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 […]
Exploring interactions between climate change-related health risks and discussing the global health burden from fossil fuel combustion
Promise and pitfalls regarding the use of low-cost sensors for addressing air inequality
True Curriculum By Rebecca Elliott, MPH Lesson 1: The Health of the American Education System-Two Fundamental Questions Today we’re talking about Let’s start with a question: Is the American education system working? As straightforward as this question might seem, I don’t think that it is a fair one. Asking if our education system is working […]
Exploring the intersection of social justice and environmental health.
What is the current state of global air quality monitoring, and why is this important?
How do we quantify the health impacts of air pollution? The 30,000 foot view.
What is the global burden of health degradation by air pollution? This post sets the stage for future discussions of air pollution epidemiology and policy.
PlaceMatters By MyDzung T. Chu Title of Blog Previous Next Why are we so quick to psychologise what we do not know? Women already have a history of not being believed. In many instances, women’s pain experience is too often ascribed to women’s catastrophising attitudes (Samulowitz, Gremyr, Eriksson, & Hensing, 2018), despite women experiencing enhanced […]
Technology aimed at measuring and monitoring the greenhouse gas emissions responsible for climate change.