College of Public Health students graduating

Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center

Film Screening of 'A Day's Work'

FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

Date: Friday, October 14, 2016 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Location: Multidisciplinary Building | Room 223

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Join us for the Kentucky Premiere of the award-winning documentary A Day's Work, hosted by the University of Kentucky College of Public Health. The screening will be held in room 223 of the Multidisciplinary Science Building (MDS) on the UK campus. Parking validation is available to those who register.

Screening of the film will be followed by a discussion about workers' rights and workplace safety, connecting the film to local issues and action. Audience members and students will have an opportunity to engage with community leaders, educators, and the film's producer.

About the Film: 90 minutes before he was killed on his first day of work as a temporary employee, 21-year-old Day Davis texted a picture of himself to his girlfriend, excited for their future. Now Day's sister, 17-year-old Antonia, searches for answers. An investigation reveals the troubling issues that led to Day's death and how the $100 billion temporary staffing industry is putting millions of American workers at risk.

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Sponsored By:

The Southeast Center for Agricultural Health and Injury Prevention at the University of Kentucky conducts research, education, prevention activities to reduce occupational illness and injury and improve the health and safety of agricultural, forestry and fish farming workers and their families in the southeastern United States.

The Central Appalachian Regional Education Resource Center combines the academic resources of four colleges at the University of Kentucky (UK) and Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) to provide a fully equipped and recognized resource for occupational safety and health research and training in Central Appalachia. As a result of this forward-looking partnership between two leading institutions of higher education, we are proud to offer graduate programs and continuing education in

  • Mining Engineering Safety and Health
  • Occupational and Environmental Health Nursing
  • Occupational Epidemiology
  • Occupational Medicine
  • Occupational Safety
  • Agricultural Safety and Health

It serves as a resource for industry, labor, government agencies, and other stakeholders while, at the same time, preparing men and women for rewarding careers in research, education, private sector leadership, and policy development.

Michael Singleton

Department: Biostatistics • Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center

Title: Assistant Professor

Email Address: msingle@uky.edu

Phone: (859) 257-5809

Location: 333 Waller Avenue, Suite 209

CV: Singleton-CV-Dec16.pdf

Dr. Singleton is an Assistant Professor of Biostatistics and a faculty member in the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center. He received his Ph.D. in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from the University of Kentucky. His current research interests include traffic injury, traumatic brain injury, applications of probabilistic record linkage in public health, public health informatics, and applications of nonlinear hierarchical modeling in infectious disease epidemiology.

Julia F. Costich

Department: Health Management and Policy • Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center

Title: Professor

Email Address: Julia.costich@uky.edu

Phone: (859) 257.6712

Location: CPH 107B

CV: CostichCV05102018.pdf

Julia Costich, J.D., Ph.D. is a professor in the Dept. of Health Services Management, and also serves as associate director of the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center. Her current research focuses on legal and policy issues in public health and health care, health reform, and electronic health information exchange. She served as department chair 2005-2012, director of the Master of Health Administration program 2010-2012, and director of the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center 2003-2010. Before joining the UK public health faculty in 1998, she administered academic medical programs, practiced health care law, and served as a policy specialist and administrator for state health care programs.

Susan Pollack

Department: Preventive Medicine & Environmental Health • Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center

Title: Assistant Professor

Email Address: shpoll@uky.edu

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Susan Pollack is a physician Board Certified in both Pediatrics and Occupational Medicine. She manages the Pediatric and Adolescent Injury Prevention Program at KIPRC, and is also an Assistant Professor in the General Pediatric Division of the UK Department of Pediatrics and in the UK Department of Preventive Medicine. She completed her undergraduate education at Smith College, her MD at Eastern Virginia Medical School, and her postgraduate training at West Virginia University- Morgantown and at Mt. Sinai in New York City. Susan is interested in all aspects of injury epidemiology and prevention for the pediatric and adolescent age group (and in teaching about those things to the public and health professionals), but has had funding, publications and a national role in the issue of occupational injuries among working teens. Major federal funding to her program currently comes from Emergency Medical Services for Children. Other special interests include Child Fatality Review and whitewater river safety.

Terry Bunn

Department: Epidemiology • Preventive Medicine & Environmental Health • Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center

Title: Associate Professor

Email Address: tlbunn2@email.uky.edu

Phone: (859) 257-4955

Location: KIPRC - 333 Waller Avenue, Suite 242, Lexington, KY

CV: Terry Bunn-VITA June 2013.pdf

Dr. Terry Bunn is an Associate Professor in the Department of Preventive Medicine and Environmental Health and the Director of the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center (KIPRC). She is the Principal Investigator for the Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health Surveillance, Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation, Core Violence and Injury Prevention, and State Injury Prevention programs. Terry is currently working in the areas of injury and illness surveillance and prevention, including the prevention of motor vehicle injuries, and drug poisonings in both the general and working populations.

Research Interests

Terry Bunn is specifically interested in risk factors contributing to occupationally-related motor vehicle crash, road and highway construction, machinery and youth fatalities occurring in the state of Kentucky with an emphasis on development of strategies for prevention.

Heather Bush

Department: Biostatistics • Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center

Title: Associate Professor & Interim Chair

Email Address: Heather.Bush@uky.edu

Phone: (859) 218-2080

Location: MDS 301

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Dr. Bush is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biostatistics. Prior to her appointment, she worked as a senior statistician for a clinical research organization specializing in Phase IV clinical trials and health registries, where she became interested in methodological issues associated with investigating health outcomes in large, complex databases. Her research interests include clinical trials and outcomes research, especially in the areas of Women's Health and Sports Related Injuries. Dr. Bush also serves as the co-director for both Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design key function of the Center for Clinical and Translational Science and the Applied Statistics Lab.