Edition 30 – All Doctors Should Be Social Activists

All Doctors Should Be Social Activists By Sofia Weiss Goitiandia and Izzy Edwards Citation Goitiandia S, Edwards I. All doctors should be social activists. HPHR. 2021;30. All Doctors Should Be Social Activists Abstract This evidenced-based opinion piece addresses the roles of a doctor beyond the immediate remit of their clinics, theatres, and laboratories. It argues […]

Edition 30 – Structural Inequality (SI) and Underdevelopment of Public Health Conditions: The Experiences of Oromo People in Ethiopia

Structural Inequality (SI) and Underdevelopment of Public Health Conditions: The Experiences of Oromo People in Ethiopia By Begna Dugassa, PhD Citation Dugassa B. Structural inequality (SI) and underdevelopment of public health conditions: the experiences of Oromo people in Ethiopia. HPHR. 2021;30 Structural Inequality (SI) and Underdevelopment of Public Health Conditions: The Experiences of Oromo People […]

Edition 30 – Fortification and Expansion of the DACA Program: A Public Health Imperative

Fortification and Expansion of the DACA Program: A Public Health Imperative By Dr. Cullen Truett, DO Citation Truett C. Fortification and expansion of the DACA program: a public health mperative. HPHR. 2021; 30 Fortification and Expansion of the DACA Program: A Public Health Imperative Background What Is DACA? The Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals Program […]

Edition 30 – Geographic Differences in Access to HIV Prevention Services and Care Among Sexual Minority Men in Puerto Rico

Geographic Differences in Access to HIV Prevention Services and Care Among Sexual Minority Men in Puerto Rico By Juan Pablo Zapata, MS; Cheyu Zhang, MPH; Dr. Souhail Malavé-Rivera; Dr. Carlos E. Rodriguez-Diaz, PhD Citation Zapata J, Zhang C, Malavé-Rivera S, Rodriguez-Diaz C. Geographic differences in access to HIV prevention services and care among sexual minority […]

Edition 30 – An Economic Analysis of Refugee Health Policy and a Structural Comparison of the Philadelphia Refugee Health Collaborative with Colorado, Kentucky, and Minnesota

An Economic Analysis of Refugee Health Policy and a Structural Comparison of the Philadelphia Refugee Health Collaborative with Colorado, Kentucky, and Minnesota By Dr. Naveed A. Rahman, MD Citation Rahman N. An economic analysis of refugee health policy and a structural comparison of the Philadelphia Refugee Health Collaborative with Colorado, Kentucky, and Minnesota. HPHR. 2021;30. […]

Edition 30 – Africa Preparedness to Discover COVID-19 Vaccine: Current State and Controversy

Africa Preparedness to Discover COVID-19 Vaccine: Current State and Controversy By Abdullahi Tunde Aborode; Oluwatosin A. Olofinsao; Ekwebelem Osmond; Abiokpoyanam P. Batubo; Omowonuola Fayemiro; Onigbinde Sherifdeen; Luqman Muraina; Babatunde Obadawo; Shoaib Ahmad; Mohammad Yasir Essar; Christos Tsagkaris Citation Aborode A, Olofinsao O, Osmond E, Batubo A,  Fayemiro O,  Sherifdeen O, Muraina L, Obadawo B,  Ahmad […]

Edition 30 – Reevaluating the Dream of School Integration

Reevaluating the Dream of School Integration By Alexandra Lee Gugliuzza Citation Gugliuzza A. Reevaluating the dream of school integration. HPHR. 2021;30. Reevaluating the Dream of School Integration The Re-Segregation of the American School System America’s cities and suburbs are still separate and unequal. Since the seminal Brown v. Board of Education ruling more than 65 […]

Edition 30 – Addressing Structural Racism in Housing to Advance Racial Health Equity

Addressing Structural Racism in Housing to Advance Racial Health Equity By Julia A. Healey Citation Healey J. Addressing structural racism in housing to advance racial health equity. HPHR. 2021;30. Addressing Structural Racism in Housing to Advance Racial Health Equity Abstract Structural racism has influenced housing patterns and led to an inequitable distribution of health-promoting housing […]

Edition 30 – Thinking Beyond Purpose-Built Communities: A Vision to Create Structural Change for Housing in the United States

30 – Thinking Beyond Purpose-Built Communities- A Vision to Create Structural Change for Housing in the United States

Thinking Beyond Purpose-Built Communities: A Vision to Create Structural Change for Housing in the United States By Kathryn S. Meyer, MPH Citation Meyer K. Thinking beyond purpose-built communities: a vision to create structural change for housing in the United States. HPHR. 2021; 28. Thinking Beyond Purpose-Built Communities: A Vision to Create Structural Change for Housing […]