2011 In the Media

December 22, 2011

Cisler cited in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article on the Wisconsin's Health Ranking

Ron Cisler, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Urban Population Health (CUPH) and Professor of Health Informatics and Administration and Public Health at UWM, was cited in a recent article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.  The article announces that Wisconsin rose to 13th in the United Health Foundation’s annual ranking of overall health. Cisler, though, points out that the ranking is not representative of Milwaukee and other parts of the state and explains why.

September 23, 2011

Mapping Milwaukee's Infant Mortality Crisis

JS Online updates their interactive maps as part of their Empty Cradles | Confronting Our Infant Mortality Crisis, a year long series covering the death of children before their first birthday

January 20, 2011

Empty Cradles | Confronting Our Infant Mortality Crisis

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel begins a year long series covering the death of children before their first birthday.

January 13, 2011

Center Investigator Speaks at Wisconsin Local Food Summit

Dr. Paul Hunter joins farmers, public health officials and chefs at the fifth annual Wisconsin Local Food Summit at the Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake on January 13 and 14.  Dr. Hunter talks about increasing access to healthy affordable food and culturally appropriate nutrition education.

January 6, 2011

Dennis Baumgardner Honored by State of Wisconsin

Dennis Baumgardner, M.D., the Center's Associate Director for Health Services Research, was honored at the 2010 Annual Primary Care Research and Quality Improvement Forum by the Wisconsin Governor's Office for his contributions to improving health outcomes for state residents through educational programs, along with his efforts in promoting and conducting primary care research.

January 5, 2011

Advancing Public Health Research Globally and Locally

Center Associate Director Dr. Loren Galvão is highlighted for her work both abroad and here in Wisconsin. Learn more about how her involvement in public health research is providing exciting opportunity for other researchers, fellows and graduate students to contribute and sustain public health research here and abroad.