KU Graduate and Former Center Colleague Chuck Sepers Speaks about Serving as Appleton, Wisconsin's New Health Officer During the Pandemic
When the city council voted in January to hire Chuck Sepers as Appleton's new health officer, the city was experiencing its worst COVID-19 surge yet. Sepers comes to Appleton from Nebraska, where he served as chief public health officer for a group of counties in the east central part of the state. Prior to that, he led projects to reduce childhood obesity and type 2 diabetes at the Center for Community Health and Development at the University of Kansas.
REVIVE, or Reducing the Effects of Violence through Intervention and Victim Empowerment, is a collaboration among the Ad Hoc Group Against Crime, Wyandotte County Community Correc
The juvenile justice system for JD #29 in Wyandotte County was examined with the aim of enhancing the capacity to systematically collect and use data to inform decision-making.
The Justice Action Toolkit distills the helpful resources from the Community Tool Box for those seeking to create social change.
Dr. Jomella Watson-Thompson is the featured guest on American Public Square at Jewell's "Both Sides."
Dr. Watson-Thompson discusses Thryve, a community-level approach to preventing youth violence. Dr.
Researchers Join with Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health to Monitor and Evaluate COVID-19 Response
Our center is partnering with Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health and other community organizations to evaluate the local response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Steve Fawcett and Christina Holt are collaborating with colleagues at the Kansas Department of Health and Environment to build capacity and jump start health equity efforts in the state.
The project — in partnership with the World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa — is led by the CCHD, a designated WHO Collaborating Centre since 2004. The monitoring system is designed to capture and communicate COVID-19 response
Stephen Fawcett, senior advisor for the KU Center, facilitated a panel discussion about the state of public health in Kansas. From his left, panelists were: Dr. Robert Moser, executive director of the KU Health System Collaborative; Dr. Bob St.
Steve Fawcett represented KU’s WHO Collaborating Centre at the Regional Meeting of Mayors from Healthy Municipalities in the Americas, held in Santiago de Cuba on 6-7 November 2018. Pictured with Dr.