Public health encompasses more than statistics; it is the lived experiences of individuals, families, and communities.
Nursing Science: Helping Bridge the Gap of Health Disparities By Denetra Hampton The Investment: Building Health Equity in Medicine with Nursing Science In my previous blog I introduced you to the role of the nurse scientist and why diversity is vital to the continued efficacy of the role in health equity. In this VLOG, I […]
HPHR Fellows Interview Anthony S. Fauci, MD, Chief Medical Advisor to the President & NIAID Director
Special Interview withAnthony S. Fauci, MD Conducted by HPHR Fellows Alumni Ryan Sutherland, MPH and Javaid Iqbal, MPSS (l-r) HPHR Fellows Interview Anthony S. Fauci, MD, Chief Medical Advisor to the President & NIAID Director HPHR Fellows Ryan Sutherland and Javaid Iqbal recently met with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Chief Medical Advisor to the President and Director […]
HPHR Fellows Cohort 2 HPHR Fellows – Fall 2021 Below are the HPHR Fellows who participated in the Fall 2021 Cohort. HPHR Fellow – Yves Miel H. Zuñiga • September 7, 2021 Yves Miel H. Zuñiga is a Senior Health Program Officer at the Philippine Department of Health – Health Technology Assessment Unit. HPHR […]
HPHR Fellows Cohort 1 HPHR Fellows – Summer 2021 Below are the HPHR Fellows who participated in the Inaugural Cohort in Summer 2021. HPHR Fellow – Naomi Fukuda • June 14, 2021 Naomi Fukuda is a pre-dental student at Haverford College. HPHR Fellow – Penny Sun • June 14, 2021 Penny Sun just finished her […]
Nursing Science: Helping Bridge the Gap of Health Disparities By Denetra Hampton The State of Nursing Science and the Role of the Nurse Scientist The nursing field generally evokes visions of clinical operations rather than art, science, and cultural competence. I contend that this vision gap stems from a continued lack of diversity in the […]
Screen the Lungs! By Brian Shim Introduction to Lung Cancer, Disparities, and Screening Introduction to Lung Cancer Health and Disparity Despite striding progress in cancer research and care, lethality in lung cancer persists as the disease continues to evade control efforts nationwide. The prevalence of smoking, the leading risk factor for lung cancer, has declined […]
The life expectancy and mortality rates of certain states are so disparate that it raises many questions, the most important being – why are some states healthier than others?
Gabriel Oke in this blog discussed how COVID19 forcefully reduced medical tourism and made gaps in our healthcare system even more glaring and also lessons for epidemic preparedness and strengthening of Nigeria health system.
In her first blog, Naina Qayyum, makes the case for why public health and food systems need to break silos and work together to achieve better population health outcomes.