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Kelsie Kelly

Assistant Professor
Unit: School of Medicine
Department: PBHS Public Health Sciences Admin
Office location and address
1335 Lee St
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
UNIITE Project
Source: New York University School of Medicine
April 01, 2020 – August 31, 2021
PHS 5015: Qualitative Methods for Community and Global Health
Credits: 3
Designed to introduce undergrads to a graduate level coursework. This course advances methodological and cultural competency in the design and implementation of community health qualitative research investigations. Coursework provides opportunities to practice specific methodologies such as surveys, interviews, focus groups, case studies, and historiographies in accordance with standards of rigor (e.g., reliability, generalizability, validity). Prerequisites: Instructor Permission.
PHS 5060: Program Planning and Evaluation
Credits: 3
Graduate level course designed for undergrads interested in Public Health. Principles & methods of evaluation in public health & health informatics. Covers evaluation paradigms, program planning, evaluation plan design, & use of evaluation findings. Frequent tools in evaluation (surveys, focus groups, & interviews) will be discussed in depth. Design & conduct an evaluation for an existing prog. in public health or application in hlth informatics.
PHS 7015: Qualitative Methods for Community and Global Health
Credits: 3
This course advances methodological and cultural competency in the design and implementation of community health qualitative research investigations. Coursework provides opportunities to practice specific methodologies such as surveys, interviews, focus groups, case studies, and historiographies in accordance with standards of rigor (e.g., reliability, generalizability, validity).
PHS 7610: Health Promotion and Health Behavior
Credits: 3
Public Health is a multi-disciplinary field that attempts to help individuals and communities prevent illness and maintain and improve health. These health promotion activities are accomplished through the development of programs and policies and associated study of these activities. Although we recognize that there are many factors that impact individuals and population health outcomes, this course will explore the social and behavioral aspects of health as well as the relationship between health behavior and community, society and the environment. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.
PHS 8880: Integrative Learning RP Part 1
Credits: 1–3
Practicum associated with Methods Course for Research in Practice Concentration. Prerequisite: Instructor Permission
PHS 8881: Integrative Learning HP Part 1
Credits: 1–3
Practicum associated with Methods Course for Health Policy, Law & Ethics Concentration. Prerequisite: Instructor Permission