Edition 23 – Acculturation, Familial Support, and Unhealthful Dietary Patterns: Evaluating Notable Trends in a Latino Population

Graph 1. U.S.-born and foreign-born participants’ self-reported frequency of fast/packaged food consumption in the last two weeks.

Acculturation, Familial Support, and Unhealthful Dietary Patterns: Evaluating Notable Trends in a Latino Population By Lauren E. Miller, Maud Joachim-Célestin, Marisol Lara, Simone Deshields, Susanne Montgomery, Camille Clarke Citation Miller L, Joachim-Célestin M, Lara M, Deshields S, DaCosta Davis  S, Montgomery S, Clarke C. Acculturation, familial support, and unhealthful dietary patterns: evaluating notable trends in […]

Edition 20 – Representation of Ethnic Minorities in Swedish Clinical Cancer Trials: A Qualitative Study of Physicians’ Experiences

Figure 1 : Barriers to, strategies for and ethical reflections surrounding inclusions of ethnic minorities in clinical research

Representation of Ethnic Minorities in Swedish Clinical Cancer Trials: A Qualitative Study of Physicians’ Experiences By Robert Spörndly, Stefan Eriksson, and Tove E. Godskesen Citation Spörndly R, Eriksson S, and Godskesen T. Representation of ethnic minorities in Swedish clinical cancer trials: a qualitative study of physicians’ experiences. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;20. Representation of Ethnic […]

Edition 20 – One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Applying Flexibility to the Primary Care Behavioral Health Model with Transient Populations – A Brief Report

Figure 1 : PDSA Cycle – HHH

One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Applying Flexibility to the Primary Care Behavioral Health Model with Transient Populations – A Brief Report By Dr. Stacy A. Ogbeide Citation Ogbeide S. Applying flexibility to the primary care behavioral health model with transient populations. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;20. One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Applying Flexibility to the […]

Edition 23 – Optimizing Big Data to Inform the Plausibility of Patient Debt

Figure 1. Relative percentage decrease for the respondents in the NFCS survey answering “Yes” to the question, “Do you currently have any unpaid bills from a health care or medical service provider (e.g., a hospital, a doctor’s office, or a testing lab) that are past due?” States adopting Medicaid expansion as of 2015 appear in blue & non-expansion states are in orange.

Optimizing Big Data to Inform the Plausibility of Patient Debt By Sebastián R. Díaz and Vikrant Bhatnagar Citation Díaz S and Bhatnagar V. Optimizing big data to inform the plausibility of patient debt. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;23. Optimizing Big Data to Inform the Plausibility of Patient Debt Abstract In 2014, states approving the expansion of […]

Edition 23 – The Importance of Effective Communication in Healthcare Practice

Edition 23 – The Importance of Effective Communication in Healthcare Practice

The Importance of Effective Communication in Healthcare Practice By Haran Ratna Citation Ratna H. The importance of effective communication in healthcare practice. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;23. The Importance of Effective Communication in Healthcare Practice Abstract Effective communication is of the utmost importance when delivering healthcare. Without it, the quality of healthcare would be impaired. Healthcare […]

Edition 23 – Conflicts of Patient-Caregiver Communication and Some Workable Solutions

Edition 23 – Conflicts of Patient-Caregiver Communication and Some Workable Solutions

Conflicts of Patient-Caregiver Communication and Some Workable Solutions By Vanessa Collins Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Collins V. Conflicts of patient-caregiver communication and some workable solutions. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;23. Conflicts of Patient-Caregiver Communication and Some Workable Solutions Abstract Health communication is a central topic in public […]

Edition 23 – Case Report of Non-Communicable Diseases in Uganda: Addressing Challenges with Access to Healthcare and How Community Health Workers May Be a Potential Solution

Edition 23 – Case Report of Non-Communicable Diseases in Uganda: Addressing Challenges with Access to Healthcare and How Community Health Workers May Be a Potential Solution

Case Report of Non-Communicable Diseases in Uganda: Addressing Challenges with Access to Healthcare and How Community Health Workers May Be a Potential Solution By Chinelo Onyilofor Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Onyilofor C. Enough is enough: the silent rise of non-communicable diseases in Uganda. Harvard Public Health Review. […]

Edition 23 – In the Context of Palliative Care

Edition 23 – In the Context of Palliative Care

In the Context of Palliative Care By Ian Wee Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Wee I. In the context of palliative care. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;23. In the Context of Palliative Care Most, if not all, consultations often end with a sentence which sounds similar to the […]

Edition 22 – The Kids Could Be Alright: A Call for Comprehensive Sexual Education

Edition 22 – The Kids Could Be Alright: a Call for Comprehensive Sexual Education

The Kids Could Be Alright: A Call for Comprehensive Sexual Education By Kate Kollars Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Kollars K. The kids could be alright: a call for comprehensive sexual education. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;22. The Kids Could Be Alright: A Call for Comprehensive Sexual Education […]