A story of a Gender-based Violence (GBV) survivor from Palestine, how she was supported, and was able to shift her life path
Nursing Science: Helping Bridge the Gap of Health Disparities By Denetra Hampton A Discussion on Health Policy and Nursing Science The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines policy as a law, regulation, procedure, administrative action, incentive, or voluntary practice of governments and other institutions. I believe the assessment, planning and implementation of new policy […]
Dr. Quinn M. Gentry discusses strategies for engaging women to address unique experiences in advancing black feminism in public health
Dr. Quinn discusses advancing black feminism in public health
Yves Zuñiga highlights how kindness can translate to positive actions for mental health and well-being
Unboxed By Yves Miel H. Zuñiga, FRSPH, AFCHSM, CHM, CPH Well-being and the science of kindness Roundtable discussion (Part 2 of 2) We have the power within each of us, through kindness, to impact our collective community and our collective mental health. — Cynthia Bissett Germanotta, Born This Way Foundation Tweet In my previous article, […]
A Tough Pill to Swallow By Dr. Dhairya Shrivastava, MBBS, MBA Dr. Dhairya discusses inequities in the Indian healthcare system: Being a Prisoner of Birth We all suffer in our different ways from being prisoners of birth Jeffrey Archer No quote best synthesizes my thoughts as I start to pen the introductory article of my […]
Unboxed By Yves Miel H. Zuñiga, FRSPH, AFCHSM, CHM, CPH Well-being and the science of kindness Roundtable discussion (Part 1 of 2) Kindness begins with the understanding that we all struggle. — Charles Glassman Tweet Kindness is a behavior marked by doing something good and beneficial towards yourself and others. It is also an act […]
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.
In the Crosshairs: On Gender, Race, and Firearm Violence By Dr. Caroline Light A Conversation with Journalist Abené Clayton, Part II Abene Clayton, Journalist Click here to read “A Conversation with Journalist Abené Clayton, Part I.” Following the publication of her article in The Guardian, “Inside the San Francisco Bay Area’s Pandemic Murder Surge,” I spoke with journalist Abené Clayton about popular […]
Nursing Science: Helping Bridge the Gap of Health Disparities By Denetra Hampton Vaccinations: A Public Health Crisis One of the most critical challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic was vaccine distribution. Today countries around the globe have reached high percentages of vaccinations; however, research suggests that despite global efforts to address equitable access, vaccinations would become […]
Dr. Quinn M. Gentry discusses race, class, and gender as equally oppressive inequities in advancing black feminism in public health
Dr. Quinn discusses 10 key principles aimed at advancing black feminism in public health.