|Beth Moracco, PhD|
|Research Associate Professor
Adjunct Associate Professor
Maternal and Child Health
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
|1999||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||PhD, Health Behavior and Health Education|
|1992||University Carolina at Chapel Hill||MPH, Health Behavior and Health Education|
|HBHE 772||Planning Health Promotion Programs in Medical, Worksite and Community Settings||Syllabus|
|HBHE 741||Capstone II: Intervention Implementation, Evaluation and Dissemination|
Dr. Moracco conducts applied research on the primary and secondary prevention of violence, primarily gender-based violence in global and domestic settings. Her work is focused on evaluating violence prevention programs and policies while simultaneously building the capacity of stakeholders to design and evaluate their own interventions.
MPH Program Director
|Moracco KE, Clark KA, Buchanan RM, Espersen CE, Bowling JM. (2010)|
Who are the defendants in Domestic Violence Protection Order cases?.
Violence Against Women: vol.16, p.1201-1223.
|Moracco KE, Cole TB. (2009)|
Preventing Intimate Partner Violence: Screening is not enough.
JAMA: vol.32, p.568-570.
|Gomez AM, Speizer IS, Moracco, KE. (2011)|
Links between gender equity and Intimate Partner Violence among urban Brazilian youth.
Journal of Adolescent Health: vol.49, p.393-399.
|Smith PH, White JW, Moracco KE. (2009)|
A theoretical explanation of gendered social structures and social networks that shape adolescent interpersonal aggression.
Psychology of Women Quarterly: vol.33, p.25-29.
|Moracco KE, Runyan CW, Bowling JM, Earp JL. (2007)|
Women's experiences with violence: A national study.
Women and Health: vol.17, p.3-12.