Rebecca discusses “American Education: Flawed by Design?” Part II

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True Curriculum By Rebecca Elliott, MPH Lesson 3: American Education- Flawed by Design? Part II Today we’re talking about We have to talk about this uncanny prison resemblance some more… It is good to see you again! Let’s get right into it. Last week we discussed the physical design of most modern American public schools. […]

Rebecca Elliott discusses “American Education: Flawed by Design?”

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 discusses what is “education” may really be about

True Curriculum By Rebecca Elliott, MPH Lesson 4: So if we don’t educate…what are we doing? What exactly are we teaching in schools? Welcome back! Last time we were here we wrapped up our discussion on both the inward and outward design of school-prisons, which is how I will be addressing public schools from this […]

Stuti Chakraborty reiterates the COVID-CVA connection

Stroke Reimagined By Stuti Chakraborty The COVID-CVA Connection: A ‘thrombosis’ is the medical term for a blood clot. Blood clots can occur within the arterial and venous supplies of our body, but when they occur in the vasculature supplying  the brain, they lead to a deadly and potentially permanently disabling condition called ‘ischaemic stroke’. The […]

Edition 5 – Self-Interest as Motivation for International Cooperation Toward Universal Healthcare

Edition 5 – Self-Interest as Motivation for International Cooperation Toward Universal Healthcare

Self-Interest as Motivation for International Cooperation Toward Universal Healthcare By Dustin T. Holloway, PhD Citation Holloway D. Self-interest as motivation for international cooperation toward universal healthcare. Harvard Public Health Review. Spring 2015;5. Self-Interest as Motivation for International Cooperation Toward Universal Healthcare According to the World Health Organization, over a billion people lack the healthcare they need, […]

Edition 5 – Universal Health Care: The Affordable Dream

Edition 5 – Universal Health Care: The Affordable Dream

Universal Health Care: The Affordable Dream By Amartya Sen, PhD Citation Sen A. Universal Health Care: The Affordable Dream. Harvard Public Health Review. Spring 2015;5. Universal Health Care: The Affordable Dream Twenty-five hundred years ago, the young Gautama Buddha left his princely home, in the foothills of the Himalayas, in a state of agitation and agony. […]

Edition 5 – Dispelling Myths about Surgery’s Role in Global Health

Edition 5 – Dispelling Myths about Surgery’s Role in Global Health

Dispelling Myths about Surgery’s Role in Global Health By Paul Farmer, MD, PhD Citation Farmer P. Dispelling myths about surgery’s role in global health. Harvard Public Health Review. Spring 2015;5. Dispelling myths about surgery’s role in global health. The past few decades have seen enormous changes in the global burden of disease. Although many people, especially […]