Marietta Orlowski, Ph.D., MCHES
Associate Professor, Department of Community Health
Health Promotion and Education Director, Master of Public Health Program
Center for Global Healtth
3123 Research Blvd., #200
Kettering, OH 45420
Ph.D., Health Promotion and Education, The Ohio State University, 1998
M.A., Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Morehead State University, 1990
B.S., Health Promotion and Education, University of Cincinnati, 1989
Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health
Health Program Planning & Evaluation
Risk reduction in children and adolescents
- Create a Classroom that Moves! – project funded by the Ohio Department of Education
- Assessment and management of adult obesity by health care providers
- Health promotion for individuals with a disability
Society for Public Health Education
Ohio Chapter of Society for Public Health Education
American Public Health Association
Ohio Public Health Association
Martin, S., Orlowski, M. & Ellison, S. (in press). Sociodemographic factors that predict cervical cancer screenings in Ohio women with a disability. Social Work in Public Health.
Orlowski M., Ebert J.R. & Pickoff A. (July 2011). Cardiovascular health promotion in the school setting. In Berenson, G. (Ed.), Evolution of cardio-metabolic risk from birth to middle age: The Bogalusa Heart Study. New York: Springer.
Husain, M., Orlowski, M., Wonders, K. & Hallam, J. (2010). Revisiting the relationship between beliefs and mammography utilization. American Journal of Health Studies 25(2). 78 – 85.
Langlois, M. & Hart A. (2010). Go! Including movement during lines and other routines. Young Children. September, 88-93.
Langlois, M. & Hallam, J. (2010) Integrating multiple health behavior theories into program planning: The PER worksheet. Health Promotion Practice 11(2), 282-288.
Moore, D., Langlois, M., Gerber, B., Gadis, R., Hallam, J. & Arnold, R. (2007). Intention to quit tobacco among individuals in alcohol and drug treatment. Substance Use and Misuse 42(5), 871-879.
Langlois, M., Petosa, R. & Hallam, J. (2005). Measuring self-efficacy and outcome expectations for resisting social pressures to smoke. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse 15 (2), 1-17.
Langlois, M., Petosa, R. & Hallam, J. (1999). Why do effective smoking prevention programs work? Student changes in Social Cognitive Theory constructs. Journal of School Health 69(8), 326-331.
Martin, S. & Orlowski, M. (2011 October). Health Promotion for Individuals with a Disability. Ohio Society for Public Health Education. Loudenville, OH.
Adkins, S., Orlowski, M. & Ellison, S. (2011 November). Assessment and Management of Adult Obesity in Primary Care Practice. American Public Health Association, Washington DC.
Orlowski, M. (2010, April). Wisdom from a Seasoned Health Educator. Ohio Environmental Health Association Annual Meeting. Columbus Ohio.
Martin, S., Orlowski, M. & Ellison, S. (2010, November). Sociodemographic Factors that Predict Cervical Cancer Screenings in Ohio Women with a Medical Disability. American Public Health Association. Denver, CO.
Langlois, M. & Hallam J. (2009, April). Create a Moving Classroom: Using Lines to Teach about Movement. American Association for Health Education’s 2009 Annual Convention, Tampa, FL.
Jagger-Mescher, J. & Langlois, M. (2008, December). National Health Education Standards: Shaping Health Behaviors. Ohio Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance Pre-Conference Workshop. Columbus, OH.
Langlois M. (2008, September). Principles of Health Education and Promotion in Prevention. The Consortium for Southeastern Hypertension Control 2008 Scientific Session. Baltimore MD.