Intimate Violence, Part II: When “Self-Defense” is Camouflage for Homicide

Intimate Violence, Part II: When “Self-Defense” is Camouflage for Homicide

Intimate Violence, Part II: When “Self-Defense” is Camouflage for Homicide By Caroline Light Intimate Violence, Part II: When “Self-Defense” is Camouflage for Homicide The last “In The Crosshairs” post, co-authored with Amy Ojeaburu, discussed the case of Maddesyn George, an Indigenous woman who shot and killed her rapist. George was charged with second degree murder […]

Edition 62 – Mental Health Helplines in India During COVID-19: A Population-Based Survey to Determine the Afficacy and Accessibility Among Indian Youth

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Mental Health Helplines in India During COVID-19: A Population-Based Survey to Determine the Efficacy and Accessibility Among Indian Youth By Deena Mariyam, Srihari Govind, Katyayani Goswami, Komal Kapoor, Stuti Chakraborty Citation Mariyam D, Govind S, Goswami K, Kapoor K, Chakraborty S. Mental Health Helplines in India during COVID-19: a population-based survey to determine the efficacy […]

Maddesyn George, Intimate Violence, and the Limits of Armed Self-Defense

Maddesyn George, Intimate Violence, and the Limits of Armed Self-Defense

Maddesyn George, Intimate Violence, and the Limits of Armed Self-Defense By Amy Ojeaburu and Caroline Light This article was co-authored by Amy Ojeaburu, a sophomore at Harvard College, with whom I was fortunate to collaborate this summer on a project on Gender, Race, and Self-Defensive Gun Violence. Amy led the effort to (1) assemble an archive […]

Edition 62 – A Patient’s Perceived Effect of the “No Visitor Policy” Implemented During COVID on Their Overall Mental and Physical Health: A Retrospective, Observational Study

Edition 62 – A Patient's Perceived Effect of the "No Visitor Policy" Implemented During COVID on Their Overall Mental and Physical Health: A Retrospective, Observational Study

A Patient’s Perceived Effect of the “No Visitor Policy” Implemented During COVID on Their Overall Mental and Physical Health: A Retrospective, Observational Study By Eman Al Haddad, Brent Hill, Kristina Grant, Sabrina Henri, Hugh Giffords, Dr. Melchor L Bareng, Ph.D. Citation Haddad E, Hill B, Grant K, Henri S, Giffords H, Bareng M. A patient’s […]

Edition 62 – COVID-19 In Italy: Jeopardizing The Political Landscape and Public Health

Edition 62 – COVID-19 In Italy: Jeopardizing The Political Landscape and Public Health

COVID-19 in Italy: Jeopardizing the Political Landscape and Public Health By Benjamin D. Fort Citation Fort B. COVID-19 in Italy: jeopardizing the political landscape and public health. HPHR. 2022;62. 10.54111/0001/JJJ2     COVID-19 in Italy: Jeopardizing the Political Landscape and Public Health Abstract Objective To further analyze the implications the COVID-19 pandemic has on Italy’s […]

Edition 66 – How Can Learnings from the Automotive Industry Prevent Deterioration of Maternal Health During a Pandemic Like COVID-19?

How Can Learnings From the Automotive Industry Prevent Deterioration of Maternal Health During a Pandemic like COVID-19 By Prabath Kuzhikkat, Nicolle Ma, Chad P Osorio, Dr Nadeem Ahmed Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Citation Kuzhikkat P, Ma N, Osorio C, Ahmed N. How can learnings from he automotive industry preventt deterioration of maternal health during a pandemic […]

Edition 48 – Muslim-majority countries have fewer COVID-19 cases and deaths: A cross-country analysis of 165 country during the 3 global peak dates in 2020

Edition 48 – Muslim-majority countries have fewer COVID-19 cases and deaths: A cross-country analysis of 165 country during the 3 global peak dates in 2020

Muslim-majority Countries Have Fewer COVID-19 Cases and Deaths: A Cross-country Analysis of 165 Countries During the 3 Global Peak Dates in 2020-2021 Ponn P. Mahayosnand MPH, Gloria Gheno PhD, ZM Sabra, DM Sabra Facebook Twitter LinkedIn PDF Download Edition 48 – Muslim Majority Countries Have Fewer COVID 19 Cases And Deaths A Cross Country Analysis […]