Edition 33 – Is “Enough” Really Enough? How Protected Are Our Most Vulnerable Workers—Those That Support Our Country’s Economy and Infrastructure?
In March 2020, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, and U.S. Department of Labor’s Acting Secretary Al Stewart voiced their concerns about the CDC’s recommendations on workplace aerosol exposure protection.
As a first year internal medicine resident in New York City, the physical and emotional toll the pandemic has placed on me is unmeasurable.
The COVID-19 pandemic has successfully highlighted the shortcomings within the U.S. healthcare system.
Edition 33 – Occupational Lead Exposures among University Police Officers and Instructors at an Outdoor Shooting Range in Southcentral Kentucky
The increased use and applications of lead in numerous industries is due to its abundance and unique physical and chemical properties …
Pandemic of Racism: Public Health Implications of Political Misinformation By Ans Irfan, Ashley Bieniek-Tobasco, and Cynthia Golembeski Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Irfan A, Bieniek-Tobasco A, Golembeski C. Pandemic of racism: public health implications of political misinformation. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 26. Pandemic of Racism: Public […]
Edition 26 – The Effect of Delays in Acute Medical Treatment on Total Cost and Potential Ramifications Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic
The Effect of Delays in Acute Medical Treatment on Total Cost and Potential Ramifications Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic By Lamiah Anne Haque Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Haque L. The effect of delays in acute medical treatment on total cost and potential ramifications due to the […]
Edition 26 – Political Affiliation and Human Mobility Under Stay-at-Home Orders: A Difference-in-Difference Analysis with County and Time Fixed Effects
Political Affiliation and Human Mobility Under Stay-at-Home Orders: A Difference-in-Difference Analysis with County and Time Fixed Effects By Siona Prasad and Yulin Hswen Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Prasad S, Hswen Y. Political affiliation and human mobility under stay-at-home orders: a difference-in-difference analysis with county and time […]
People are currently living in a world of uncertainty. Within a matter of weeks, the life that everyone knew has been taken from them.
Edition 26 – Using Internet Search Queries on the Public Health Perception of Risk Towards COVID-19 to Predict Domestic Air Travel Volume in South Korea
South Korea has been praised for their efforts to contain COVID-19 as their daily tally of new cases remains lower than 30 cases throughout mid-April and May 2020.
Edition 26 – Clinical Environmental Stewardship Amidst the COVID-19 Era: Ethical Considerations and Reformative Solutions
The unprecedented strain that the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has put on our hospital system has led to irreversible environmental consequences related to municipal waste management