Edition 7 – Why Public Health Practitioners Should Care About Job Prospects for People with Criminal Records: Employment Challenges and Successful Prison and Jail Reentry

Edition 7 – Why Public Health Practitioners Should Care About Job Prospects for People with Criminal Records: Employment Challenges and Successful Prison and Jail Reentry

Why Public Health Practitioners Should Care About Job Prospects for People with Criminal Records: Employment Challenges and Successful Prison and Jail Reentry By Sonali Saluja, MD, MPH, FACP; and Henry Rosen Citation Saluja S and Rosen H. Why public health practitioners should care about job prospects for people with criminal records. Harvard Public Health Review. Summer […]

Edition 7 – Public Health and the Policing of Black Lives

Edition 7 – Public Health and the Policing of Black Lives

Public Health and the Policing of Black Lives By Justin Feldman, MPH, MSW Citation Feldman J. Public health and the policing of Black lives. Harvard Public Health Review. Summer 2015;7. Public Health and the Policing of Black Lives The deaths of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Freddie Gray, Rekia Boyd, and Walter Scott reflect a pattern of […]

Edition 7 – Improving Communities, Improving Health

Edition 7 – Improving Communities, Improving Health

Improving Communities, Improving Health By Jeffrey Sanchez Citation Sanchez J. Improving communities, improving health. Harvard Public Health Review. Summer 2015;7. Improving Communities, Improving Health When we talk about health care, we are often referring to hospitals or other acute facilities, imagining women and men in scrubs, long waits in emergency rooms, that distinctive smell of disinfectant. […]

Edition 7 – A Case for the Future of Global Health

Edition 7 – A Case for the Future of Global Health

A Case for the Future of Global Health By Justin Healy, MD MPH Citation Healy J. A Case For The Future Of Global Health. Harvard Public Health Review. Summer 2015;7. A Case for the Future of Global Health A child today is more likely to live past infancy than at any other point in history. Her […]

Edition 7 – Single-Payer Health Reform: A Step Toward Reducing Structural Racism in Health Care

Edition 7 – A Case for the Future of Global Health

Single-Payer Health Reform: A Step Toward Reducing Structural Racism in Health Care By Dominic F. Caruso, MD/MPH Candidate; David U. Himmelstein, MD; Steffie Woolhandler, MD Citation Caruso D, Himmelstein D, Woolhandler S. Single-payer health reform: a step toward reducing structural racism in health care. Harvard Public Health Review. Summer 2015;7. Single-Payer Health Reform: A Step Toward […]

Edition 7 – Racism

Edition 7 – Racism

This edition of the Harvard Public Health Review addresses power, politics, and privilege around racism and public health.