Dr. Rho has cutting-edge expertise in applying a health equity approach to chronic disease prevention and control using mixed methods. As a multilingual community health and prevention scientist, she works with cultural humility to design innovative community health interventions for patient-centered care.
“After careful consideration of your work by a committee of UM Faculty, [we] award you, [Rhoda Moise] the Barrett Prize for your dissertation... The committee was impressed with the critical theoretical grounding, sophisticated, multi-method research, transnational framework and social impact of your research. We wish to congratulate you on this award and your outstanding contributions to the scholarship and wellbeing of our region"
“Yon pwason ki mouri nan dlo se pa nwaye l nwaye;
A fish that dies in water did not drown".
– Haitian proverb
“Of all inequalities, injustice in healthcare is the most shocking and inhumane; a threat to justice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”
– Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr
These quotes symbolize our increasing globalization and connectivity alongside our moral imperative to address issues with a unified effort to promote wellness for all, systematically.
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Dr. Rho xx