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Give the Gift of Publishing Until December 5!​

Tickets for BCPH’s popular live training, How to Start and Run an Academic Journal, are on sale for $20.00 from now until December 5, 2021, 12:00 PM PST. That’s an 80% discount!


Act now – seats are limited and will sell out!

 

 Don’t miss your chance to learn how to: 

 

  • Select a journal name
  • Recruit/manage an editorial board and reviewer pool
  • Set up a manuscript submissions
  • Establish a publishing platform
  • Conduct marketing and promotion
  • Establish DOIs and indexing

 

Participants are invited to sign up for a free, personalized 30-minute post-training consultation.    

Select the training date best for you by December 5!

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HPHR Invites Applications for Reviewers

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. 

HPHR Fellows Interview Dr. Anthony S. Fauci

HPHR Fellows Ryan Sutherland and Javaid Iqbal recently met with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Chief Medical Advisor to the President and Director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).

A Conversation with Journalist Abené Clayton, Part II

In the Crosshairs: On Gender, Race, and Firearm Violence  By Dr. Caroline Light A Conversation

A Conversation with Journalist Abené Clayton, Part I​

In the Crosshairs: On Gender, Race, and Firearm Violence  By Dr. Caroline Light A Conversation

Dr. Caroline Light

Columnist – Dr. Caroline Light

Dr. Caroline Light is a Senior Lecturer and Director of Undergraduate Studies in Harvard’s Program in Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality.

PHR Fellows - Randevyn Pierre

Columnist – Randevyn Pierre

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.

HPHR Fellow Ellen Considine

Columnist – Ellen Considine

Ellen Considine is a first-year PhD student at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Dr. Ryan Montoya

Columnist – Dr. Ryan Montoya

Dr. Ryan Montoya is the Primary Care Medical Director at Planned Parenthood Metropolitan Washington, in Washington, DC.

HPHR Fellow Ananya Awasthi

Dr. Ananya Awasthi is the Assistant Director for the Harvard School of Public Health- India Research Center.

HPHR Fellow Dr. Hannah Nazri

Columnist – Dr. Hannah Nazri

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.

Columnist – Penny Sun

Penny Sun just finished her MPH student in the Global Health department, with a certificate in leadership studies, from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

HPHR Fellow Sofia Weiss Goitiandia

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.

HPHR Fellow Naomi Fukuda

Columnist – Naomi Fukuda

Naomi Fukuda is a pre-dental student at Haverford College.

The Humor Scientist: Ep3 Now Available

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.

Edition 50 – New Article

Edition 50 – New Article

New Article By Haya Mohammed Abujledan, Ibrahim Ayman Abdullah, Mahmoud Bassiony, Nusaibah Tawfik ALsanabani Share

dition 48 – Impacts of Starvation and War Conflicts in Yemen During COVID-19 Pandemic

Impacts of Starvation and War Conflicts in Yemen During COVID-19 Pandemic Nusaibah Tawfik ALsanabani, Haya

Edition 48 – An Epidemic Within a Pandemic: The Impact of COVID-19 on Substance Use in the United States

An Epidemic Within a Pandemic: The Impact of COVID-19 on Substance Use in the United

Edition 48 – Bilingual Free Clinics: A Win-Win for Students and Patients or an Ethical Quandary?

Bilingual Free Clinics: A Win-Win for Students and Patients or an Ethical Quandary? By Amanda

Edition 48 – Brazil and a Tragedy Foretold

Brazil and a Tragedy Foretold By Marcela Almeida Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter

Edition 48 – Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic in Response to Global HIV Infection, with Focus on Pakistan

Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic in Response to Global HIV Infection, with Focus on Pakistan By

Edition 48 – Applicability of Virtual Reality Interventions for COVID-19 Pediatric Patients

Applicability of Virtual Reality Interventions for COVID-19 Pediatric Patients By Sahana Arkalgud Share on facebook

Edition 48 – Medical School During a Pandemic: A Retrospective Study on US Medical School Reopening Policies

Medical School During a Pandemic: A Retrospective Study on U.S. Medical School Reopening Policies By

Edition 48 – Anger in the Time of Corona: A Call to Meaningful Activism in Public Health

Anger in the Time of Corona: A Call to Meaningful Activism in Public Health By

Edition 50 – Subtle Asian Glow: A Digital Substance Use Prevention Platform for Asian Populations

Subtle Asian Glow: A Digital Substance Use Prevention Platform for Asian Populations By Cindy Chwa

Edition 48 – Malaria Amidst COVID-19 in the Central African Republic

Malaria Amidst COVID-19 in the Central African Republic By Samar Mohammed Alhaj, Khlood Fathi Hassan,

Edition 48 – Disposable Masks: A Potential Source of Environmental Pollution and Hygiene

Measures Against Disposable Masks: A Potential Source of Environmental and Biological Pollution By Nayab Sheikh

Edition 58 – Partnering for Human Trafficking Prevention: Implementing Love146's Not a Number Curriculum through Minnesota's Safe Harbor Program

Partnering for Human Trafficking Prevention: Implementing Love146’s Not a Number Curriculum through Minnesota’s Safe Harbor

Edition 47 – Medication Overload: An Overlooked Public Health Burden

Medication Overload: An Overlooked Public Health Burden By Ednner Oketch, MSc, MPH Share on facebook

Edition 32 – Necessity Is the Mother of Invention: Advocating for Alternatives to Banked Blood

Necessity Is the Mother of Invention: Advocating for Alternatives to Banked Blood By Anusha Jayaram;

Edition 58 – Human Trafficking

Edition 58 addresses the public health implications of human trafficking.

Edition 54 – Legislation Study in Public Health: An Exploration of the Mental Health Ordinance in Hong Kong

Legislation Study in Public Health: An Exploration of the Mental Health Ordinance in Hong Kong

Edition 50 – Addition and Substance Use

In this edition, HPHR addresses addiction and substance use.

Edition 48 – COVID-19

Edition 48 – COVID-19

Edition 48 marks our fourth volume of COVID-19 research.

Edition 47 – General Edition

Edition 47 explores a diverse range of public health issues.

HPHR Author Insight of the Week

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.  

The Practice of Medicine — Hazy or Invisible Lines

The Practice of Medicine — Hazy or Invisible Lines Dr. Stephen Landy, MD, FAAN, FAHS

A Conversation with Journalist Abené Clayton, Part II

In the Crosshairs: On Gender, Race, and Firearm Violence  By Dr. Caroline Light A Conversation

A Conversation with Journalist Abené Clayton, Part I​

In the Crosshairs: On Gender, Race, and Firearm Violence  By Dr. Caroline Light A Conversation

“Imagine working in an office where you know that everyone who comes through the doors is gonna die. I remember telling one of my clients who was dying that I didn’t know if I could continue doing the work anymore, because I wasn't making a difference and I couldn't keep watching people die. He told me I had an obligation to help everyone I saw, even if I only saved one life in all the time I worked in HIV/AIDS. That was over 30 years ago." - Earl Fowlkes

in this final instalment of Sofia and Dalia’s interview, Dalia synthesises her experiences as an activist in the field of Sexual and Reproductive Health, and shares her views on what 'Decolonising Global Health' means in practice.

Do Not Underestimate the Healing Power of Change

Do Not Underestimate the Healing Power of Change By Dr. Divij Sharma, MBBS Bombay Hospital

Racism Is a Disease

Racism Is a Disease

Racism Is a Disease By Payton Kim Racism Is a Disease When addressing health disparities,

Black Lives Matter Protest in Portland, OR, USA

Black Lives Matter Protest in Portland, OR, USA By Tsechu Dolma Black Lives Matter Protest

A Tibetan-American Family Dealing with COVID in Queens, NY

A Tibetan-American Family Dealing with COVID-19 in Queens, NY By Tsechu Dolma A Tibetan-American Family

Shifting the Narrative … Subtly

Shifting the Narrative…Subtly Interview by Dr. Yulin Hswen, University of San Francisco, Department of Epidemiology

In the second installment of this article series, Sofia and Dalia discuss Female Genital Mutilation and Dalia’s activism towards ending it in her home country of Sudan. Please be aware that these sensitive topics may be distressing for some readers.

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.

Pink Pistols

In the Crosshairs: On Gender, Race, and Firearm Violence  By Dr. Caroline Light Introducing “In

HPHR Fellows Interview Anthony S. Fauci, MD, Chief Medical Advisor to the President & NIAID Director

Special Interview withAnthony S. Fauci, MD Conducted by HPHR Fellows Alumni Ryan Sutherland, MPH and

Dr. Ryan Montoya - Abortion Consultation

Dr. Ryan Montoya sheds light on providing abortion consultations via telehealth during the pandemic.

How does wildfire smoke impact our health, and how can we reduce this harm?

Sleep and Mental Health in Students

Sleep and Mental Health in Students By James Davis Sleep and Mental Health in Students

Randevyn Pierre discusses "Black Healthcare Hesitancy and Its Impact The 100 Series"

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.

Randevyn Pierre discusses "Black Healthcare Hesitancy and Its Impact Profile 104: Healthcare Through Angela’s Eyes (Part 2 of 2)

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.

Lindsay Rosenfeld, ScD, ScM highlights absurdities of navigating the modern health care system for children with complex needs (#8)

How can we provide the best care for our children if the process is so complex, and sometimes absurd?