The Division of Public Health Sciences (PHS) at Wake Forest School of Medicine identifies strategies to enhance public health and prevent disease. PHS is a group of public health-oriented faculty and staff whose activities focus on developing better strategies for maintaining the health of the entire community.
Research SpotlightOur quarterly Research Spotlight showcases a research project in the Division of Public Health Sciences and the team members involved, highlighting their research focus and accomplishments.
Qualitative and Patient-Reported Outcomes Shared Resource (Q-PRO)
The primary goal of the Qualitative and Patient Reported Outcomes (Q-PRO) Shared Resource is to collaborate with and support Wake Forest Baptist Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Wake Forest School of Medicine community by providing expertise, consultation, and mentoring for research protocols that use qualitative designs and/or PRO measurement to enhance peer-reviewed cancer-focused research. Q-PRO provides investigators with state-of-the art methods for conducting qualitative research and provides expert guidance on PRO design.
PHS 30th Anniversary Celebration
2019 marked the 30th anniversary of the Division of Public Health Sciences. To celebrate that important milestone, PHS organized a Scientific Symposium highlighting current work and featuring a panel of speakers from across the U.S.