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Service

Faculty from the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine currently provides service through the following organizations and activities:

  • AHRQ Patient Safety Indicators Report, Stanford University–UCSF Evidence Based Practice Center
  • American Journal of Public Health Editorial Board
  • American Public Health Association, Medical Care Section
  • big bend area health education center board of directors
  • Emory University Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Center Advisory Board
  • FAMU Department of Social Work, Field Education Advisory Committee
  • Florida Department of Health Central Office Performance Improvement Advisory Council<
  • Florida Public Interest Research Group Health Care Advisory Council
  • Florida Public Health Practice Based Research Network
  • FSU College of Social Work, Field Education Advisory Committee
  • Institute of Medicine of the National Academies Committee on Public Health Strategies to Improve Health
  • Journal of Patient Safety Editorial Board
  • Journal of Rural Health Editorial Board
  • National Rural Health Association, Government Affairs Committe
  • Neighborhood Health Services, Board of Directors
  • Orange County Health Department Community Health Initiative Advisory Board
  • Public Health Accreditation Board, Board of Directors
  • Public Health Accreditation Board Research and Evaluation Committee
  • Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, Patient Safety Committee
  • Walsh Center for Rural Health Analysis Advisory Board


The following includes sites where faculty from the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine (BSSM) provide clinical services:

  • Gadsden County, FL School-Based Health Clinics:
    These school-based clinics provide integrated healthcare services to elementary and middle school students in this rural, underserved community.
  • Healthcare Network of Southwest Florida, Immokalee, FL:
    Individuals affiliated with BSSM provide care to children and their families within integrated pediatric health clinics that address physical, mental, and behavioral wellness.
  • Telehealth Services
  • International Outreach:
    Kim Driscoll, PhD is active in mission trips to Africa and South America
  • Leon County School System
  • Neighbor Hood Health Services
  • Tallahassee Memorial Hospital

For more information about these clinical service and outreach opportunities, please contact the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine, 850-644-3457.