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Prof. Orna Baron-EpelResearcher


Haifa University

Job title

Professor; Head of the health promotion program in the School of Public Health


Mount Carmel
Haifa 31905


Public Health, Sociology

Specialist areas

Health promotion
Social epidemiology
Injury prevention

Methodology areas



Orna Baron-Epel is a Professor (PHD MPH) and head of the health promotion program at the school of Public Health, Haifa University in Israel.
Her research interests are mainly in the social determinants that effect health among Jews and Arabs in Israel and in identifying factors that may decrease these inequalities. In Addition, her research includes differences health behaviors in the various population groups in Israel such as smoking, early detection of cancer. These are studied in order to identify health promoting activities that may reduce the inequalities.