Alumna Josie Rudolphi (17PhD) is currently an associate research scientist with the National Farm Research Center in Marshfield, Wis. She recently was a guest on Dairy Radio Now where she discussed research in the area of farmer mental health and resources to deal with stress.
Corinne Peek-Asa, CPH professor of occupational and environmental health, talks about some of the stressors and uncertainties that farmers face in a special report on the future of American farms. (Fox News)
A relatively low portion of accidents between farm equipment and passenger vehicles involve alcohol. But those that do tend to be more dangerous and deadly, according to a new study out of the University of Iowa.
Karisa Harland, UI adjunct assistant professor of emergency medicine, led the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health-funded research from the UI’s Great Plains Center for Agriculture Health.
She said the hope for the study — published this month in “Traffic Injury Prevention,” a bimonthly peer-reviewed journal — is to educate motorists and farmers and encourage preventive practices. (Read more in The Gazette)