Edition 38 – Decriminalizing HIV in Colombia

AIDS Awareness Red Ribbon On Black Background, Space For Text

Decriminalizing HIV in Colombia By Johnattan Garcia Ruiz, MPH, LLB; Sergio Duran Silva LLB; Lina Maria Caicedo Rodriguez, LLB; Maria Alejandra Perez Rodríguez, LLB; Diego Duarte Escobar, LLB; Alejandro Leon Marin, LLB Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Garcia Ruiz J, Duran Silva S, Caicedo Rodriguez L, Perez […]

Edition 40 – AI to Transform the Drug Approval Process and De-Risk Drug Development

40 - AI to Transform the Drug Approval Process and De-Risk Drug Development

AI to Transform the Drug Approval Process and De-Risk Drug Development By Cherubin Manokaran Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Manokaran C. AI to transform the drug approval process and de-risk drug development. HPHR. 2021;40.   AI to Transform the Drug Approval Process and De-risk Drug Development Abstract […]

Edition 41 – Diabetes Intervention: A Study of the Effectiveness of a Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) System and Health Coaching on Type 2 Diabetes Management

Edition 47 - The Absolute Necessity of Plant-Based Diets for the Health of the Earth and Her Inhabitants

Diabetes Intervention: A Study of the Effectiveness of a Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) System and Health Coaching on Type 2 Diabetes Management By Chasity Collins-Barnes, Dr. Baris Kopruluoglu, Gisela Guerrero, Rev. Laura M. Todd, Jacob Bell, Butch Odom, Dr. Fedoria Rugless Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Collins-Barnes […]

Edition 36 – Perceptions of the COVID-19 Vaccines and Rationale Surrounding the Decision to Vaccinate Among Pregnant Women of Color in the United States Lessons Learned from Four Focus Groups

40 – Perceptions of the COVID-19 Vaccines and Rationale Surrounding the Decision to Vaccinate Among Pregnant Women of Color In the U.S.-Lessons Learned from Four Focus Groups

Perceptions of the COVID-19 Vaccines and Rationale Surrounding the Decision to Vaccinate Among Pregnant Women of color in the United States: Lessons Learned From Four Focus Groups Kathryn Mishkin, DrPH, MPH, MA Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Mishkin K. Perceptions of the COVID-19 vaccines and rationale surrounding […]

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

Citation Palmer C, Menanteau B, Glaccum E, Flood A, Miller J, Schaefer P, Cook E, Orley M. Partnering for human trafficking prevention: implementing Love146’s Not a Number Curriculum through Minnesota’s Safe Harbor Program. HPHR. 2021;58.   Partnering for Human Trafficking Prevention: Implementing Love146’s Not a Number Curriculum through Minnesota’s Safe Harbor Program By Caroline Palmer, […]

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 […]