Professional Information
Toni
Miles
Professor, Epidemiology & Biostatistics
College of Public Health
Hospital & Health Care
Education, Honors & Awards
Northwestern University; Howard University
BA Biology Northwestern University; MD Howard University; PHD Howard University
Personal Information
United States
Georgia
Athens
GSA; ASPCH
21-25 Years
Toni's work is very important for the growth of health care knowledge, and how to deal with people suffering from dementia. She has several chapters on Google scholars that have detailed information in her profession, some of these publications are titled "The significance of socioeconomic status in explaining the racial gap in chronic health conditions", "An overview of body weight of older persons, including the impact on mortality the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey i-epidemiologic follow-up study", "Normal hip and knee active range of motion: the relationship to age" and many more can be found when you Google her name. Toni has been guest speaker at The University of Texas in Austin in regards to health reform. She has also published a book named "Health Care Reform and Disparities History, Hype, Hope" This book exposes and examines how Medicare, Medicaid, and private health insurance plans combined with widespread business practices and fraud create inequity—the root cause of our dysfunctional health care system, and the reason for the rising cost of health care for all Americans. Currently she is the Director, Institute of Gerontology and Professor, Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the College of Public Health University of Georgia - Athens. She will continue to grow her research and give knowledge to hospitals, families, and independent health care workers on how to deal with dementia.
Gerontology; Epidemiology; Biostatistics
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