The Institute for Society, Culture and Environment at Virginia Tech announces the formation of the Center for Public Health Practice and Research as of July 1, 2011.

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  • Violence & Depression Among Virginia Middle School Students: Results From The Virginia Youth Survey – 2015 

    Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research (Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research; Virginia Department of Health, 2015)
    Suicide is the third leading cause of death for youth between the ages of 10 and 24. Complex peer, family, and romantic relationships, mental health concerns, and school stressors all impact suicide-related behaviors. ...
  • Violence & Depression Among Virginia High School Students: Results From The Virginia Youth Survey – 2015 

    Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research (Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research; Virginia Department of Health, 2015)
    Suicide is the third leading cause of death for youth between the ages of 10 and 24. Complex peer, family, and romantic relationships, mental health concerns, and school stressors all impact suicide-related behaviors. ...
  • Substance Use Among Virginia Middle School Students: Results From The Virginia Youth Survey – 2015 

    Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research (Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research; Virginia Department of Health, 2015)
    Drug abuse most often begins in adolescence and young adulthood, when youth begin trying alcohol, tobacco, and illegal and prescription drugs. Adolescents most frequently abuse alcohol, followed by marijuana and tobacco. ...
  • Substance Use Among Virginia High School Students: Results From The Virginia Youth Survey – 2015 

    Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research (Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research; Virginia Department of Health, 2015)
    Drug abuse most often begins in adolescence and young adulthood, when youth begin trying alcohol, tobacco, and illegal and prescription drugs. Adolescents most frequently abuse alcohol, followed by marijuana and tobacco. ...
  • Physical Activity Among Virginia High School Students: Results From The Virginia Youth Survey – 2015 

    Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research (Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research; Virginia Department of Health, 2015)
    Children and adolescents should participate in a daily minimum of 60 minutes of physical activity. Physical activity helps build and maintain healthy bones and muscles. It helps reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases, ...
  • Physical Activity Among Virginia Middle School Students: Results From The Virginia Youth Survey – 2015 

    Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research (Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research; Virginia Department of Health, 2015)
    Children and adolescents should participate in a daily minimum of 60 minutes of physical activity. Physical activity helps build and maintain healthy bones and muscles. It helps reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases, ...
  • Nutrition Among Virginia High School Students: Results From The Virginia Youth Survey – 2015 

    Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research (Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research; Virginia Department of Health, 2015)
    Healthy eating contributes to growth and development of children and adolescents. Choosing nutritious foods helps prevent high cholesterol and high blood pressure, and helps reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as ...
  • Nutrition Among Virginia Middle School Students: Results From The Virginia Youth Survey – 2015 

    Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research (Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research; Virginia Department of Health, 2015)
    Healthy eating contributes to growth and development of children and adolescents. Choosing nutritious foods helps prevent high cholesterol and high blood pressure, and helps reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as ...
  • Injury And Violence Among Virginia Middle School Students: Results From The Virginia Youth Survey – 2015 

    Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research (Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research; Virginia Department of Health, 2015)
    During adolescence, youth begin to spend more time without adult supervision, gain more independence, and are more likely to engage in risk-taking behaviors making them particularly vulnerable to injury and violence. ...
  • Injury And Violence Among Virginia High School Students: Results from the Virginia Youth Survey – 2015 

    Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research (Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research; Virginia Department of Health, 2015)
    During adolescence, youth begin to spend more time without adult supervision, gain more independence, and are more likely to engage in risk-taking behaviors making them particularly vulnerable to injury and violence. ...
  • 2018-2022 Virginia Cancer Plan 

    Unknown author (Cancer Action Coalition of Virginia, 2018)
    In the Fall of 2017 and Spring of 2018, the Center facilitated the development of the Virginia 5 year cancer plan.
  • Fall 2019 Newsletter, Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Center for Public Health Practice and Research, 2019)
    This newsletter provides updates on completed, current, and upcoming projects; new staff members; and recent publications at the Center for Public Health Practice and Research.
  • Fall 2018 Newsletter, Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Center for Public Health Practice and Research, 2018)
    This newsletter provides updates on completed, current, and upcoming projects; new staff members; and recent publications at the Center for Public Health Practice and Research.
  • CPHPR Fall 2015 newsletter 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2015)
    This newsletter provides updates on completed, current, and upcoming projects; new staff members; and recent publications at the Center for Public Health Practice and Research.
  • CPHPR Fall 2017 newsletter 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2017)
    This newsletter provides updates on completed, current, and upcoming projects; new staff members; and recent publications at the Center for Public Health Practice and Research.
  • CPHPR Fall 2016 newsletter 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2016)
    This newsletter provides updates on completed, current, and upcoming projects; new staff members; and recent publications at the Center for Public Health Practice and Research.
  • CPHPR Fall 2014 newsletter 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2014)
    This newsletter provides updates on completed, current, and upcoming projects; new staff members; and recent publications at the Center for Public Health Practice and Research.
  • Proceedings from the Virginia Higher Education Conversation on Opioid Misuse and Addiction 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2018-05-01)
    On May 1, 2018, 71 higher education representatives from 23 colleges and universities from across Virginia, and community representatives from Health Departments, Community Services Boards, and law enforcement gathered for ...
  • Water and Sanitation in Rural Virginia 

    Krometis, Leigh Anne Henry (Virginia Tech Center for Public Health Practice and Research, 2013)
  • Current Civil Engineering Projects 

    Edwards, Marc A. (Center for Public Health Practice and Research, 2013)
    APPLIED AQUATIC CHEMISTRY: Corrosion/Coagulation/Treatment. APPLIED BIOLOGY: Nitrification and Human, Pathogens in Homes, Corrosion

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