Marion Ceraso, MHS, MA
UW Population Health Service Fellowship
Welcome 10th class of Wisconsin Population Health
Our new class - 2013-2015 - has already launched an
impressive portfolio of public health action, and we're just a few months in. They're
working on advancing health equity, reducing childhood obesity,
strengthening Wisconsin's food systems, preventing domestic violence, improving
LGBT health, building sustainable data
collection systems, and disseminating health-related innovations.
Second year Fellows are continuing their important
work, including making strong
contributions to the local public health accreditation process, building
capacity for health equity in Wisconsin, and improving access and competency of
care for individuals with HIV/AIDS.
Thanks to first year Fellow, shor, for kick starting
the blog this year. And check back here
early and often for updates on what Fellows are up to, and other exciting
public health happenings in Wisconsin and beyond.
Here's to a great year ahead!