MPH Alum Presents Findings of Public Housing Redevelopment Study at APHA 2018
"Adrienne Hall (MPH, ’18), Health Equity Institute (HEI) research associate, delivered a team presentation, “From West Point to Hunters View: Race, class, and the health effects of public housing redevelopment,” co-authored with Laura Mamo (co-principal investigator), HEI professor of health education; Melissa Hagan, assistant professor of psychology; and colleagues from UCSF Leslie Dubbin(co-principal investigator) and Irene Yen (co-principal investigator), at the 2018 annual meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA) in San Diego.
Hall presented preliminary findings from the three-year study, Community Health After Neighborhood Transformation (CHANT), a UCSF-SF State collaboration funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. CHANT deploys mixed-methods to examine the health and social effects of HOPE SF, a public-private housing policy initiative designed to rebuild and redesign public housing developments into mixed-income neighborhoods in San Francisco. The CHANT research team aims to understand how these significant changes impact residents’ experiences and health outcomes. A recent graduate from the Masters of Public Health program and a Health Equity Internship Scholar, Hall enjoyed the opportunity to present and attend meaningful sessions as part of the large SF State presence at this year’s APHA conference."
Pictured above: Adrienne Hall (center) at the American Public Health Association annual meeting with team member Irene Yen (UC Merced, BUILD Mentor) and David Rebanal, SF State assistant professor of health education.
Feature From: SF State's CHSS Connection Newsletter, December 2018