Edition 29 – Fifty Muslim-Majority Countries Have Fewer COVID-19 Cases and Deaths Than the 50 Richest Non-Muslim Countries

Fifty Muslim-Majority Countries Have Fewer COVID-19 Cases and Deaths Than the 50 Richest Non-Muslim Countries By Ponn P. Mahayosnand, MPH; DM Sabra, ZM Sabra, Gloria Gheno Citation Mahayosnand P, Sabra D, Sabra Z,  Gheno G. Fifty Muslim-majority countries have fewer COVID-19 cases and deaths than the 50 richest non-Muslim countries. HPHR. 2021;29. Fifty Muslim-Majority Countries […]

Edition 29 – Taiwan Model to COVID-19 Response

Taiwan Model to COVID-19 Response By Catherine Hermoso; Christos Tsagkaris; Elaine May Laguilles; Gladson Vaghela; Donnatella Mastropieri; Jerome Ganzon; Gilbert Bernardino, Jr; Nenita Panaligan; Myra Oruga; Attaullah Ahmadi; Don Eliseo Lucero-Prisno, II Citation Hermoso C, Tsagkaris C, Laguilles E, Vaghela G, Mastropieri D, Ganzon J, Bernardino G, Panaligan N, Oruga M, Ahmadi A, Lucero-Prisno D. Taiwan […]

29 – Utilizing Employer Created Social Support Programs to Assist Frontline Nurses to Cope with the Psychological Symptoms of Trauma-Induced Stress and Burnout Connected to Patient Death During the COVID-19 Healthcare Crisis in the United States

Utilizing Employer Created Social Support Programs to Assist Frontline Nurses to Cope with the Psychological Symptoms of Trauma-Induced Stress and Burnout connected to Patient Death during the COVID-19 Healthcare Crisis in the United States By Mitchell A. Kaplan, PhD; Rohan Sumrah, BSN- RN, CCM; Marian Inguanzo, LMSW, ACSW Citation Kaplan M, Sumrah R,  Inguanzo M. […]

Edition 29 – Yemen Health Care Crisis: Challenges in Yemen During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Yemen Health Care Crisis: Challenges in Yemen During the COVID-19 Pandemic By Firas M. Al-Rshoud, Haya Mohammed Abujledan, Nusaibah Tawfik ALsanabani, Azmi Abdullah Qudsi, Abdulmalik Idris Koya, Hazar AL.Akash, Hashim Talib Citation  Al-Rshoud F, Abujledan H, ALsanabani N , Qudsi A, Koya A, AL.Akash H, Talib H. Yemen health care crisis: challenges in Yemen during […]

Edition 29 – “Co-Benefits” as a Lens Through Which COVID-19 Building Upgrades Can Advance Environmental Sustainability, Climate Mitigation and Adaptation, and Social Equity

Edition 29 – “Co-Benefits” as a Lens Through Which COVID-19 Building Upgrades Can Advance Environmental Sustainability, Climate Mitigation and Adaptation, and Social Equity

“Co-Benefits” as a Lens Through Which COVID-19 Building Upgrades Can Advance Environmental Sustainability, Climate Mitigation and Adaptation, and Social Equity By Adele Houghton Citation Houghton A. “Co-Benefits” as a lens through which COVID-19 building upgrades can advance environmental sustainability, climate mitigation and adaptation, and social equity. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 29.  “Co-Benefits” as a Lens […]

Edition 29 – Reflections on One of the World’s Harshest COVID-19 Lockdowns, and on the Possibility of Eliminating COVID-19 in Australia

Edition 29 – Reflections on One of the World’s Harshest COVID-19 Lockdowns, and on the Possibility of Eliminating COVID-19 in Australia

Reflections on One of the World’s Harshest COVID-19 Lockdowns, and on the Possibility of Eliminating COVID-19 in Australia By Laura K. McCosker Citation McCosker L. Reflections on one of the world’s harshest COVID-19 lockdowns, and on the possibility of eliminating COVID-19 in Australia. HPHR. 2021; 29. Reflections on One of the World’s Harshest COVID-19 Lockdowns, […]

Edition 29 – Disability, Depression, and Dogs During COVID-19: Is There a Relationship?

Edition 29 – Disability, Depression, and Dogs During COVID-19: Is There a Relationship?

Disability, Depression, and Dogs During Covid-19: Is There a Relationship? By Liza D. Molina, ScD, MPH Citation Molina L. Disability, depression, and dogs during COVID-19: is there a relationship?. HPHR. 2021; 29. Disability, Depression, and Dogs During Covid-19: Is There a Relationship? Introduction Human-dog interaction has long been recognized for its therapeutic value. Studies have […]

Edition 29 – Community-level Factors Associated with COVID-19 Morbidity and Mortality in Queens, New York City​

Edition 29 – Community-level Factors Associated with COVID-19 Morbidity and Mortality in Queens, New York City​

Community-level Factors Associated with COVID-19 Morbidity and Mortality in Queens, New York City​ By Harlem Gunness Citation Gunnes H. Community-level factors associated with COVID-19 morbidity and mortality in Queens, New York City. HPHR. 2021; 29. Community-level Factors Associated with COVID-19 Morbidity and Mortality in Queens, New York City Abstract The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic […]

29 – COVID-19 Vaccines and the Case for a New Global Health Diplomacy

Edition 29 – COVID-19 Vaccines and the Case for a New Global Health Diplomacy

COVID-19 Vaccines and the Case for a New Global Health Diplomacy By Padmashree Gehl Sampath Citation Gehl Sampath P. COVID-19 vaccines and the case for a new global health diplomacy. HPHR. 2021; 29. COVID-19 Vaccines and the Case for a New Global Health Diplomacy Introduction A year into the COVID-19 crisis, the virus has exposed […]

Edition 29 – Telerehabilitation for COVID-19 Patients in India: Problem to Solution​

Edition 29 – Telerehabilitation for COVID-19 Patients in India: Problem to Solution​

Telerehabilitation for COVID-19 Patients in India: Problem to Solution By Pranjal Garg, Saidharshini Muthiah, and Chirag Singla Citation Garg P, Muthiah S, Singla C. Telerehabilitation for COVID-19 patients in India: Problem to Solution. HPHR. 2021; 29. Telerehabilitation for COVID-19 Patients in India: Problem to Solution Introduction COVID-19 has taken a massive toll on the planet, […]