Dr. Caroline Light is a Senior Lecturer and Director of Undergraduate Studies in Harvard’s Program in Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality.
The Journal recently released 11 new calls for submissions on the following:
Note: These descriptions reference the old submission deadline (10/22). This new deadline supersedes all notices with that deadline.
As of September 2021, HPHR’s submission guidelines changed. Please read and follow them carefully. In addition to a cover letter, ensure that your manuscript includes ALL of the following:
Please note: Automatic desk rejections are given to materials that do not 1) use the requisite template; and/or 2) align with established guidelines. No exceptions will be given for these requirements. Authors can re-submit desk rejected manuscripts that have been properly formatted as new submissions.
Reviewers are contacted to assess submissions on an ad hoc basis. Each article will take approximately 0.5 to 2.0 hours to review on HPHR’s editorial platform, Scholastica. Reviewers are guided through the editorial process via an online form. While not required, reviewers are invited to upload copyedited drafts of the articles they review (which are de-identified by the platform).
Applications for this quarter are now being accepted until Monday, November 15, 2021.
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.
The Second Wave of SARS-CoV-2 and Its Effect on Children’s Health During the Ongoing COVID-19
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Measures Against Disposable Masks: A Potential Source of Environmental and Biological Pollution By Nayab Sheikh
Partnering for Human Trafficking Prevention: Implementing Love146’s Not a Number Curriculum through Minnesota’s Safe Harbor
Legislation Study in Public Health: An Exploration of the Mental Health Ordinance in Hong Kong
Implementation Science: An Essential Tool for Advancing DrPH Practice By Aubrey Villalobos, DrPH, MPH, MEd;
Examining Public Health Partnership with the Private Sector through the Lens of Power and Commercial
What Is Making Black Women Fat? An Examination of the Impact of Race and Racism
Author Anna Bogursky discusses her article, “It’s Time to Combat Stubborn Insurance Companies: Bariatric Patients Deserve to Live” in Edition 28 of HPHR, which is our featured HPHR Author Insight of the week. Watch all of the HPHR Author Insights here and on our YouTube channel.
Randevyn Pierre has collected and shared the experiences of a number of African Americans around healthcare hesitancy and medical mistrust. In this piece, he exposes his own thoughts and experiences in navigating his journey through the healthcare landscape. Pierre also infuses key learnings from his public health knowledge as well as other accounts from interviewees.
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.