Rebecca Andridge, PhD
The Ohio State University College of Public Health
Rebecca Andridge is an Associate Professor in the Division of Biostatistics in The Ohio State University College of Public Health. She specializes in teaching introductory graduate and undergraduate biostatistics, primarily to public health students, and was the 2011 winner of the College's Outstanding Teaching Award. She collaborates with researchers across campus, including the Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research, the Nisonger Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, and The OSU Comprehensive Cancer Center. Her research is focused on imputation methods for missing data when missingness is driven by the missing values themselves (missing not at random), primarily in large-scale probability samples.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
The BuckIPE curriculum is an integrated, longitudinal interprofessional (IP) curriculum for health professions programs at The Ohio State University, including the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Optometry, Pharmacy, Public Health, Social Work, and Veterinary Medicine. The curriculum is purposefully designed to be progressive; students advance across three levels: foundation, immersion, and mastery. In the foundation level, students learn rationale, supporting evidence, and foundational knowledge and skills for collaborative practice (IPCP). In the three…