Angie Cummings, DrPH
Department or Service
- Texas Medical Center
Assistant Professor, Section of Public Health & Child Abuse Pediatrics
Baylor College of Medicine
|The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston – School of Public Health||postgraduate education||Doctorate of Public Health||2013|
|University of South Florida – College of Public Health||masters||Master of Science in Public Health||2009|
|Framingham State University||masters||Master of Education in Teaching||2005|
|Texas Christian University||bachelors||Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education||1999|
Angie Cummings, DrPH is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics within Baylor College of Medicine’s Section of Public Health Pediatrics. Her current projects include: evaluation of integrated behavioral health in community-based pediatric practices, evaluation of a community outreach program for pregnant women at risk of substance use disorder, working with a team to reimagine the pediatric primary care practice, and investigating health care utilization among children in foster care. Overall, her interests include maternal and child health research and evaluation with a focus on identification and elimination of health disparities, promoting health equity, community engagement and collaboration, global health, and program sustainability.
Angie believes in providing holistic care for children and their families and feels this care starts with community-level prevention efforts to promote equity and reduce health disparities.
|Community Collaborative for Child Health||Co-Chair|
|HealthStart Foundation||Chair, Scientific Committee|
Freeny, J., Cummings, A., Hillard Alford, M., Hanke, J., Lloyd, L., Boswell, D. (2014). Impacting Maternal and Prenatal Care Together: A collaborative effort to improve birth outcomes. Journal of Applied Research on Children: Informing Policy for Children at Risk, 5 (1), Article 18. Available at: http://digitalcommons.library.tmc.edu/childrenatrisk/vol5/iss1/18.
Uriarte, J., Cummings, A., Lloyd, L. (2014). An instructional design model for the public health workforce: Demonstration of a culturally competent model for community health worker training. Health Promotion Practice 15 (1 Suppl), 56S-63S.
Trudnak, T., Lloyd, A., Westhoff, W. W., & Corvin, J. (2011). A cardiovascular health program for Latinos supplemented with pedometers. American Journal of Health Education 42 (1), 24-29.