Edition 12 – Addressing HIV/AIDS within a New Administration

Edition 12 – Addressing HIV/AIDS within a New Administration

Addressing HIV/AIDS within a New Administration By Ulysses Burley III, MD Citation Burley III, U. Addressing HIV/AIDS within a New Administration. Harvard Public Health Review. Winter 2017-2018;12. Addressing HIV/AIDS within a New Administration Since the CDC published a report of five cases of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP) in previously healthy men in Los Angeles in the early 80’s, the United States […]

Edition 30 – Geographic Differences in Access to HIV Prevention Services and Care Among Sexual Minority Men in Puerto Rico

Geographic Differences in Access to HIV Prevention Services and Care Among Sexual Minority Men in Puerto Rico By Juan Pablo Zapata, MS; Cheyu Zhang, MPH; Dr. Souhail Malavé-Rivera; Dr. Carlos E. Rodriguez-Diaz, PhD Citation Zapata J, Zhang C, Malavé-Rivera S, Rodriguez-Diaz C. Geographic differences in access to HIV prevention services and care among sexual minority […]

Edition 5 – Self-Interest as Motivation for International Cooperation Toward Universal Healthcare

Edition 5 – Self-Interest as Motivation for International Cooperation Toward Universal Healthcare

Self-Interest as Motivation for International Cooperation Toward Universal Healthcare By Dustin T. Holloway, PhD Citation Holloway D. Self-interest as motivation for international cooperation toward universal healthcare. Harvard Public Health Review. Spring 2015;5. Self-Interest as Motivation for International Cooperation Toward Universal Healthcare According to the World Health Organization, over a billion people lack the healthcare they need, […]

Edition 5 – Universal Health Care: The Affordable Dream

Edition 5 – Universal Health Care: The Affordable Dream

Universal Health Care: The Affordable Dream By Amartya Sen, PhD Citation Sen A. Universal Health Care: The Affordable Dream. Harvard Public Health Review. Spring 2015;5. Universal Health Care: The Affordable Dream Twenty-five hundred years ago, the young Gautama Buddha left his princely home, in the foothills of the Himalayas, in a state of agitation and agony. […]

Edition 5 – Dispelling Myths about Surgery’s Role in Global Health

Edition 5 – Dispelling Myths about Surgery’s Role in Global Health

Dispelling Myths about Surgery’s Role in Global Health By Paul Farmer, MD, PhD Citation Farmer P. Dispelling myths about surgery’s role in global health. Harvard Public Health Review. Spring 2015;5. Dispelling Myths about Surgery’s Role in Global Health The past few decades have seen enormous changes in the global burden of disease. Although many people, especially […]

Edition 5 – Universal Health Coverage: an Overview and Lessons from Asia

Edition 5 – Universal Health Coverage: an Overview and Lessons from Asia

Universal Health Coverage: an Overview and Lessons from Asia By Tsung-Mei Cheng Citation Cheng T. Universal health coverage: an overview and lessons from Asia. Harvard Public Health Review. Spring 2015;5. Universal Health Coverage: An Overview and Lessons from Asia On December 12, 2012, the United Nations General Assembly passed a landmark resolution on Universal Health Coverage […]

Edition 20 – A New Way Forward: Recognizing the Importance of HIV in Controlling Tuberculosis among Canada’s Indigenous Population

A New Way Forward: Recognizing the Importance of HIV in Controlling Tuberculosis among Canada’s Indigenous Population

A New Way Forward: Recognizing the Importance of HIV in Controlling Tuberculosis among Canada’s Indigenous Population By Dakoda J. Herman Citation Herman D. The importance of HIV in controlling tuberculosis among Canada’s indigenous population. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;20. A New Way Forward: Recognizing the Importance of HIV in Controlling Tuberculosis among Canada’s Indigenous Population […]