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Edition 35 – DrPH Edition

Edition 35, DrPH Edition

This edition was curated in partnership with the DrPH Coalition. It is under construction. 

Trans Flag And Caduceus

Out of the Shadows: Centering the “T” in LGBTQ+ Health Care Ellis P Barrera Citation Barrrera E. Out of the shadows: centering

Black Lives Matter 2021 09 04 14 32 26 Utc

Beyond Performative Activism: An Exploration of Motivators to Participate in Anti-Racist Activism Through the Lens of Self-Determination Theory Munjireen S. Sifat, PhD,

Hong Kong skyline from Victoria Peak.

Legislation Study in Public Health: An Exploration of the Mental Health Ordinance in Hong Kong By Amelia Lo Citation Lo A. Legislation

AIDS Awareness Red Ribbon On Black Background, Space For Text

Decriminalizing HIV in Colombia Johnattan Garcia Ruiz, MPH, LLB; Sergio Duran Silva LLB; Lina Maria Caicedo Rodriguez, LLB; Maria Alejandra Perez Rodríguez,

40 - AI to Transform the Drug Approval Process and De-Risk Drug Development

AI to Transform the Drug Approval Process and De-Risk Drug Development By Cherubin Manokaran Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter

Edition 47 - The Absolute Necessity of Plant-Based Diets for the Health of the Earth and Her Inhabitants

Diabetes Intervention: A Study of the Effectiveness of a Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) System and Health Coaching on Type 2 Diabetes Management

40 – Perceptions of the COVID-19 Vaccines and Rationale Surrounding the Decision to Vaccinate Among Pregnant Women of Color In the U.S.-Lessons Learned from Four Focus Groups

Perceptions of the COVID-19 Vaccines and Rationale Surrounding the Decision to Vaccinate Among Pregnant Women of color in the United States: Lessons

Edition 47 - The Absolute Necessity of Plant-Based Diets for the Health of the Earth and Her Inhabitants

The Absolute Necessity of Plant-Based Diets for the Health of the Earth and Her Inhabitants By Marijane Hynes, MD, ABOM Share on

Edition 53 – Dreaming Up Well Futures: Social Movements and Public Health

Dreaming Up Well Futures: Social Movements and Public Health By Alexandria L. Dyer Citation Dyer A. Dreaming up well futures: social movements

This vlog discusses the importance of integrating the dental and medical fields when approaching cancer treatment plans.

A Tough Pill to Swallow By Dr. Dhairya Shrivastava, MBBS, MBA Dr Dhairya Shrivastava discusses the preparedness of the Indian government against

Second Wave of Covid-19 and Its Effect on Children’s Health During the Ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic in India

Second Wave of COVID-19 and Its Effect on Children’s Health During the Ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic in India By Pallab Chakraborty and Dr.

A Tough Pill to Swallow By Dr. Dhairya Shrivastava, MBBS, MBA Dr Dhairya Shrivastava discusses deteriorating work safety conditions healthcare workers in

Quinn Blog 10
Quinn Blog 9
toddler's hand, a spoon and a messy table with food

In this blog, Naina Qayyum, reflects on insights from her conversation with parents on child feeding experiences and challenges. It is part 2 of 2 in the series 'Those Who Feed Us'.

Children eating food

In this piece Naina Qayyum, shares her experience of interacting with parents to learn about their child feeding practices. Part 1 is a vlog.

Tuskegee

Dr. Ryan Montoya discusses Tuskegee - then and now

Dr. Celine Gounder

In the Crosshairs: On Gender, Race, and Firearm Violence  By Dr. Caroline Light A Conversation with Epidemiologist Céline Gounder This is part

Question

The past few months have underscored the importance of staying curious in all my endeavors.

A Tough Pill to Swallow By Dr. Dhairya Shrivastava, MBBS, MBA Dr Dhairya Shrivastava discusses the situation of ASHA workers in India

A Tough Pill to Swallow By Dr. Dhairya Shrivastava, MBBS, MBA Dr Dhairya Shrivastava discusses the plight of Biomedical waste (BMW) workers

A Tough Pill to Swallow By Dr. Dhairya Shrivastava, MBBS, MBA Dr Dhairya Shrivastava discusses the plight of Biomedical waste (BMW) workers

A Tough Pill to Swallow By Dr. Dhairya Shrivastava, MBBS, MBA Dr Dhairya Shrivastava discusses the lonely case of Orphan Drugs and

A Tough Pill to Swallow By Dr. Dhairya Shrivastava, MBBS, MBA Dr Dhairya Shrivastava discusses India’s Universal Insurance Program – Ayushman Bharat

rasha blog 8

An overview of the main socio-political determinants of health, based on Sumood's coverage of various health areas from conflict settings in the Arab region

rasha blog 7

How do migrants with disabilities access healthcare services in Lebanon? what are the main barriers and possible solutions?

Dr. Quinn discusses advancing black feminism in public health

Quinn blog 7

Dr. Quinn discusses advancing black feminism in public health

"I think it’s really important that you’re involving people and asking the right questions, which isn’t just: “What’s going on,” but “Why is it going on?”"

Infant Mortality Rates by State

"With COVID, there has been an understanding of the importance of public health and what’s going on. There’s been an energizing advocacy of people demanding change."

a stack of books

These are just a few of my thought-provoking favorites from the past year detailing public health, life in the South, and people working to make positive change in the region.

Magnifying Glass

Today, CHCs are responsible for serving as the primary source of care for over 28 million patients in over 13,000 communities all across the nation. Yet these widespread facilities originated in the Mississippi Delta as an innovative solution to the health disparities plaguing the region.

A map of the Mississippi Delta

"There’s a lot more diversity in these places than I think people from the outside understand."

Public health and sociology fit together nicely to lead to better insights about health outcomes. (Image: Public Health via Shutterstock)

"Exploring those issues and how people have responded and what actions and strategies they’ve taken can be very illuminating, not just for the Delta, but for the country as a whole."

An overview of the situation of Bedouins in Palestine, and how political determinants play a crucial role in determining their access to healthcare.

Gabriel post 8

In this post, Gabriel described how strong political will is important for the actualization of Universal Health Coverage

The menopause is a natural part of the female life cycle. But why do women become invisible after the menopause? Dr Jen Gunter answers my question 'Ain't I A Woman?"

Isioma blog 7

The menopause is a natural part of the female life cycle. But why do women become invisible after the menopause? Dr Naghat ARif answers my question " Ain't I A Woman?"

photo showing young people running towards the sun

In this blog, Naina Qayyum, advocates for the need to make nutrition policies adolescent-friendly.

Image showing a women arranging vegetables

In this blog, Naina Qayyum, draws the connection between our food systems and women's health.

gaming and mental health

Unboxed By Yves Miel H. Zuñiga, FRSPH, AFCHSM, CHM, CPH Into the world of online gaming: Is it good or bad for

Image showing hashtag made out of fries

In this blog, Naina Qayyum, highlights how food marketing encourages unhealthy food consumption.

overseas workers mental health

Unboxed By Yves Miel H. Zuñiga, FRSPH, AFCHSM, CHM, CPH Essential yet ignored: Rethinking overseas workers’ mental health in the modern-day diaspora

Rasha blog 5

A conversation with Milena Ansari, the International Advocacy Officer at Addameer Association, discussing the issue of medical negligence towards Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons.

Brian Shim shares an overview of lung cancer, screening, and disparities

Screen the Lungs! By Brian Shim Smoking, Stigma, and Screening Previously on Screen the Lungs!, we have focused on several of the

Dr Latham

Screen the Lungs! By Brian Shim Creating Community-Academic Partnerships to Promote Lung Cancer Screening Previously on Screen the Lungs!, we’ve discussed many patient-level

Denetra blog 8

Nursing Science: Helping Bridge the Gap of Health Disparities By Denetra Hampton A Discussion on Charting New Pathways in Nursing The year

gabriel blog 6

Mr. Dara Ajala-Damisa is the Program Manager at Nigeria Health Watch, a health communication and advocacy organization based in Nigeria. Nigeria Health Watch uses evidence-based advocacy and communication to influence health policy and improve health care access in Nigeria. Nigeria Health Watch, through its numerous venues, delivers knowledgeable commentary and in-depth analysis of health issues in Nigeria, always with integrity. Their reach is greater than ever and their voice is recognized as a powerful champion for improving people’s health across the sector.

Image showing a train made out of vegetables

In this blog, Naina Qayyum, tried to draw the link between climate change, food systems, and their impact on human health.