Brunt begins year with seven publications
The Master of Public Health program would like to recognize Ardith Brunt, Ph.D., for a great publishing start to the year. Associate Professor Brunt serves as a core MPH faculty member and a HNES faculty. Brunt's area of expertise is dietetics. Since the start of 2014, she already has seven publications. Brunt teaches within the Health Promotion specialization of the MPH program. If you are interested in learning more about health promotion within public health, please visit the Health Promotion page.
Anenson, L. W., Brunt, A.R., Terbizan, D., & Christensen, B. (2014). Using e-mail health interventions and transtheoretical model to promote wellness: a pilot study. Californian Journal of Health Promotion 12 (1): 61-70.
Marihart, C., Brunt, A., & Geraci, A. (2014) Older adults fighting obesity with bariatric surgery: Benefits, side effects and outcomes. SAGE Open Medicine. DOI:10.117712050312114530917
Geraci, A., Brunt, A., & Marihart, C. (2014). Social support systems: A qualitative analysis of female bariatric patients after the first two years post-operative. Bariatric Surgical Practice and Patient Care. 9 (2): 66-71. DOE: 10.1089/bari.2014.0004.
Wagner, M. G., Hansen, P., Rhee, Y., Brunt, A., Terbizan, D., & Christensen, B. (2014). Learning styles of undergraduate dietetics, athletic training, and exercise science students. Journal of Education and Training Studies. 2 (2): 189-197.
Geraci, A., Brunt, A., & Marihart, C. (2014). The work behind weight-loss surgery: a qualitative analysis of food intake after the first two years post-op. ISRN Obesity. doi: 10.1155/2014/427062.
Hert K.A. Fisk II P. S., Rhee Y.S., Brunt, A.R. (2014). Decreased consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages improved selected biomarkers of chronic disease risk among us adults: 1999-2010. Nutrition Research. 34(1): 58-65.
Anenson, L., Brunt, A., Terbizan, D., & Christensen, B. (2014). Participation rates in a worksite wellness program using e-mail wellness messages. Journal of Education and Training Studies. 2(1): 44-52.