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Jan K. Carney

Associate Dean for Public Health

University of Vermont

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University of Vermont

111 Colchester Avenue

Burlington, Vermont,05401

United States

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We are the tertiary referral center for Vermont, areas of New Hampshire, and upstate New York. Our patients represent the entire range of socioeconomic diversity and we serve large refugee populations from Africa, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, and the Balkan... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Commissioner

Vermont Department of Health


Commissioner of Health

State of Vermont, Vermont Department of Health


Affiliations

Health Care

Board of Trustees Member


Minnesota Medical Association

Board of Trustees Member


Education

M.D.


M.D.

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine


M.P.H.


MD

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Masterâ€s degree

Public Health

Harvard School of Public Health


master's degree

public health

Harvard University School of Public Health


medical degree

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine


undergraduate degree

Middlebury College


Web References(123 Total References)


Vermont Livable Wage Campaign - Home

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There Dr. Jan Carney, associate dean of public health at the University of Vermont, presented a UVM College of Medicine Study on the effects of Paid Sick Days on Children's Health.
Dr. Carney said that current guidelines recommend that people stay home if they think they have the flu. She added that it would be easier to do so if people had paid sick leave. Rep. Paul Poirier, I-Barre co-sponsor of H.382 , also spoke at the event, saying that the H1N1 virus will affect children and the elderly more than other populations, and he is worried that a family could slip into economic despair if a person needs to take time off and care for someone suffering with the flu or another bad illness.


VT Senator Lyons Kicks Off Health Policy Week at UVM College of Medicine - Less Cancer

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The group's faculty advisor is Jan Carney, M.D., M.P.H., associate dean for public health at the UVM College of Medicine.


www.vermontguides.com

Jan K. Carney, M.D., M.P.H., FACP, professor of medicine and associate dean for public health at The University of Vermont College of Medicine, was elected vice president of the UVM faculty senate.
Carney was also named governor of the Vermont chapter of the American College of Physicians. She joined the UVM faculty in 1985.


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Approximately 1,500 college campuses are smoke-free, and UVM should join them, said Dr. Jan Carney, cochair of the UVM Tobacco-Free Steering Committee, which is pushing for the ban.
She ticks off her reasons: There is no safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke, according to the U.S. surgeon general; cigarette butts are an environmental problem; and the ban, she believes, will help reduce smoking rates. Studies since 2000 indicate such restrictions can help make nonsmoking the social norm, said Carney, associate dean for public health at UVM College of Medicine and a former Vermont health commissioner. As a result, some people quit and others never start, Carney said. Roughly a quarter of student smokers at UVM start when they come to the school, according to a survey cited by Carney. She said other colleges have found it takes two to three years to successfully roll out a ban, and UVM wants to take the time to do it right. "You just don't flip the switch," Carney said, noting that the university has been working up to zero tolerance for tobacco with surveys, forums and quit programs targeting students and employees. But a total of 15 people attended four town-hall-style meetings on the proposed ban, said Carney. Most asked basic questions about the proposal and there was no real debate, she added. The low turnout contributed to the decision to delay implementation of the ban to "ensure that we really had made our best effort to have a campus-wide process," Carney said.


www.vermontbiz.com

"We're living in an age of growing environmental health concerns -- climate change, pollution, and ecosystem disruption -- and developing leaders in environmental public health is more important than ever," said Jan K. Carney, MD, MPH, a UVM associate dean for public health and professor of medicine overseeing the graduate public health programs.


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