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Edition 28 - General Edition

Edition 28, General Edition

In this general edition of the Journal, authors explore an array of public health issues. 

An Investigation on Turkish Specialist and Practitioner Doctors’ Empathy and Cognitive Flexibility Levels and Interpersonal Relationship Styles By Harika Kökalan Yeşil, MS;

Legal Obstacles to Biosimilar Market Entry By Laura Karas, MD, MPH; Rachel Sachs, JD, MPH; Gerard Anderson, PhD Citation Karas L, Sachs

Financial Toxicity as an Unforeseen Side Effect of Inflammatory Bowel Disease By Misty Hobbs Citation Hobbs M. Financial toxicity as an unforeseen

Edition 28 – Weight-Stigma: A Barrier Likely to Persist in Future Physicians and What We Can Do to Intervene

Weight-Stigma: A Barrier Likely to Persist in Future Physicians and What We Can Do to Intervene By Erin E. Walton-Ball and Michael

Edition 28 – Fomite Transmission Among Respiratory Viruses and the Importance of Low-level Surface Disinfection

Fomite Transmission Among Respiratory Viruses and the Importance of Low-level Surface Disinfection By Timothy L. Wiemken Citation Wiemken, TL. Fomite transmission among

Edition 28 – Knowledge, Behavior, and Attitude Towards Oral Health among a Population Visiting a Dental College and Hospital in South India: A Cross-sectional Study

This study was carried out to assess the oral hygiene knowledge, attitude, and behavior amongst patients visiting the Department of Public health dentistry at MNR dental college and hospital, Sangareddy.

Edition 28 – Social Prescribing: An Antidote to India’s Suicide Crisis?

Suicidal ideation is often rooted in broader issues of social justice.

Edition 28 – Recognizing Social Media-Related Depression

There is a growing body of literature investigating the relationship between mental health and social media usage.

Edition 28 – Safety and Efficacy of Alternative Tobacco Products in Smoking Cessation: A Scientific Review on E-cigarettes

Safety and Efficacy of Alternative Tobacco Products in Smoking Cessation: A Scientific Review on E-cigarettes By Peter Pothula​ Share on facebook Facebook

Edition 28 – It’s Time to Combat Stubborn Insurance Companies. Bariatric Patients Deserve to Live

It’s Time to Combat Stubborn Insurance Companies. Bariatric Patients Deserve to Live By Anna Bogursky​ Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter

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

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

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

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

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

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. 

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

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