Authors discuss how social determinants and norms that employment policies impact worker health.
In this inaugural episode of The Humor Scientist, Matt Kazam meets with Patch Adams and the HPHR Editorial Board to explore the intersections of public health and the three “Cs” of comedy: coping, communication, and connection.
Join Matt every month on his journey as he explores how the art of humor can improve public health and reconnect people with the funny that lives inside of all of us.
Evaluating the Impact of Remdesivir on Covid-19 Patient Outcomes: An Inpatient County Hospital Analysis By
Identification of “Hot Spots” of COVID-19 in the United States (January 2020-January 2021) By Jessica
Purpose Built Communities to Promote Health Equity and Address the Impacts of Racialized Residential Segregation
Structural Colorism: Illuminating the Shadow of Structural Racism and its Malcontents By Dr. Candice Carpenter
Ensuring Equitable Vaccine Distribution for COVID-19 in Wake County, North Carolina By Paige Bennett, Lauren
Why Social Media Giants’ Attempts to Cure the Infodemic May Be Yet Another Detriment to
Defunding the Social Production of Ignorance: Addressing Racism in Research begins with Funders By Griffin
“Stay home … Well, suppose you don’t got a home?”: The Public Health Challenges of
Author Anna Bogursky discusses her article, “It’s Time to Combat Stubborn Insurance Companies: Bariatric Patients Deserve to Live” in Edition 28 of HPHR, which is our featured HPHR Author Insight of the week. Watch all of the HPHR Author Insights here and on our YouTube channel.
This blog will focus on the realities of conversion therapy on the LGBTQ community. Also, this blog discusses how culture, religiosity, and societal norms influences the prevalence of conversion therapy. This blog will give suggestions on policy changes to eliminate the use of conversion therapy on LGBTQ individuals.
How single-use plastics and personal protective equipment, used as protection from COVID-19, became part of another public health problem - climate change.
Health with Humanity By Joanna Burke-Bajaj High Reliability in Healthcare: Creating Reliable Health Equity through Quality
"There are members of the Black community who find it difficult, at best, to believe that reversing age-old systematic oppression and trauma in healthcare is a top priority of our government.”
This week, instead of the usual blog article, Dr. Hannah Nazri recommends three films that emphasise the importance of listening to patients emphatically as well as developing the medical knowledge. Always listen to your patients.
This blog will focus on the realities of female genital mutilation and female genital cosmetic surgery. Also, discusses how culture and societal norms, from all over the world, influences the prevalence of these procedures.
When looking at health equity it is giving people what they need when they need it in the amount they need it in, so that they can achieve optimal health.