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Andrea Huseth-Zosel, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
206C Research Park 2

Andrea.Huseth-Zosel@ndsu.edu

 

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Gerontology, 2014
North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND 

Bachelor of Science, Secondary Social Studies Education, 2002
Minnesota State University Moorhead, Moorhead, MN 

Master of Science, Sociology, 2000
North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND 

Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, 1997
North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND

Responsibilities

Assistant Professor

Areas of Expertise

Aging
Demographics
Rural/Urban Disparities
Injury Prevention
Social/Behavioral Sciences in Public Health 

Professional Memberships

American Society of Aging
Gerontological Society of America
Association for Gerontology in Higher Education
American Public Health Association
American Sociological Association
Midwest Sociological Society
North Dakota Public Health Association 

Committees

Injury Control and Emergency Health Services Policy Committee, American Public Health Association
North Dakota Statewide Occupant Protection Task Force
North Dakota Child Passenger Safety Advisory Committee
North Dakota Injury Prevention Coalition 

Courses

MPH 741:  Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health
MPH 765:  Cultural Competence in Health Professions
PHRM 101:  Introduction to Public Health 

Publications

Huseth-Zosel, A. L., Sanders, G., O’Connor, M., Fuller-Iglesias, H., & Langley, L. (2016). Health care provider mobility counseling provision to older adults: a rural/urban comparison. Journal of community health, 41(1), 1-10.

Huseth-Zosel, A., and Orr, M.  (2015). Rural-urban differences in health care provider child passenger safety anticipatory guidance provision.  Journal of Transport & Health, 2(2), 166-172.

Strand, M. A., Huseth-Zosel, A., He, M., & Perry, J. (2015). Menopause and the risk of metabolic syndrome among middle-aged Chinese women. Family Medicine and Community Health, 3(1), 15-22. 

Huseth-Zosel, A., Strand, M., & Perry, J. (2014). Socioeconomic differences in the menopausal experience of Chinese women. Post Reproductive Health: The Journal of the British Menopause Society, 2053369114544729. 

Huseth, A.  (2012).  Front versus rear seat placement of children aged 12 or younger within vehicles:  a rural/urban comparison in North Dakota. Traffic Injury Prevention, 12 (44):388-392. 

Huseth, A., Thompson, K.M., Wonderlich, S., and Crosby, R.D. (2001).  Smoking and weight control in adolescent girls.  Eating Behaviors, 1, 123-135.
 

Presentations

National:

Huseth-Zosel, A.  (2015, June).  Mobility counseling provided by health care providers to older drivers:  A rural/urban comparison.  AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting.  June 14-16, 2015.  Minneapolis, MN.  Poster presentation.

Huseth-Zosel, A. (2015, March).  Mobility counseling provided by health care providers to older drivers:  A rural/urban comparison.  Aging in America Conference (American Society on Aging).  March 23-17.  Chicago, IL.  Poster presentation

Huseth-Zosel, A.  (2014, November).  Mobility counseling provided by health care providers to older drivers:  A rural/urban comparison.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  November 15-19, 2014.  New Orleans, LA.  Poster presentation. 

Huseth-Zosel, A.  (2014, November).  Rural/urban differences in child passenger safety anticipatory guidance provision by health care providers.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  November 15-19, 2014.  New Orleans, LA.  Poster presentation.

Huseth, A.  (2011, January).  Proper seat placement of children aged 12 or younger within vehicles: A rural/urban comparison.  Transportation Research Board 90th Annual Meeting,  January 2011. Washington, D.C.  Poster presentation.

Huseth, A.  (2010, November).  Proper seat placement of children aged 12 or younger within vehicles:  A rural/urban comparison.  Midwest Rural Agricultural Health Safety Forum.  November 17-19, 2010. Iowa City, IA.

State:

Huseth, A.  (2014, October).  Rural older drivers:  Are they getting the information they need from their health care provider?.  North Dakota Conference on Injury Prevention and Control.  October 1-2, 2014.  Bismarck, ND.

Huseth, A.  (2013, October).  Rural child passenger safety issues:  Research and recommendations.  North Dakota Child Passenger Safety Conference.  October 1-2, 2013.  Bismarck, ND. 

Huseth, A.  (2013, June).  Misinformation contributing to safety issues in vehicle restraints for children:  A rural/urban comparison.  Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health.  June 5-7, 2013, Mandan, ND.  Poster presentation.

Huseth, A.  (2012, October).  Child occupant protection research.  North Dakota Conference on Injury Prevention and Control.  October 3-4, 2012, Bismarck, ND.

Huseth, A.  (2012, March).  Occupant protection in North Dakota.  North Dakota Department of Transportation Law Enforcement Summit.  March 7-8, 2012, Bismarck, ND.

Huseth, A.  (2010, October).  Proper seat placement of children aged 12 or younger within vehicles:  A rural/urban comparison.  North Dakota Conference on Injury Prevention and Control.  October 27-29, 2010, Bismarck, ND.  Poster presentation.

Awards

Injury Control and Emergency Health Services (ICEHS) Presidential Road Safety Travel Award, American Public Health Association
American Public Health Association (APHA) Student Assembly Annual Meeting Scholarship

Grants

Fuller, H., Strommen, J. Saners, G., Kelly, K.A., O'Connor, M. and Huseth-Zosel, A. (2016) "Lutheran Services in American Great Plains Senior Collaborative Service Evaluation Proposal." Lutheran Social Services. $90,000. Co-PI.
Huseth, A.  (2011).  “Anticipatory Guidance for Older Drivers.”  Mountain Plains Consortium.  $27,101. PI.
Huseth, A.  (2009).  “Proper Seat Placement of Children Aged 4 to 12 within Vehicles.”  Mountain Plains Consortium.  $5,868. PI.
Huseth, A.  (2009).  “Misinformation Contributing to Safety Issues in Vehicle Restraints for Children.”  Mountain Plains Consortium.  $6,222. PI.


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