University of Iowa

Shelly Campo

Shelly Campo
Associate Professor, College of Public Health
Biography 

Dr. Campo’s research and teaching have centered on health communication and social marketing. Her work focuses on how to encourage more informed decision making and to encourage healthy behaviors.  Most of her work has focused on reducing risk through identifying and attempting to influence individual, family and health care provider variables that impact behaviors in a wide variety of populations, particularly those with health disparities (rural, ethnic minorities, LGBT, low income).

Related Projects

2018-2019

2017-2018

2015-2016

Iowa City - Bicycle Safety and Use Campaigns

Students in the Public Health Program completed two projects, both of which focused on increasing awareness and use of safe road-sharing behaviors and bicycling transportation in Iowa City. The first project was focused on the creation of a communications campaign about how sharrows are understood...

2014-2015

Iowa City - Community Radon Campaign

Students in the College of Public Health worked in three groups that targeted different sectors of the Iowa population: the aging population, parents of elementary-aged children, and homeowners in Iowa City to look at the levels of radon in these sectors. Each group researched best methods to reach...

2013-2014