|Adjunct Associate Professor
|1971||School of Public Health, UNC-CH||MSPH, Biostatistics|
Priscilla A. Guild, M.S.P.H. is a Senior Fellow and Retired Deputy Director for Administration at the UNC-CH Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research. While at the Sheps Center (1971-2008), she designed and implemented information systems for program management and evaluation at two community health centers in North Carolina; coordinated the evaluation of the North Carolina Regionalized Perinatal Care Program; and was instrumental in the development of the North Carolina Health Professions Data System. In addition, for 25 years she was the Principal Investigator of the Region IV Network for Data Management and Utilization Project that is in its 26th year. The project developed a set of women and infant health indicators for use in planning and evaluation and provided technical assistance on their use for the eight states in DHHS Region IV. She also was Principal Investigator for a project to look at ways in which selected MCHB Title V Performance measures could be used to identify “best practices” to be shared with other similar states.
|Peoples-Sheps MD, Guild PA, Farel AM, Cassady CE, Kennelly J, Potrebowski PW, Waller CJ (1998)|
Model indicators for maternal and child health: An overview of process, product, and application.
Maternal and Child Health Journal: vol.2(4), p.241-256.
|Faherty KM, DeFriese GH, Guild PA, Freeman VA, Musselman DA (1997)|
Mid-course assessment of immunization registry development: The All Kids Count national program evaluation.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine: vol.1(2), p.108-114.
|Siegel E, Gillings D, Campbell S, Guild P (1986)|
Controlled Evaluation of Rural Regional Perinatal Care: Developmental and Neurologic Outcomes at 1 Year.
Pediatrics: vol.77(2), p.187-195.
|Siegel E, Gillings D, Campbell S, Guild P (1985)|
A Controlled Evaluation of Rural Regional Perinatal Care: Impact on Mortality and Morbidity.
American Journal of Public Health: vol.73(3), p.276-253.