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Will the microbiome usher in a new era of “poop-ulation health?” Read this conference report from Jennifer Dowd.
Leveraging Health Information Technology (Health IT) to Address Minority Health and Health DisparitiesChristine Bachrach
PAR-19-093 (R01), This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) seeks to support research that examines how health information technology adoption impacts minority health and health disparity populations in access to care, quality of care, patient engagement, and health outcomes. Letter of intent due 30 days prior to application due date. Due date for 2019 is March 4th.
What’s holding back our progress in population and public health? First we need a healthy democracy and attention to state-level policies that create disparities. David Warner filed this report from our October 2018 Population Health Conference.
None of us are immune to the harm from structural violence and the “highly toxic gas of inequality.” Read more in our interview with Stephen Bezruchka in this special blog post.
Allen Mallory is a Graduate Student in Human Development and Family Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin. He joined IAPHS in 2016. Allen is currently on the student member on the IAPHS Board. Learn more about Allen on his website and follow him on twitter: @allenbmallory
Tell us a little about yourself, where are you from, where did you go to graduate school, what makes you jump out of bed each morning?
I grew up in Atlanta, mostly in Marietta, GA. I received my undergraduate degree in psychology from Case Western Reserve University. I have a master’s degree from Kansas State University in couple and family therapy, and currently attend the University of Texas Austin where I am in my 3rd year of the Ph.D. program in Human Development and Family Sciences.
The topic I find infinitely fascinating is human sexuality—I feel incredibly fortunate that my job is to do research and teach to promote the health and well-being of sexual and gender minority people.
Fred Zimmerman, IAPHS 2019 President-Elect, takes a look at his dashboard on policy and population health, and sees some worrying trends.
The 2019 conference will be held at the University of Michigan on April 6-7, 2019. The theme for the 2019 conference will be “Thought Diversity in Medicine: Beyond Disciplinary Divides.” Registration and call for abstracts are now open. Abstracts due January 9, 2019.