home – Cone Hall

Projected Occupancy December 2007

building our accreditation
Building our Accreditation
  • School/College of Public Health
    • Organizational Structure
      • Status and Independence
        • January 2004 JPHSOPH (School Established)
        • January 2006 JPHCOPH (College Status)
    • Resource Capacity
      • Curriculum
        • M.P.H. and Dr.PH./Ph.D.
      • Personnel
        • Faculty
    • Plan
      • 2008 Application
      • 2010 Site Visit and Accreditation

Constant consultation with CEPH Office in developing our college and curriculums.

building our impact economic impact of jphcoph
Building our Impact: Economic Impact of JPHCOPH
  • The total increase in employment for 2005 was estimated to be 26 jobs. By 2020, employment is expected to reach a sustained increase of 146 jobs. Therefore, the College of Public Health will support a permanent increase of at least 146 jobs over the next fifteen years.
  • Gross Regional Product is expected to increase by almost $7.3 million in 2020. The largest portion of the increase in GRP is within the Service sector, which includes Education.
  • Other noteworthy impacts include total personal income increasing by about $12.4 million, total disposable income increasing by about $10.7 million, total population increasing by about 168, and labor force increasing by about 109 jobs.

Bureau of Business Research and Economic Development, Georgia Southern University, 2006.

The Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health is expected to increase employment and output in both the regional economy and the State of Georgia. The following highlights these economic impacts.

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Building our Impact: Economic Impact of JPHCOPH
  • The College will supply a highly skilled labor force within the State and regional economies. The higher productivity of this labor force will directly benefit such businesses as health departments, hospitals, and pharmaceutical companies.
  • The Public Health program will contribute to the State and region-wide economic development effort to attract high technology companies within the growing medical cluster because of its presence, innovation, and supply of knowledgeable labor.
  • The strong research orientation of the program will enhance Georgia Southern University’s on-going effort to gain recognition for its academic program through an enhanced reputation as a research center.

In addition to these direct quantitative values, JPHCOPH will have other positive affects on the region, as shown below. Moreover, the following were not included in the quantified economic impact estimates.

Bureau of Business Research and Economic Development, Georgia Southern University, 2006.

jphcoph 2007 08 agenda
JPHCOPH 2007/08 Agenda
  • Recruit Faculty – Searches,Joint Appointments, and Adjuncts
  • Recruit Students – MPH and Dr.PH (200 at Steady State)
  • Develop CEPH Self-Study Project and achieve Candidate Status from CEPH
  • Increase Sponsored Program and Development Funding
  • Initiate Transdisciplinary Research Teams
  • Expand our Partnerships/Collaborations
  • Market JPHCOPH
  • Implement Organizational Structure and By-Laws

- Office of Academic Affairs

- Office of Research

- Office of Public Health Practice, Outreach and Practice

- Office of Administration, Faculty Affairs, and Accreditation

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JPHCOPH 2007/08 Agenda
  • Develop Two New Centers

- The Mooney Center for Addiction and Recovery

- The Center for Community Health Research,

Education, & Planning

  • Incubate ICSA Central Office in JPHCOPH
jphcoph centers in development
JPHCOPH Centers in Development

The Mooney Center for Addiction and Recovery

  • Quality, long-term recovery for student population
  • Education about the disease of addiction and effective strategies for prevention and treatment of its consequences
  • Service within the University and community
  • Creation of an effective replication model
  • Research that impacts the way addiction is viewed (individual, familial, social) which may impact treatment success
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JPHCOPH Centers in Development

Center for Community Health Research, Education, & Planning

  • Facilitate health promotion via community participatory research and education
  • Develop health information system model for communities within Health District 8.2 that includes data acquisition, management, and analysis to ensure that appropriate needs assessment, program and policy evaluations are undertaken and utilized
  • Engage in community based participatory public health research to improve the health status of communities
  • Develop educational programs to address health needs and evaluate community-based health promotion programs resulting from integrated planning processes
  • Facilitate development and advocacy of public health policy aimed at improving the health status of communities
  • Serve as a practicum site for MPH and DRPH students within the JPHCOPH
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Building our Future http://jphcoph.georgiasouthern.edu
  • Life\'s most persistent and urgent question is, \'What are you doing for others?\' Martin Luther King, Jr.
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