Edition 26 – Psychological Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Frontline Health Workers in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

26 – Psychological Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Frontline Health Workers in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Psychological Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Frontline Health Workers in Low- and Middle-Income Countries By Davy Deng and John A Naslund Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Deng D, Naslund J. Psychological impact of COVID-19 pandemic on frontline health workers in low- and middle-income countries. Harvard Public Health […]

Edition 26 – Misinformation, Health Equity, News Media: Application of Critical Race Theory (CRT) to Examine News Media’s Role in Normalizing Religious Bigotry

Edition 26 – Misinformation, Health Equity, News Media: Application of Critical Race Theory (CRT) to Examine News Media’s Role in Normalizing Religious Bigotry

Misinformation, Health Equity, News Media: Application of Critical Race Theory (CRT) to Examine News Media’s Role in Normalizing Religious Bigotry By Ans Irfan, Munjireen Sifat, and Zamir M. Brown Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Irfan A, Sifat M, Brown Z. Misinformation, health equity, news media: application of […]

Edition 26 – COVID-19 Is a Great Opportunity for Black Women to Reconsider Hospital Birth

26 – COVID-19 Is a Great Opportunity for Black Women to Reconsider Hospital Birth

COVID-19 Is a Great Opportunity for Black Women to Reconsider Hospital Birth By Rebecca Elliott Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Elliott R. COVID-19 is a great opportunity for Black women to reconsider hospital birth. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 26. COVID-19 Is a Great Opportunity for Black Women […]

Edition 26 – How Being a Prisoner and Patient Is Fit for Tragedy in the U.S.

26 – How Being a Prisoner and Patient Is Fit for Tragedy in the U.S.

How Being a Prisoner and Patient Is Fit for Tragedy in the U.S. By Patricia Fuentes Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Fuentes P. How being a prisoner and patient is fit for tragedy in the U.S.. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 26. How Being a Prisoner and […]

Edition 26 – Pandemic of Racism: Public Health Implications of Political Misinformation

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Pandemic of Racism: Public Health Implications of Political Misinformation By Ans Irfan, Ashley Bieniek-Tobasco, and Cynthia Golembeski Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Irfan A, Bieniek-Tobasco A, Golembeski C. Pandemic of racism: public health implications of political misinformation. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 26. Pandemic of Racism: Public […]

Edition 26 – Political Affiliation and Human Mobility Under Stay-at-Home Orders: A Difference-in-Difference Analysis with County and Time Fixed Effects

Edition 26 – Political Affiliation and Human Mobility Under Stay-at-Home Orders: A Difference-in-Difference Analysis with County and Time Fixed Effects

Political Affiliation and Human Mobility Under Stay-at-Home Orders: A Difference-in-Difference Analysis with County and Time Fixed Effects By Siona Prasad and Yulin Hswen Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Prasad S, Hswen Y. Political affiliation and human mobility under stay-at-home orders: a difference-in-difference analysis with county and time […]