Edition 48 – An Opportunity for Cross-jurisdictional Learning: COVID Response Virtual Learning Cafe

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An Opportunity for Cross-jurisdictional Learning: COVID Response Virtual Learning Cafes By Hanna Tessema DrPH, MPH, MSW and Anne E. Siegle, DrPH Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Tessema H. Siegle A. An opportunity for cross-jurisdictional learning: COVID response virtual learning cafes. HPHR. 2021;48.   An Opportunity for Cross-jurisdictional Learning: […]

Edition 48 –Tackling COVID-19 in Resource-constrained Settings: Experiences from India and Vietnam

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Tackling COVID-19 in Resource-constrained Settings: Experiences from India and Vietnam By Linh Vu Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Vu L. Tackiling COVID-19 in resource-constrained settings:experiences from India and Vietnam. HPHR. 2021;48.   Tackling COVID-19 in Resource-Constrained Settings: Experiences from India and Vietnam Abstract SARS-CoV-2 is a novel […]

Edition 48 – The importance of telemedicine in Brazil during the COVID-19 outbreak

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The Importance of Telemedicine in Brazil During the COVID-19 Outbreak By Rafael Knack MD​, Taliê Hanada MS, Kamilla Mayr MS, Renata Knack SD/ScD, Samy Dana PhD Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Knack R, Hanada T, Mayr K, Knack R, Dana S. The importance of telemedicine in Brazil […]

Edition 48 – Muslim-majority countries have fewer COVID-19 cases and deaths: A cross-country analysis of 165 country during the 3 global peak dates in 2020

Muslim-majority Countries Have Fewer COVID-19 Cases and Deaths: A Cross-country Analysis of 165 Countries During the 3 Global Peak Dates in 2020 Ponn P. Mahayosnand MPH, Gloria Gheno PhD, ZM Sabra, DM Sabra Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Mahayosnand P. Sabra Z. Sabra D. Muslim-majority countries have […]

Edition 43 – Out of the Shadows: Centering the “T” in LGBTQ+ Health Care

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Out of the Shadows: Centering the “T” in LGBTQ+ Health Care By Ellis P. Barrera Citation Barrrera E. Out of the shadows: centering the “T” in LGBTQ+ Health Care. HPHR. 2021;35. Out of the Shadows: Centering the “T” in LGBTQ+ Health Care Introduction “Gender is not sex; it’s not attraction, it’s not orientation, it’s a […]

Edition 53 – Beyond Performative Activism- An Exploration of Motivators to Participate in Anti-Racist Activism Through the Lens of Self-Determination Theory

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Beyond Performative Activism: An Exploration of Motivators to Participate in Anti-Racist Activism Through the Lens of Self-Determination Theory Munjireen S. Sifat, PhD, MPH; Shawn C. Chiang, MPH; Nazra Amin; Samira Traore; Ans Irfan, MD, EdD, MPH; Kerry M. Green, PhD Citation Sifat M, Chiang S, Amin N, Traore S, Irfan A, Green K. Beyond performative […]

Edition 38 – Decriminalizing HIV in Colombia

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Decriminalizing HIV in Colombia By Johnattan Garcia Ruiz, MPH, LLB; Sergio Duran Silva LLB; Lina Maria Caicedo Rodriguez, LLB; Maria Alejandra Perez Rodríguez, LLB; Diego Duarte Escobar, LLB; Alejandro Leon Marin, LLB Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Garcia Ruiz J, Duran Silva S, Caicedo Rodriguez L, Perez […]