Dr. Kristy Hamilton
Part-time Faculty - College of Health and Human Services
Dr. Kristy Hamilton, PhD, focuses her teaching practice in Health Sciences and on specific professional, communications, and personal qualities and skills such as excellence and accountability; integrity and respect; dedication, humanity, and compassion; inspiration and creativity, and cultural competence and sensitivity.
Dr. Hamilton’s research expertise is linked to acculturation, health behavior, and cultural issues related to obesity, physical activity, and dietary practices among Latino adults. She is also interested in the research areas of global and public health sciences and practice, research methodology, cultural diversity, nutrition, and cardiometabolic diseases.
- Master of Science in Health Sciences
- Hamilton, K. (2015). Impact of Acculturation and Health Behavior Characteristics on BMI Among Hispanic Adults: The Central East Florida Acculturation-Obesity Study (CEFAOS) (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global (Order No. 3691128).
- Status: U.S. Army Veteran