This special edition of HPHR is from the Global Health Debates.
We publish articles as they are accepted, which means editions in which these pieces appear will be listed in the roster below. Those editions for which articles have not been published are not listed just yet.
This special edition of HPHR is from our hackathon.
This edition of HPHR Journal the social determinants driving the public health impacts of gun violence.
Edition 58 addresses the public health implications of human trafficking.
This edition examines the impact of incarceration on public health.
Edition 53 explores issues of human rights and public health.
Edition 52 is a special edition addresses the health of women and girls.
In this edition, HPHR addresses addiction and substance use.
Edition 46 addresses the population impacts around sexual and reproductive health.
This edition examines artificial intelligence and public health.
Edition 43 addresses the health of transgender and gender nonconforming (TGNC) persons.
This edition explores population-level approaches to improving LGBTQIA+ health.
Edition 41 addresses issues of concerning food and nutrition at the global level.
This edition examines approaches to improving LGBTQIA+ health at the population level.
Edition 39 addresses the role of communications in public health.
Edition 38 features articles exploring the intersections of stigma, racism, and homophobia in driving HIV and its common comorbidities and co-infections.
Edition 36 marks the Journal's second volume addressing maternal and child health, children youth and families (MCH/CYF).
This selection of articles was curated in partnership with the DrPH Coalition.
This selection of articles explores the psychosocial determinants that drive health outcomes among mothers, babies, children, youth, and families.
Authors discuss how social determinants and norms that employment policies impact worker health.
Edition 32 addresses how surgery can advance issues of public health.
HPHR's authors examine how the social determinants of health can drive outcomes and response efforts during disasters and pandemics.
HPHR's authors explore the intersections of public health and the social determinants of health, with a special focus on advocacy and social justice.
This edition marks the third and final in HPHR's initial series on COVID-19 pandemic.
This edition marks the second in our series on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This inaugural edition of the Harvard Public Health Review on COVID-19 examines emerging matters of public policy, equity, and medical practice around the pandemic.
HPHR's authors address pressing issues around the intersections of social justice, harm reduction, and public health.
This inaugural edition on to COVID-19 examines emerging matters of public policy, equity, and medical practice around the pandemic.
In edition 23 of the Journal, the authors address a range of public health issues.
This edition features the writing of emerging researchers in the field of public health.
This edition addresses matters of violence and public health from a domestic and global perspective.
The twentieth edition of the Journal addresses the social determinants driving disparate rates of disease among disenfranchised populations.
In this edition, authors address the social determinants around violence and public health.
Dr. Shalendra D. Sharma, Lee Shau Kee Foundation Chair, Lingnan University, in Hong Kong discusses "Health Care for India’s 500 Million: The Promise of the National Health Protection Scheme."
In edition 17 of the Journal, the authors address how the social determinants of health are impacted by climate change.
This special edition of the Journal features a piece on the #MeToo movement by Claire Bethel, Claire Bethel, independent consultant, former Deputy Director, Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Well-Being, Department of Health.
This edition of Harvard Public Health Review addresses public health interventions addressing non-communicable diseases around the world.
This edition marks the Harvard Public Health Review's first non-thematic issue.
This special edition features an article by Dr. Guy Crosby, of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, called "The Island of Conclusions: Trying to Make Sense Out of Genetically Engineered Food."
This edition of the Harvard Public Health Review addresses how sound public policy can bolster public health initiatives.
In this non-thematic edition, the Harvard Public Health Review addresses a range of public health issues.
This edition of the Harvard Public Health Review explores the social determinants of refugee health.
Authors in this edition of the Harvard Public Health Review examine the social determinants of hospital readmissions.
This edition of the Harvard Public Health Review addresses power, politics, and privilege around racism and public health.
This inaugural edition addresses the implications of clinical trials on public health.
This edition of the Harvard Public Health Review addresses the impact of racism on public health.
This edition of the Journal discusses the challenges of changing health behaviors at the population level.