Edition 14 – Health Reform in the U.S.: Same Evidence, Different Frames

Edition 14 – Health Reform in the U.S.: Same Evidence, Different Frames

Health Reform in the U.S.: Same Evidence, Different Frames By Eric Coles Citation Coles E. Health reform in the U.S. HPHR. Fall 2018;14.  Health Reform in the U.S.: Same Evidence, Different Frames Though many celebrated the Republican failure last year to pass health care reform, it also contained a dark lining. For those who want […]

Edition 14 – Thank You, Mr. Thomas Eric Duncan

Edition 14 – Thank You, Mr. Thomas Eric Duncan

Thank You, Mr. Thomas Eric Duncan By Leigh B. Grossman, MD Citation Grossman L. Thank you, Mr. Thomas Eric Duncan. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;14.  Thank You, Mr. Thomas Eric Duncan I write to extend my gratitude to Mr. Thomas E. Duncan for having personally transported the Ebola virus to the United States. In […]

Edition 14 – Implications of Robotic Surgery

Figure 2 Implications of Robotic Surgery

Implications of Robotic Surgery By Eric Starble Citation Starble E. Implications of robotic surgery. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;14.  Executive Summary The interest that I have in robotic surgery stems from the discrepancies between literature at the time that my current hospital purchased their system and the aggressive marketing campaign from the parent company. […]

Edition 14 – Contingent Workers and Occupational Health: A Review on the Health Effects of Non-Traditional Work Arrangements

Edition 14 – Contingent Workers and Occupational Health: A Review on the Health Effects of Non-Traditional Work Arrangements

Contingent Workers and Occupational Health: A Review on the Health Effects of Non-Traditional Work Arrangements By Garry L. Mullins Jr. Citation Mullins G. Contingent workers and occupational health. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;14.  The goal of this review is to show a relationship between employment arrangements and occupational health of workers, where contingency of […]