Community Health & Social Medicine
Dr. Faith Miller-Sethi is a Clinical Professor in the CUNY School of Medicine 's Department of Community Health and Social Medicine. She is the Course Director for Evaluation in Healthcare Settings, and prior to working at CUNY her work focused on the role of community-level factors on adverse health outcomes. She is a public health practitioner at heart and has been engaged in a broad range of applied public health initiatives in the nonprofit, philanthropic and private sector. Dr. Miller-Sethi also has experience leading a community development organization, performing public health consultation, and leading public health initiatives.
Diabetes, Obesity, Non-Communicable Disease, Cancer, Mental Health, Global Health, Health Disparities
Hankerson, Sidney H., Kenneth Wells, Martha Adams Sullivan, Joyce Johnson, Laura Smith, La'Shay Crayton, Faith Miller-Sethi et al. "Partnering with African American churches to create a community coalition for mental health." Ethnicity & disease 28, no. Supp (2018): 467-474.