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 20 – A New Way Forward: Recognizing the Importance of HIV in Controlling Tuberculosis among Canada’s Indigenous Population

A New Way Forward: Recognizing the Importance of HIV in Controlling Tuberculosis among Canada’s Indigenous Population

A New Way Forward: Recognizing the Importance of HIV in Controlling Tuberculosis among Canada’s Indigenous Population By Dakoda J. Herman Citation Herman D. The importance of HIV in controlling tuberculosis among Canada’s indigenous population. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;20. A New Way Forward: Recognizing the Importance of HIV in Controlling Tuberculosis among Canada’s Indigenous Population […]

Edition 20 – Dying in the Shadows: Suicide Among the Homeless

Edition 20 – Dying in the Shadows: Suicide Among the Homeless

Dying in the Shadows: Suicide Among the Homeless By Lori Holleran and Gabrielle Poon Citation Holleran L, Poon G. Dying in the shadows: suicide among the homeless. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;20. Dying in the Shadows: Suicide Among the Homeless According to the 2017 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress, conducted by the U.S. Department […]