Dr. Quinn M. Gentry discusses the significance of respecting individuals’ right to self-definition/self valuation in advancing black feminism in public health
Dr. Quinn discusses the significance of respecting individuals’ right to self-define/value in advancing black feminism in public health
Nursing Science: Helping Bridge the Gap of Health Disparities By Denetra Hampton A Timeline of COVID-19 Pandemic Events And Their Effect On Nursing Merriam Webster Dictionary defines a movement as an organized activity working toward an objective, such as the Civil Rights Movement. In this VLOG I introduce you to a timeline of historical […]
International Day of Older Persons
Randevyn Pierre has collected and shared the experiences of a number of African Americans around healthcare hesitancy and medical mistrust.
In this piece, he exposes his own thoughts and experiences in navigating his journey through the healthcare landscape.
Pierre also infuses key learnings from his public health knowledge as well as other accounts from interviewees.
Without Health We Have Nothing 1 By Gabriel Oke How Unemployment Contributes to Poor Healthcare Access Proshare: Unemployment vs underemployment in Nigeria HPHR Journal Fellow: Gabriel Oke Interviews Bukola Idowu on the ”Without Health We Have Nothing Series”. Mr. Bukola Idowu is the founder of Kimpact Development Initiative (KDI). KDI uses in-depth research, capacity development, and […]
Screen the Lungs! By Brian Shim What Makes Screening so Difficult? Dissecting the Multi-Level Barriers to Lung Cancer Screening Previously on Screen the Lungs!¸ we took a look at the deep disparities in lung cancer health and outcomes across the US that have persisted over time. Lung cancer screening (LCS) using low-dose CT scans […]
What’s it like to be a child living in the world’s biggest open-air prison? And how would it affect your mental health?
Getting Curious with Sherry By Sherry Wu Impact of Social Isolation on Residents in Long-Term Care Hey there, thanks for dropping by. Whether today’s topic is new to you or something you are deeply passionate about, I hope my exploration will bring you new perspectives to ponder. Feel free to listen to the blog’s […]
Public health encompasses more than statistics; it is the lived experiences of individuals, families, and communities.
Nursing Science: Helping Bridge the Gap of Health Disparities By Denetra Hampton The Investment: Building Health Equity in Medicine with Nursing Science In my previous blog I introduced you to the role of the nurse scientist and why diversity is vital to the continued efficacy of the role in health equity. In this VLOG, I […]