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Public Health Intern
Hello! I am Kelley Wells, a graduate student attending Liberty University pursuing my Master of Public Health with a specialization in Environmental Health.
Also, I attend Eastern University where I am going for my Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Organizational Development. I possess a Master of Science in Environmental Management and a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from the University of Maryland Global Campus.
I attended Louisiana State University A and M College where I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Management Systems and a Bachelor of Science in Geography.I have a diverse background in healthcare as a medical reviewer and analyst, environmental health and safety as a researcher, and project management as a data analyst and coordinator. I love learning about public health, healthcare, and wellness promotion. I believe in a healthy lifestyle, eating nutritious food, and having good physical activity.
My passion is helping to better communities by educating people about health and wellness, finding ways to decrease health disparities, and addressing social determinants of health.
Social media is an excellent platform for promoting health literacy, wellness promotion, policy influence, and psychoeducation.
Knowledgeful content is accurate, reliable, trustworthy, and compliant, and it can positively impact the promotion of healthy behaviors and the gathering of essential data. I advocate for improved health outcomes by increasing communication about medical issues and concerns among the general public via social media.
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