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9th Annual Student Video Challenge

 

We are pleased to showcase the outstanding submissions for the Tennessee Public Health Association's 9th annual Student Video Challenge.  University students from across the state submitted short videos that aligned with this year's theme, “Evidence-based and Innovative Approaches to Ensure Healthier Communities for ALL."  The video review committee was thoroughly impressed with the creative and innovative approaches displayed by all.  We are pleased to announce that Rincon Jagarlamudi a current undergraduate student at Vanderbilt University, is this year's winner with his submission, Health Literacy.  All videos were featured during the spring meeting and Rincon received a cash prize for his submission.  Please join us in celebrating these future leaders.

TPHA APPRECIATES THE CREATIVITY OF OUR STUDENT MEMBERS.

2022 Videos

Health Literacy

Submitted by Rincon Jagarlamudi, student at Vanderbilt University, Peabody College.  His faculty sponsor is Dr. Singer-Gabella.

Communities Carry Naloxone

Submitted by Lucinda Langley, student in Introduction to Public Health class at University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  Her faculty sponsor is Julie Grubaugh, MPH, CHES. 

9 Sports Safety

Submitted by Michelle Alaimo, Jeelan Rahhal, Rachel Ressler, and Elizabeth Richardson, students in the spring semester course entitled Public Health in Optometry at Southern College of Optometry.  Their faculty sponsor is Wilson McGriff, MPH, OD.

An Evidence Based Approach for Responsible Opioid Prescription

Submitted by Matthew Gerloff and Bradley Bell, students in Introduction to Public Health class at University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  Their faculty sponsor is Julie Grubaugh, MPH, CHES. 

PSA: Binge Drinking in the US: What can We Do?

Submitted by Justin Brimage, student in Introduction to Public Health class at University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  His faculty sponsor is Julie Grubaugh, MPH, CHES. 

Cameras Over Cancer || Crohn's PSA

Submitted by Natalie Ballinger, student in Introduction to Public Health class at University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  Her faculty sponsor is Julie Grubaugh, MPH, CHES. 

Midtown Mosque Food Pantry

Submitted by Tharwa Bilbeisi, doctoral student concentrating in health communication at the University of Memphis.  Her faculty sponsor is Marian Levy, DrPH, RD, FAND.  Hers is a pictorial depiction of a local mosque in the heart of an inner-city North Memphis neighborhood that serves poverty-stricken, predominantly Black residents who lack access to grocery stores with fresh affordable foods.