Hall, Sarah McKenzie
Title:
Assistant Professor - Public and Community Health
Office:
HP 101h
Phone:
801-863-5670
Hall, Sarah CV
Last Updated: 12/26/18 -

Educational Background:

  • B.A. English, African Studies Minor - Brigham Young University
  • Master of Public Administration, Nonprofit Management Emphasis - Brigham Young University
  • Ph.D. Global Health - Arizona State University

Professional Experience:

  • Executive Director - Empower Playgrounds, Inc., Ghana
  • Community Outreach Director - Utah County Crisis Line, United Way
  • Volunteer Coordinator - A Child's Hope Foundation, Mexico
  • Country Director - HELP International, Tanzania
  • Consultant - Inside Out Learning - Kenya
  • Consultant - Human Development Foundation - Thailand

Courses:

NUTR 1020 (Foundations of Human Nutrition)

HLTH 1100 (Personal Health and Wellness)

HLTH 2400 (Concepts of Stress Management)

HLTH 3000 (Death and Dying)

HLTH 3230 (Professional Development)

HLTH 3260 (Theory-Based Approaches to Modifying Health Behavior)

HLTH 350G (International Health)

HLTH 3600 (Social Promotion)

HLTH 4300 (Community Health Ethics)

HLTH 440G (Health and Diversity)

HLTH 489R (Research)

 

Research:

Health Communication and Marketing

  • Fear Appeal Theory
  • Social Marketing
  • Vaccines
  • Prescription Drug Abuse

Vulnerable Populations

  • Albinism in Tanzania
  • Tsunami Preparedness in Indonesia
  • Malaria in Children Under Five in Ghana and Tanzania
  • Influenza in Children Under Five in the United States
  • Women and Body Image (cross-cultural perceptions)

Research Methods

  • Quantitative (survey-based)
  • Visual Ethnography (documentary work)