Edition 48 – Disposable Masks: A Potential Source of Environmental Pollution and Hygiene

Edition 48 – Disposable Masks: A Potential Source of Environmental Pollution and Hygiene

Measures Against Disposable Masks: A Potential Source of Environmental and Biological Pollution By Nayab Sheikh and Chanchal Maheshwari Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Sheikh N, Maheshwari C. Measures against disposable masks: a potential source of environmental and biological pollution. HPHR. 2021;48.   Measures Against Disposable Masks: A […]

Edition 58 – Partnering for Human Trafficking Prevention: Implementing Love146’s Not a Number Curriculum through Minnesota’s Safe Harbor Program

Edition 58 – Partnering for Human Trafficking Prevention: Implementing Love146's Not a Number Curriculum through Minnesota's Safe Harbor Program

Partnering for Human Trafficking Prevention: Implementing Love146’s Not a Number Curriculum through Minnesota’s Safe Harbor Program By Caroline Palmer, JD; Beatriz Menanteau, JD; Erin Glaccum, BS; Aria Flood, MPH; Jennifer Miller; Paula Schaefer, MS; Emma Cook, MPH/MSW; Matt Orley Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Palmer C, Menanteau […]

Edition 47 – Medication Overload: An Overlooked Public Health Burden

Edition 47 – Medication Overload: An Overlooked Public Health Burden

Medication Overload: An Overlooked Public Health Burden By Ednner Oketch, MSc, MPH Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Oketch E. Medication overload: an overlooked public health burden. HPHR. 2021;47.   Medication Overload: An Overlooked Public Health Burden Polypharmacy, most commonly defined as the use of five or more […]

Do Not Underestimate the Healing Power of Change

Do Not Underestimate the Healing Power of Change

Do Not Underestimate the Healing Power of Change By Dr. Divij Sharma, MBBS Bombay Hospital and Research, Mumbai, India Abstract Healthcare innovation begets a promising future. Despite its shortcomings, and more so during the COVID pandemic, the world’s healthcare infrastructure has much to offer on several fronts. Technology, artificial intelligence and digital acceleration will undoubtedly […]

Denetra Hampton Discusses A Historical Timeline of Pandemic Movements

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Nursing Science: Helping Bridge the Gap of Health Disparities By Denetra Hampton A Timeline of COVID-19 Pandemic Events And Their Effect On Nursing Merriam Webster Dictionary defines a movement as an organized activity working toward an objective, such as the Civil Rights Movement.    In this VLOG I introduce you to a timeline of historical […]

Edition 35 – Examining Public Health Partnership with the Private Sector through the Lens of Power and Commercial Determinants of Health​

35 – Examining Public Health Partnership with the Private Sector through the Lens of Power and Commercial Determinants of Health

Examining Public Health Partnership with the Private Sector through the Lens of Power and Commercial Determinants of Health By Vinu Ilakkuvan, DrPH, MSPH Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Ilakkuvan V. Examining public health partnership with the private sector through the lens of power and commercial determinants of […]

Edition 35 – What is Making Black Women fat? An Examination of the Impact of Race and Racism as Contributing Factors to Overweight and Obesity Health Disparities

35 – What is making Black women fat? An examination of the impact of race and racism as contributing factors to overweight and obesity health disparities.

What Is Making Black Women Fat? An Examination of the Impact of Race and Racism as Contributing Factors to Overweight and Obesity Health Disparities By Jovonni Spinner, DrPH, MPH, CHES Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Spinner J. What is making Black women fat? An examination of the […]