Edition 31 – Aftermath as Disaster: An Evaluation of Disaster, Capitalism, and The Evolution of Healthcare Delivery in New Orleans 15 Years After Katrina

Edition 31 – Aftermath as Disaster: An Evaluation of Disaster, Capitalism, and The Evolution of Healthcare Delivery in New Orleans 15 Years After Katrina

Aftermath as Disaster: An Evaluation of Disaster Capitalism and The Evolution of Healthcare Delivery in New Orleans 15 Years After Katrina By Brandon R. McBay Citation McBay B. Aftermath as disaster: An evaluation of disaster capitalism and the evolution of healthcare delivery in New Orleans 15 years after Katrina. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021;31. Aftermath […]

Edition 30 – Ending the Opioid Crisis in Five Years

Edition 30 – Ending the Opioid Crisis in Five Years

Ending the Opioid Crisis in Five Years By Kelly O’Connor Citation O’Connor K. Ending the opioid crisis in five years. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 30. Ending the Opioid Crisis in Five Years Introduction In 2017, 70,237 people died from drug overdose; my little sister Jenny was just one of them. I watched her die […]

27 – The Case Against Monetary Behavioral Incentives in the Context of COVID-19 Vaccination

27 – The Case Against Monetary Behavioral Incentives in the Context of COVID-19 Vaccination

The Case Against Monetary Behavioral Incentives in the Context of COVID-19 Vaccination By Ana Santos Rutschman and Timothy L. Wiemken Citation Rutschman A, Wiemken T. The case against monetary behavioral incentives in the context of COVID-19 vaccination. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 27. The Case Against Monetary Behavioral Incentives in the Context of COVID-19 Vaccination […]

27 – Globalization, Urbanization and COVID-19: Implications for a World All Too Connected

27-Globalization, Urbanization and COVID-19: Implications for a World All Too Connected

Globalization, Urbanization and COVID-19: Implications for a World All Too Connected​ By Simisola Johnson​ Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Johnson S. Globalization, urbanization and COVID-19: Implications for a world all too connected. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 27. Globalization, Urbanization and COVID-19: Implications for a World All […]

27 – COVID-19 Contagion among Communities with Limited English Proficiency: Lesson from Volunteerism

27 – COVID-19 Contagion among Communities with Limited English Proficiency: Lesson from Volunteerism

COVID-19 Contagion among Communities with Limited English Proficiency: Lesson from Volunteerism​ By Falah N. Rashoka​ Citation Rashoka F. COVID-19 contagion among communities with limited english proficiency: Lesson from volunteerism. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021;27. COVID-19 Contagion among Communities with Limited English Proficiency: Lesson from Volunteerism Abstract The COVID-19 affects all communities in the United States, […]

27 – Analysis of COVID-19 Awareness Among Georgia Private High School Students

27 – Analysis of COVID-19 Awareness Among Georgia Private High School Students

Analysis of COVID-19 Awareness Among Georgia Private High School Students By Aqil A. Merchant Original Research Article Citation Merchant A. Analysis of COVID-19 awareness among Georgia private high school students. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 27. Analysis of COVID-19 Awareness Among Georgia Private High School Students Abstract Throughout the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the […]