College of Public Health students graduating
Kentucky and Appalachia Public Health Training Center

Improving Residents’ Health in Fayette County (Mary Meehan, kentucky.com)

Creating jobs and making neighborhoods safer are keys to improving the health of people living in Fayette County. That was the message as representatives of 50 groups met Friday, June 21, 2013, as part of the Community Health Improvement Project (CHIP). In addressing those two issues, "we could take a huge step forward," said Angela Carman, an assistant professor in the University of Kentucky Collegeof Public Health (Kentucky Appalachia  Public Health Training Center) who helped lead the meeting at Bryan Station High School.   

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