Translating Evidence to Practice in Public Health Intern (2016)
This internship is a great opportunity to work with experienced mentors and develop skills that I will use in my public health career. I am excited to learn more about how to disseminate research in a way that it can be utilized by public health practitioners.
Emily Redovich began her Translating Evidence to Practice in Public Health (TEP-PH) Internship with the Public Health Research Network (WPHRN) in June of 2016.
Emily is a student in the Master of Public Health program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She received a Bachelor’s of Science in Community Health Education from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a Registered Nurse (RN) and Community Health Education Specialist (CHES) and currently works as an inpatient nurse at American Family Children’s Hospital. Her interests include primary prevention, population health, and health policy.
During her time with the TEP-PH internship, Emily will be involved in developing an evaluation plan for the WPHRN Strategic Plan for 2016-2019 and assisting with other research dissemination projects, such as a video research brief about the Cross-Jurisdictional Shared Service Arrangements in Local Public Health study.