Edition 1 – ObamaCare’s 2014 Report Card? Preaching Patience — to Supporters and Opponents

Edition 1 – ObamaCare’s 2014 Report Card? Preaching Patience — to Supporters and Opponents — Elementor

ObamaCare’s 2014 Report Card? Preaching Patience — to Supporters and Opponents By Dr. Benjamin D. Sommers, MD, PhD Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Sommers B. ObamaCare’s 2014 report card? preaching patience — to supporters and opponents. Harvard Public Health Review. Spring 2014;1.   ObamaCare’s 2014 Report Card? Preaching Patience […]

Edition 1 – Was Mayor Bloomberg a Nanny?

The Center for Consumer Freedom Responded With A Vivid Advertisement, Depicting Mayor Bloomberg In A (scary) Nanny Outfit.

Was Mayor Bloomberg a Nanny? By Cass R. Sunstein, JD Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Sunstein C. Was Mayor Bloomberg a nanny? Harvard Public Health Review. Spring 2014;1.  Was Mayor Bloomberg a Nanny? The Center for Consumer Freedom Responded With A Vivid Advertisement, Depicting Mayor Bloomberg In A […]

Edition 4 – Europe and the United Nations: Clinical Trials, Not Criminal Trials

Edition 4 – Europe and the United Nations: Clinical Trials, Not Criminal Trials

Europe and the United Nations: Clinical Trials, Not Criminal Trials By Amir Attaran, Roger Bate, Stefano Bonino, and Paul Newton Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Attaran A, Bate R, Bonino S, Newton P. Special commentary: Europe and the United Nations: clinical trials, not criminal trials. Harvard Public Health […]

Edition 1 – Medicare for All: The Way Forward

Edition 1 – Medicare for All: The Way Forward

Medicare for All: The Way Forward By Don Berwick, M.D. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Berwick D. Medicare for all: the way forward. Harvard Public Health Review. Spring 2014;1. Medicare for All: The Way Forward Massachusetts faces serious issues: A school system that is good, but leaves some […]

Edition 3 – Capable Guardians

Edition 3 – Capable Guardians

Capable Guardians By Felton Earls, M.D. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Earls F. Capable guardians. Harvard Public Health Review. Winter 2015;3.   Capable Guardians We, HSPH students and faculty, are living in a nation that is not flourishing. To quote Martin Luther King, “We may have come in different […]

Edition 3 – Police Killings, Political Impunity, Racism and the People’s Health: Issues for Our Times

Edition 3 – Police Killings, Political Impunity, Racism and the People’s Health: Issues for Our Times

Police Killings, Political Impunity, Racism and the People’s Health: Issues for Our Times By Nancy Krieger, PhD Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Krieger N. Police killings, political impunity, racism and the people’s health: issues for our times. Harvard Public Health Review. Winter 2015;3. Police Killings, Political Impunity, Racism […]

Edition 3 – HPHR Editorial: Racism Is a Public Health Problem

Edition 3 – HPHR Editorial: Racism Is a Public Health Problem

HPHR Editorial: Racism Is a Public Health Problem By Harvard Public Health Review Editorial Board Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Harvard Public Health Review Editorial Board. Racism is a public health problem. Harvard Public Health Review. Winter 2015;3.   HPHR Editorial: Racism Is a Public Health Problem The killings […]

Edition 2 – How America’s Flawed Supplement Law Creates the Mirage of Weight Loss Cures

Edition 2 – How America’s Flawed Supplement Law Creates the Mirage of Weight Loss Cures

How America’s Flawed Supplement Law Creates the Mirage of Weight Loss Cures Dr. Pieter Cohen, MD Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Cohen P. How America’s flawed supplement law creates the mirage of weight loss cures. Harvard Public Health Review. 2014;2.  How America’s Flawed Supplement Law Creates the Mirage […]

Edition 30 – Medical Malpractice Reform and Its Impact on Lawsuits and Damages Payments

Edition 30 - Medical Malpractice Reform and Its Impact on Lawsuits and Damages Payments

Medical Malpractice Reform and Its Impact on Lawsuits and Damages Payments By D. Daniel Sokol, JD, MSt., LLM; Vivek Ghosal;; and Guanming Chenl Citation Sokol D, Ghosal V, Chen. Medical malpractice reform and its impact on lawsuits and damages payments. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 30.  Medical Malpractice Reform and Its Impact on Lawsuits and […]