Edition 28 – Public Health’s Call to the People: Media Misinformation Matters

Edition 28 – Public Health’s Call to the People: Media Misinformation Matters

Public Health’s Call to the People: Media Misinformation Matters​ By Kelila Kahane, Jenna Sherman, Samantha Patella​ Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Kahane K, Sherman J, Patella S. Public health’s call to the people: media misinformation matters. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 28. Public Health’s Call to the People: […]

Edition 28 – Assessing How We Assess Decision-Making Capacity: Informed Consent Is Necessary Before Each Capacity Assessment

Edition 28 – Assessing How We Assess Decision-Making Capacity: Informed Consent Is Necessary Before Each Capacity Assessment

Assessing How We Assess Decision-Making Capacity: Informed Consent Is Necessary Before Each Capacity Assessment​ By Thomas John Pisano, Jacob Charles Shamash​ Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Pisano T, Shamash J. Assessing how we assess decision-making capacity: informed consent is necessary before each capacity assessment. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; […]

Edition 28 – The Ethics of Crisis

Edition 28 – The Ethics of Crisis

The Ethics of Crisis​ By Justice Gordon Goodman​ Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Goodman J. The ethics of crisis. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 28.  The Ethics of Crisis​ The harvest has passed, the summer has ended, and we have not been rescued. Over the breaking of […]

Edition 28 – Psychological and Behavioral Impacts of Breast Cancer on Survivors

Edition 28 – Psychological and Behavioral Impacts of Breast Cancer on Survivors

Psychological and Behavioral Impacts of Breast Cancer on Survivors​ By Kevin Davoud​ Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Davoud K. Psychological and behavioral impacts of breast cancer on survivors. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 28. Psychological and Behavioral Impacts of Breast Cancer on Survivors Abstract More than 3.8 million people […]

Edition 28 – The Affordable Care Act’s Impact on Community Health Center and Emergency Department Usage in Massachusetts

Edition 28 – The Affordable Care Act’s Impact on Community Health Center and Emergency Department Usage in Massachusetts

The Affordable Care Act’s Impact on Community Health Center and Emergency Department Usage in Massachusetts​ By Anna Maloney Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Maloney A. The Affordable Care Act’s impact on community health center and emergency department usage in Massachusetts. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 28.  The Affordable Care […]

Edition 28 – Analysis of Obese Hypertensive Women

Edition 28 – Analysis of Obese Hypertensive Women

Analysis of Obese Hypertensive Women By Valerie L. Fernandez Citation Fernandez V. Analysis of obese hypertensive women. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 28.  Analysis of Obese Hypertensive Women Causes of Obesity The causes of obesity and hypertension are multifaceted. Socioeconomic status, access to healthcareresources, advertising, education about various programs available, and the nature of the program […]

Edition 28 – Taking The Next Step: Leveraging Behavioral Economics for Health Exchange Re-Enrollees

Edition 28 – Taking The Next Step: Leveraging Behavioral Economics for Health Exchange Re-Enrollees

Taking The Next Step: Leveraging Behavioral Economics for Health Exchange Re-Enrollees By Swathi Raman Citation Raman S. Taking the next step: leveraging behavioral economics for health exchange re-enrollees. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 28. Taking The Next Step: Leveraging Behavioral Economics for Health Exchange Re-Enrollees Background With the recent close of the 2019 Open Enrollment […]

Edition 28 – Telling the Story: Capacity-Building in the Asylum Network

Edition 28 – Telling the Story: Capacity-Building in the Asylum Network

Telling the Story: Capacity-Building in the Asylum Network By Jennifer McQuaid, PhD Citation McQuaid J. Telling the story: capacity-building in the asylum network. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 28. Telling the Story: Capacity-Building in the Asylum Network Background In the midst of an overwhelming immigration crisis at the Southern Border of the United States, the […]