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Mark Schure, PhD

Mark Schure

Assistant Professor

Community Health

305 Herrick Hall
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717-3540
mark.schure@montana.edu
406.994.3248

Mark Schure, PhD, received his doctorate in Public Health at Oregon State University’s School of Social and Behavioral Health Sciences.  Upon receiving his master’s degree at Montana State University, he worked for three years at the local health department as a health promotion specialist.  He has worked on several types of community-based health research programs in Montana and Oregon.

Programs and Research Projects

  • Qualitative analysis of the effects of a mindfulness-based stress-reduction program on Veteran’s diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Quantitative analysis of intimate partner relationship quality as it relates to Veteran’s post-traumatic stress disorder symptom severity and intimate partner violence

Specialties and Interests

  • Mental health correlates with other health outcomes
  • Access to mental health care in rural communities
  • Community-based aging resource needs for older adults
  • Community engagement for leveraging social capital