Edition 23 – In the Context of Palliative Care

Edition 23 – In the Context of Palliative Care

In the Context of Palliative Care By Ian Wee Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Wee I. In the context of palliative care. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;23. In the Context of Palliative Care Most, if not all, consultations often end with a sentence which sounds similar to the […]

Edition 22 – The Kids Could Be Alright: a Call for Comprehensive Sexual Education

Edition 22 – The Kids Could Be Alright: a Call for Comprehensive Sexual Education

The Kids Could Be Alright: a Call for Comprehensive Sexual Education By Kate Kollars Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Kollars K. The kids could be alright: a call for comprehensive sexual education. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;22. The Kids Could Be Alright: a Call for Comprehensive Sexual Education […]

Edition 22 – Why We Need Price Transparency in Healthcare

Edition 22 – Why We Need Price Transparency in Healthcare

Why We Need Price Transparency in Healthcare By Kristoffer Szumigalski Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Szumigalski K. Why we need price transparency in healthcare. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;22. Why We Need Price Transparency in Healthcare As consumers, we expect to see prices before making a purchase. We […]

Edition 22 – Are You a Non-Smoker Visiting the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games? Be Advised.

Edition 22 – Are You a Non-Smoker Visiting the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games? Be Advised.

Are You a Non-Smoker Visiting the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games? Be Advised. By Kota Yoshioka Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Sherman E. Does requiring work, work? the evidence on Medicaid work requirements. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;22. Are You a Non-Smoker Visiting the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games? Be […]

Edition 22 – Does Requiring Work, Work? The Data on Medicaid Work Requirements

Edition 22 – Does Requiring Work, Work? The Data on Medicaid Work Requirements

Does Requiring Work, Work? The Data on Medicaid Work Requirements By Elizabeth Sherman Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Sherman E. Does requiring work, work? the evidence on Medicaid work requirements. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;22. Does Requiring Work, Work? The Data on Medicaid Work Requirements Medicaid work requirements […]

Edition 22 – The Opioid Epidemic in Massachusetts: Can Current Legislation Address New Challenges?

Edition 22 – The Opioid Epidemic in Massachusetts: Can Current Legislation Address New Challenges?

The Opioid Epidemic in Massachusetts: Can Current Legislation Address New Challenges? By Sravanthy Gumidyala Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Gumidyala S. The opioid epidemic in Massachusetts: can current legislation address new challenges? Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;22. The Opioid Epidemic in Massachusetts: Can Current Legislation Address New Challenges? […]

Edition 22 – Is Advertising a Social Determinant of Health—You Bet!

Edition 22 – Is Advertising a Social Determinant of Health—You Bet!

Is Advertising a Social Determinant of Health—You Bet! By Shantel Herbert-Magee Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Herbert-Magee S. Is advertising a social determinant of health—you bet! Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;22. Is Advertising a Social Determinant of Health—You Bet! As a 1980s child growing up in a drug-infested […]

Edition 22 – In the Time of #MeToo, Protections for Survivors Still At Risk

Edition 22 – In the Time of #MeToo, Protections for Survivors Still At Risk

In the Time of #MeToo, Protections for Survivors Still At Risk By Amanda Graff Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Graff A. In the time of #MeToo, protections for survivors still at risk. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;22. In the Time of #MeToo, Protections for Survivors Still At Risk […]

Edition 22 – CVS-Aetna Merger: Benefiting Consumers’ Health, If Not Their Pocketbooks

Edition 22 – CVS-Aetna Merger: Benefiting Consumers’ Health, If Not Their Pocketbooks

CVS-Aetna Merger: Benefiting Consumers’ Health, If Not Their Pocketbooks By Catherine Gallori Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Gallori C. CVS-Aetna merger: benefitting consumers’ health, if not their pocketbooks. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;22 CVS-Aetna Merger: Benefiting Consumers’ Health, If Not Their Pocketbooks In October 2018, the Justice Department […]

Edition 22 – Food Stamp Policy is Failing. Here’s Why.

Edition 22 – Food Stamp Policy is Failing. Here’s Why.

Food Stamp Policy is Failing. Here’s Why. By Sajen Plevyak Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Plevyak C. Food Stamp policy is failing. Here’s why. Harvard Public Health Review. 2019;22. Food Stamp Policy is Failing. Here’s Why. Nearly 12% of Americans struggle to put food on the table.1 The Supplemental […]