Assistant Professor of Health Professions
M PH, 2008, CUNY Hunter Coll; PHD, 2007, CUNY Gr Sch & Univ Cnt; MA, 2005, CUNY Queens Coll; BFA, 1992, New York Univ (NYU)
Martine Hackett is an assistant professor in the master of public health and community health programs at Hofstra University whose research interests include maternal-child health, infant mortality, health communication and health disparities.
Her previous work experience is as a deputy director at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Bureau of Maternal, Infant and Reproductive Health and as a television producer.
Dr. Hackett received her BFA in film and television from New York University in film and television, a master of public health from Hunter College and a doctorate in sociology from the City University of New York Graduate Center.
Teaching Interestsintro to public health, program evaluation, health communication, research methods
Research Interestsmaternal-child health, SIDS, infant injury, breastfeeding promotion, health communication and health disparities. Public health issues in the suburbs and video narratives to achieve health equity.
Recent Courses Taught
|CCE 110||COMMUNITY-BASED INTERNSHIP||Undergraduate|
|COMH 210||STRATEGIES ASSESSNG COMH PRGMS||Graduate|
|HPR 073||FRAMEWORK & DESIGN HEALTH CARE||Undergraduate|
|HPR 150||HONORS ESSAY/PROJECT||Undergraduate|
|HPR 157A||FIELD EXPERIENCE: CMNTY HEALTH||Undergraduate|
|HPR 157B||FIELD EXPERIENCE: CMNTY HEALTH||Undergraduate|
|HPR 167A||CLINICAL INTERNSHIP & SEMINAR||Undergraduate|
|HPR 167B||CLINICAL INTERNSHIP & SEMINAR||Undergraduate|
|MPH 200||INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HEALTH||Graduate|
|MPH 230||INTERNSHIP & LEADERSHIP SEMINR||Graduate|
|MPH 231||MPH CULMINATING EXPERIENCE||Graduate|
|MPH 280G||QUALITATIVE RESEARCH||Graduate|
Hofstra Dome 130
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