Dr. Ritika Bhawal

Publications

  • Bhawal,R., Myers, M. (2020). Bringing the Planetree® Patient Centered Approach to University Education. Hawaii International Conference on Education.
  • Bhawal, R., Smith,T., & Smith, B. (2019). Adverse Childhood Experiences and Resilience Factors Associated with Higher Education Success. Spotlight on Research, Journal of Public Health,
  • Lanctot, J., Bhawal, R., Huynh,T. (2019). Merging of Pathways: A Partnership Between National University Planetree Student Committee and Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego serving as a Model for Student Committees to form Person-Centered Partnerships. Planetree Annual Conference.
  • Bhawal, R., Boman-Davis, M. (2019). Religious Service Attendance and Adolescent Female Birth Control Counseling. Oregon Public Health Association 75th Annual Confe.
  • Boman-Davis, M., Bhawal, R. (2019). Waiting to receive birth control counseling: Weighted analyses of public-use data. Western Users of SAS Software, Annual Meeting.
  • Kaye Gehrke, E., Tontz, P., Bhawal, R., Schiltz, P., Mendez, S., & Myers, M.P. (2018). A Mixed-Method Analysis of an Equine Complementary Therapy Program to Heal Combat Veterans. Journal of Complementary Medicine & Alternative He,
  • Bhawal, R., & Baptista-Saldana H. (2018). Student Centered approach for an exceptional student Experience. Poster Presentation at the Planetree Annual Confer.
  • Bhawal, R., & Pisolkar, V. (2018). Cleaning up after Super bowl- Impact of Sports Events on Sex Trafficking. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.
  • Bhawal, R & Pisolkar, V. (2017). Cultural Challenges- Immigrant victims of Intimate Partner Violence in United States of America. Poster presentation American Public Health Associa.

Presentations

  • Bhawal, R. (2018). Cultural challenges – Immigrant victims of intimate partner violence in the United States of America. Seminar presented at the Intersectionality Panel – Center of Community Solutions, San Diego, CA.
  • Bhawal, R. (2018). Caring for the Whole Person: Developing Unique Experiences and Promoting Campus-Wide Engagement between Students, Faculty, Staff, and External Affiliates. Conference presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.
  • Bhawal, R. (2016). A Systematic Review of Yoga as an Intervention for Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Conference presented at the American Public Health Association's Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
  • Bhawal, R. (2016). A systematic review of resources available for families having children with special healthcare needs in California. Conference presented at the American Public Health Association's Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
  • Bhawal, R. (2016). A Systematic Review of the existing services for domestic violence survivors. Conference presented at the American Public Health Association's Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
  • Bhawal, R. (2016). A Systematic Review of the Benefits of Yoga for Children. Conference presented at the American Public Health Association's Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
  • Bhawal, R. (2016). Changing the way we educate future healthcare workers to deliver patient-centered care. Conference presented at the American Public Health Association's Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
  • Bhawal, R. (2016). Anthropomorphic Learning Environments: The application of affective interaction in order to advance student connectedness and performance. Conference presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education 14th annual Conference, Honolulu, HI.
  • Bhawal, R. (2014). Pathways to Health: Task force on Disability and Health. Conference presented at the 20th Annual Indiana Governor's Council for People with Disabilities Conference,, Indianapolis, IN.
Dr. Ritika Bhawal

Contact Information

Dr. Ritika Bhawal

College: College of Professional Studies

Department: Community Health

Academic Program Director: Bachelor of Science Major in Public Health

rbhawal@nu.edu

(858) 309-3445

Kearny Mesa Campus

Education

Indiana Univ, Bloomington - PHD - Health Behavior