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Announcements (recent)

  • Please join us on Wednesday (4/29) and Thursday (4/30) to support our students at the Spring 2020 Summit offered via Zoom. Contact Dr. Nelson-Hurwitz via email for complete schedule and Zoom links.

    - Posted 4 years ago

  • We are pleased to announce that our Public Health Program has been reaccredited by CEPH for a seven-year term, extending to December 31, 2030.

    - Posted 9 months ago

  • The Office of Public Health Studies (OPHS) is accredited as a public health program by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH), an independent agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education to accredit schools and programs of public health. Our last CEPH site visit was held in September 2014, and the program received full accreditation through July 1, 2023. 

    Our public health program will be having an on-site re-accreditation review by CEPH on March 30-31, 2023. CEPH welcomes written communication from third parties until 30 days before the scheduled visit. This is an opportunity for our stakeholders to submit feedback directly to CEPH about the public health program, practices and procedures. Students, alumni, faculty, staff, community partners and members of the general public are all stakeholders who may make a third-party comment during this process.

    Third-party comments should be sent directly to CEPH via email (submissions@ceph.org) or mail written comments to:

    Council on Education for Public Health 1010 Wayne Avenue, Suite 220 Silver Springs, MD 20910.

    The deadline for submission of written comments to CEPH is February 28, 2023.

    - Posted 1 year ago

  • OPHS is hiring! We are looking for an Assistant Professor in Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Health to teach undergraduate and graduate public health students and other professionals. Apply at go.hawaii.edu/2YZ by November 18 for the best consideration.

    - Posted 1 year ago

  • OPHS is hiring! We are looking for an Assistant Professor in Epidemiology/Data Science to teach undergraduate and graduate public health students and other health professionals. Apply at go.hawaii.edu/uY2 by November 18 for the best consideration.

    - Posted 1 year ago

News (recent)

  • Welcome New Social Behavioral Health Sciences Faculty

    The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Office of Public Health Studies (OPHS) proudly welcomes Dr. David Stupplebeen to its distinguished faculty. 

    - Posted Tuesday, May 28

  • Alumni’s study to advance HPV vaccination rates published in public health journal

    Addressing Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination uptake is crucial within public health, particularly for communities disproportionately affected by HPV-related adverse outcomes, such as the Native Hawaiian and Filipino populations. Fostering collaboration between physicians and pharmacists stands as a valuable strategy to allow patients more opportunities to receive and complete vaccine series.

    - Posted Friday, April 26

  • UH study first to measure outrigger canoe paddling intensity

    University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa public health researchers are collecting data from outrigger canoe paddlers to determine the activity’s metabolic equivalents (METs), which show how many calories or energy expenditure a person burns when engaged in a physical activity. 

    - Posted Tuesday, March 12

  • Mo‘olelo on cancer wins student top prize in public health journal

    A reimagining of healing through traditional practices has won a University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa student the top prize in the public health journal, Leaders Igniting Generational Healing and Transformation (LIGHT) in the story category.

    - Posted Monday, February 12

  • Improving hypertension diagnosis with innovative tech, collaboration

    Heart disease, stroke and diabetes are three of the leading causes of death in Hawaiʻi. Many people do not know that they have a chronic condition, even those with regular healthcare.

    - Posted Wednesday, January 17