True Curriculum Rebecca Elliott, MPH Lesson 2: American Education – Flawed by Design? Part I Last time we talked we explored the topic of education, its purpose, and how given our idealistic definition of education, America’s version may not add up. Today, we’re digging further into the design of the American education system, specifically, the […]
Rebecca Elliott discusses public education with Allen Baugh, high school teacher and advocate for radical education for Black students
True Curriculum Rebecca Elliott, MPH Lesson 6: Lessons from a Black Educator Today we get to listen to an educator Welcome back! Last week we talked about the “Black and White ” of American education; in other words, how what we are taught (and not taught) in school exists to replicate the racial hierarchy that […]
True Curriculum Rebecca Elliott, MPH Lesson 5: The Black and White of American Education We gotta talk about race now… When we were last together, we came to a startling conclusion about the American education system: It is not designed to educate. Even if you still have faith in the education system, you must admit […]
Bridging the Gap in Surgical Patient Education: A Visual-Based Approach By Christina Shree Chopra, Youssef Aref, Christina Pecora, Leslie Ghisletta Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation Chopra C, Youssef A, Pecora C, Ghisletta L. Bridging the gap in surgical patient education: a visual-based approach. Harvard Public Health Review. […]
Edition 33 – A Small Allocation of the COVID-19 Vaccine Yields Critical Benefits to One-Third of Americans: Prioritize School Staff and Childcare Workers
In this inaugural edition dedication to COVID-19, HPHR’s authors examine emerging matters of public policy, equity, and medical practice around the pandemic.