Kailey Rose Seiler

Kailey Rose Seiler

Mentor

Dr. Elizabeth A Wood DHS MPH CTTS CHES

College

College of Public Health and Health Professions

Major

Public Health

Minor

Medical Geography

Organizations

L.E.A.P, Here's to Her, UF PIH Engage

Academic Awards

n/a

Volunteering

Shands Hospital Unit 82-MICU, UF health pediatrics Tioga, Baby Gator Lake Alice

Research Interests

Maternal and child health, reproductive health and sanitation, access to health care services in underserved populations, gender-based violence, vector borne disease control, international health and development, health care systems

Hobbies and Interests

Exploring other cultures via traveling, physical and mental fitness, hiking, snorkeling, painting, music , observing wildlife

Research Project

Exploring infant mortality drivers in Alachua County Florida : a qualitative study

This project aims to gather in depth opinions, attitudes, and specific knowledge about Alachua county’s infant mortality rate through a series of in depth interviews with experts in the field of maternal/infant health in Alachua county. A qualitative analysis will be conducted of the interviews to identify any trends in perceptions, opinions, attitudes, and specific knowledge the experts have of infant mortality in Alachua county.

  • Dr. Elizabeth A Wood DHS MPH CTTS CHES
  • Public Health
  • Medical Geography
  • Maternal and child health, reproductive health and sanitation, access to health care services in underserved populations, gender-based violence, vector borne disease control, international health and development, health care systems
  • n/a
  • L.E.A.P, Here's to Her, UF PIH Engage
  • Shands Hospital Unit 82-MICU, UF health pediatrics Tioga, Baby Gator Lake Alice
  • Exploring other cultures via traveling, physical and mental fitness, hiking, snorkeling, painting, music , observing wildlife
  • Exploring infant mortality drivers in Alachua County Florida : a qualitative study
  • This project aims to gather in depth opinions, attitudes, and specific knowledge about Alachua county’s infant mortality rate through a series of in depth interviews with experts in the field of maternal/infant health in Alachua county. A qualitative analysis will be conducted of the interviews to identify any trends in perceptions, opinions, attitudes, and specific knowledge the experts have of infant mortality in Alachua county.