An Open Letter to American Academic Institutions: Stand Behind the Evidence By Neil Singh Bedi, Rachel J. Smith, Marina L. Weiss Citation Bedi N, Smith R, Weiss M. An open letter to American academic institutions: stand behind the evidence. HPHR. 2023;52. https://doi.org/10.54111/0001/ZZ5 An Open Letter to American Academic Institutions: Stand Behind the Evidence Abstract In […]
In this game of gonads, who decided that a testicle is worth more than an ovary?
To deputise a complete stranger to interfere with a woman’s health choice is constitutionally, medically, morally and ethically wrong. That’s the end of my sentence.
Cervical cancer can be prevented. When detected early it can be treated and cured with surgery. As we mark the one year anniversary of the “Cervical Cancer Elimination Day of Action”, I reflect on the role of surgical systems in eliminating cervical cancer.
Edition 35 – Addressing the Cycle of Inaction: A DrPH Student Perspective on the Decolonization of Public Health
Addressing the Cycle of Inaction: A DrPH Student Perspective on the Decolonization of Public Health By Sarah E. Boland, MPH*; Kamonthip J. Homdayjanakul, MPH*; Nicole D. Reed, MPH*; Chelsea A. Wesner, MPH, MSW*; Elshimaa Basha, MPH; Carol E. Kaufman, PhD; Latifa Jackson, PhD, MS**; and Katherine A. James, PhD** Share on facebook Facebook Share on […]
Periods don’t have to cost us education, equity and the environment
Rebecca Elliott answers the question: Is the American education system “healthy” – where do we go from here?
True Curriculum Rebecca Elliott, MPH Lesson 9: Where do we go from here? Time to say goodbye… Well, here we are, the final blog. If you have made it this far, I want to give a sincere thank you for sticking around all summer while we educate ourselves on American “education”. We have discovered some […]
True Curriculum Rebecca Elliott, MPH Lesson 8: Is American Education Healthy? Revisited It is time to answer our original question… Welcome back. Last week, we talked about the economics of education, and how it actually may be beneficial for the system at large to prioritize building ignorant, obedient workers, rather than curious, competent students. At […]
True Curriculum Rebecca Elliott, MPH Lesson 7: The Economics of Education Here we go… Well friends, so far in our journey we have covered a lot. We discussed the purpose of education, and how the way the United States does schooling is far from reaching the desired goal. We talked about the messages sent by […]
Reevaluating the Dream of School Integration By Alexandra Lee Gugliuzza Citation Gugliuzza A. Reevaluating the dream of school integration. HPHR. 2021;30. DOI:10.54111/0001/DD8 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 […]