Dr. Caroline Light is a Senior Lecturer and Director of Undergraduate Studies in Harvard’s Program in Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality.
Randevyn is a Colorado native, and matriculated from Colorado Technical University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and a Master’s degree in Business Administration.
Dr. Hannah Nazri is a specialty trainee in obstetrics & gynaecology at the United Kingdom's National Health Service England and a DPhil candidate in Obstetrics & Gynaecology with a focus on endometriosis pathophysiology and biomarker research at the University of Oxford.
Sofia Weiss Goitiandia (she/her) is a medical student holding a BA in Natural Sciences (specialisation: Neurosciences) from the University of Cambridge, who will also complete her MSc in Global Health at Karolinska Institutet in June 2021.
Watch the third episode of The Humor Scientist with Matt Kazam, on HPHR.org. In this episode, “Work and The Great Resignation,” Matt explores whether humor can improve workplace culture.
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Special Interview withAnthony S. Fauci, MD Conducted by HPHR Fellows Alumni Ryan Sutherland, MPH and
Former President Barack Obama is famously quoted as saying, “we have more in common than we have things that divide us.” This philosophy may or may not have moved the needle on this country’s politics around human decency, but perhaps it offers us a start to reducing healthcare hesitancy in exam rooms all over the United States.
During Angela Braden's battle to preserve her sight, the medical mistrust of her support system took an unexpected turn as her Black family immediately questioned the qualifications and competence of a Black physician. Soon thereafter, they were confronted with their worse fears.
How can we provide the best care for our children if the process is so complex, and sometimes absurd?
Housing is Health. Health Equity is Health Literacy. What can we do to make systems better so people can use them and improve their health?
As the world’s fourth most populated country with a population that exceeds 270 million, Indonesia has reported over 2.7 million COVID-19 infections. Recent surges have exposed the vulnerability of the Indonesian healthcare system, overwhelming overburdened medical facilities. Will Indonesia become the next global epicenter for the virus, replacing India and Brazil?
The blog discusses WHO's MPOWER strategy and how it can be applied to promote a Healthy Food Environment.
The blog discusses the need for knowledge translation to promote an evidence based agenda for India's nutrition policy and action agenda.
Dr. Hannah Nazri recommends three books to understand how politics and economic climate, and culture can impact a patient's journey in accessing healthcare especially if they are women.
Dr. Hannah Nazri tells us why she is passionate about combining activism into her clinical work and research interests, the nature of science and how medicine cannot work in silo.
Health with Humanity By Joanna Burke-Bajaj One Health: An emerging public health field with the opportunity
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