Edition 77 – Sydney Mayfield​ – Healthcare and Social Justice

Healthcare and Social Justice

Healthcare and Social Justice By Sydney Mayfield Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Citation Mayfield S. Healthcare and social justice . HPHR. 2023;77. https://doi.org/10.54111/0001/YYY1 Healthcare and Social Justice The two most critical issues facing the intersection of healthcare and social justice are environmental health disparities and healthcare affordability. In general, poor communities which disproportionately are minority, are often […]

Edition 76 – Discontinuation of Hormonal Contraception: A Systematic Review and Metanalysis

Discontinuation of Hormonal Contraception: A Systematic Review and Metanalysis

Discontinuation of Hormonal Contraception: A Systematic Review and Metanalysis By Joni K Roberts, DrPH, CHES; Katherine C. McNabb, MSN, RN; Alanna Bergman, MSN, AGNP-BC; Tanjila Taskin PhD, MPH, CPH; Bella Mualem, BS, and Oluwabunmi Ogungbe, PhD, MPH, RN Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Citation Roberts J, McNabb K, Bergman A, Taskin T, Mualem B, Ogungbe O. Discontinuation […]

Edition 52 – How Community Education led to Empowerment and Safe Childbirth

Edition 52 – How Community Education led to Empowerment and Safe Childbirth

How Community Education Led to Empowerment and Safe Childbirth By Monzur Morshed Patwary and Konica Gop Citation Patwary M, Gop K. How community education led to empowerment and safe childbirth. HPHR. 2023;52. https://doi.org/10.54111/0001/ZZ06 How Community Education Led to Empowerment and Safe Childbirth​ Abstract In the village of Nodapara, in Brahamanbaria district in eastern Bangladesh, 19-year-old […]

Edition 52 – An Open Letter to American Academic Institutions: Stand Behind the Evidence

An Open Letter to American Academic Institutions: Stand Behind the Evidence

An Open Letter to American Academic Institutions: Stand Behind the Evidence By Neil Singh Bedi, Rachel J. Smith, Marina L. Weiss Citation Bedi N, Smith R, Weiss M. An open letter to American academic institutions: stand behind the evidence. HPHR. 2023;52. https://doi.org/10.54111/0001/ZZ5 An Open Letter to American Academic Institutions: Stand Behind the Evidence Abstract In […]

Edition 47 – The Intersecting Effects of Gender and Hedonic Values on Renewable Energy Policy Support

The Intersecting Effects of Gender and Hedonic Values on Renewable Energy Policy Support By Monique Santoso, BA Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Citation Santoso M. The intersecting effects of gender and hedonic values on renewable energy policy support. HPHR. 2022;47. 10.54111/0001/UU2 The Intersecting Effects of Gender and Hedonic Values on Renewable Energy Policy Support Abstract Climate change […]

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Kate Okorie is a science journalist at Africa InSight Communications, an organisation that promotes Africa-centered storytelling. Her work is at the nexus of the health and environmental sectors, and her reports have a wide readership across Africa.