HPHR Fellow, Dr. Heather Tillewein, does an in-depth interview with conversion therapy survivor, Clare Killman. This interview looks into Clare’s family background and the extent her family took to prevent Clare from living as a Transgender Female. Clare Killman discusses what it was like during conversion therapy and the lasting impact this form of therapy has had on her life.
Dr. Tillewein discusses the barriers that transgender individuals face when trying to access health care. Transgender individuals face several barriers with insurance, medical providers, and and accessing gender based services. Also, this blog will discuss the lack of education on transgender health that providers have.
Do artificial intelligence engineers instill their own racial and gender biases? If so, how do these biases impact the lives of gender minority groups?
This blog will focus on the realities of how traditional/cultural body modification reinforces gender violence due to cultural norms.
This blog will focus on the realities of conversion therapy on the LGBTQ community, and suggest policy changes to eliminate its use.
Edition 31 – Aftermath as Disaster: An Evaluation of Disaster, Capitalism, and The Evolution of Healthcare Delivery in New Orleans 15 Years After Katrina
Aftermath as Disaster: An Evaluation of Disaster Capitalism and The Evolution of Healthcare Delivery in New Orleans 15 Years After Katrina By Brandon R. McBay Citation McBay B. Aftermath as disaster: An evaluation of disaster capitalism and the evolution of healthcare delivery in New Orleans 15 years after Katrina. HPHR. 2021;31. Aftermath as Disaster: An […]
Ending the Opioid Crisis in Five Years By Kelly O’Connor Citation O’Connor K. Ending the opioid crisis in five years. HPHR. 2021; 30. Ending the Opioid Crisis in Five Years Introduction In 2017, 70,237 people died from drug overdose; my little sister Jenny was just one of them. I watched her die from prescription opioids […]
Public Trust in Public Health: The Crisis of Confidence and its Consequences By Eskira Kahsay Citation Kahsay E. Public trust in public health: The Crisis of confidence and its consequences. HPHR. 2021; 30. Public Trust in Public Health: The Crisis of Confidence and its Consequences Abstract Trust is a great privilege that, for many, affords […]
The Case Against Monetary Behavioral Incentives in the Context of COVID-19 Vaccination By Ana Santos Rutschman and Timothy L. Wiemken Citation Rutschman A, Wiemken T. The case against monetary behavioral incentives in the context of COVID-19 vaccination. HPHR. 2021; 27. The Case Against Monetary Behavioral Incentives in the Context of COVID-19 Vaccination Abstract Here, we […]
Globalization, Urbanization and COVID-19: Implications for a World All Too Connected By Simisola Johnson Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Johnson S. Globalization, urbanization and COVID-19: Implications for a world all too connected. HPHR. 2021; 27. Globalization, Urbanization and COVID-19: Implications for a World All Too Connected Introduction […]