College of Health Professions
School of Health Sciences
Master of Public Health (MPH)
Dr. Fraser has been teaching public health courses at the graduate level for over 20 years. Prior to that time, she worked in various public health settings in a range of areas including STD/HIV testing; HIV/AIDS counselling and education; best practices for seniors and medications; and organ transplantation.
She currently teaches in the MPH program in the School of Health Sciences and works with doctoral students engaged in their dissertation work.
PhD, University of South Carolina
MA, The Ohio State University
BPE, McMaster University
River Valley Coop, Board of Directors - Northampton, MA United States
Forbes Library, Board Member - Northampton, MA United States
Awards / Honors
Presidential Award for Faculty Excellence, 2020
Brockmeier Outstanding Teacher Award, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 2001
Santella, A. J., Fraser, J., Prehn, A. W., Boye-Codjoe, E. (2016). Willingness of Australian health educators and health promotion officers to conduct rapid HIV testing.. Health promotion journal of Australia : official journal of Australian Association of Health Promotion Professionals.
Santella, A. J., Fraser, J., Prehn, A. W. (2016). Willingness of certified health education specialists to conduct rapid HIV testing: results from the promoting research on methods in screening expertise study. Health promotion practice.
Fraser, J., Prehn, A. W., Santella, A. (2014). Testing the waters: Are health education specialists willing to conduct rapid HIV testing? .
Santella, A. J., Prehn, A. W., Seubert, D., Fraser, J., Hillman, R. J. (2013). Testing the waters: Are Australian health promotion practitioners willing to conduct rapid HIV testing?. Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine.