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Division of Chronic DiseasePrevention & Health Promotion

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Division of Chronic DiseasePrevention & Health Promotion

Background Information

Employment History


Missouri Department of Health


Chronic Disease Prevention

Accreditation Site Reviewer

MO Institute of Community Health


state's Division of Chronic Disease Prevention

Deputy Director



Public Health Advisor
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention



Web References (7 Total References)

Missouri Partnership on Smoking or Health Website [cached]

Bernard R. Malone MPA Director Division of Chronic DiseasePrevention & Health Promotion

Missouri Institute for Community Health - Site Review [cached]

Bernard Malone

Bernard Malone
Mr. Malone has over 32 years of public health experience and service at the federal, state and local level of government. From 1974-1989 he was employed as a Public Health Advisor with the US Centers for Disease Control. In that time, he provided service in a number of assignments to state and local health departments around the nation, including Saginaw, MI, Miami, FL, Baltimore, MD and to the state of Missouri. In 1989, he left the federal service to continue his work with the Missouri Department of Health in Jefferson City, MO where he served in a variety of roles, including the Director of the state's Division of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion and on an interim basis, as the Department's Deputy Director. In 2003, he left the state service to accept a position in Kansas City, MO as the Director of the Division of Environmental Health Services at the local health department. In September 2005, he was asked to assume the duties as of the Deputy Director, a position he holds to this date on an interim basis.
Mr. Malone is co-author on a number of public health publications and has served in a variety of voluntary positions in public health organizations. Chief among these is his role with the Missouri Public Health Association where he has served on the Board of Directors for over 15 years. He currently serves as President of that organization. He has received numerous acknowledgements and honors in his career, including the Administrator of the Year in 2001 by the MO Institute of Public Administrators and the Mentor of the Year, 2005 from the MO Association of Local Public Health Agencies. He has served as an Accreditation Site Reviewer for the MO Institute of Community Health since 2005.

"The study underscores the aim of ... [cached]

"The study underscores the aim of the Missouri Department of Health to improve the health of the public by encouraging healthful physical activity," said coauthor Bernard R. Malone of the Missouri Department of Health, coinvestigator in the study.

Organ Donation Registry Reaches 1.8 Million [cached]

Also pictured are Bernard Malone, director, Division of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; Lori Darr, (second to left) manager, Missouri Organ Donor Program, both of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.

News Tribune - Racial gap in health care targeted by medical field 09/20/02 [cached]

"We see Missouri African-Americans disproportionately burdened by disease and death when compared to Missouri whites," said Bernard Malone, director of the health department's division of chronic disease prevention and health promotion."Today, we call on African-American Missourians to recognize that they are at an increased risk for many diseases and to resolve to see a doctor in the coming weeks for a regular health checkup."

Malone said that according to 2000 census data, 13.9 percent of black Missourians age 18 or older reported a cost barrier to health care in the past year, compared to 8.9 percent of white Missourians.
Other statistics cited by Malone include:
* One in four blacks reported having no source of ongoing health care.
* Blacks are 35 percent more likely than whites to die from a stroke, heart disease or cancer
* Twice as many black babies are born underweight than white babies.

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