How is your SORH different than other SORHs?
Being university-based, we are enmeshed within a network of researchers and others who do outreach and education on health-related matters. It's great to be with a mix of colleagues. I think it's important for people to know that university-based SORHs are part of state government. For example, higher education in Nevada recently was hit by crises and we've been affected too. But it's a collegial environment that I love--and it gives me the opportunity to teach and advise students. I have overseen MPH interns who are helping us with projects in critical access hospitals (CAHs) and rural communities in Nevada. I get to teach a course whenever my schedule allows. Read more »