IAPHS President Sandro Galea announced the appointment of Cynthia Colen, Associate Professor of Sociology at Ohio State University, as IAPHS Treasurer for the years 2018-2020.
Population Health Goes to Austin: A Preview of the October Conference
There's no better time to join IAPHS. Read on...
Our curated list of population health news from around the world. Read on for more about the opiate crisis, Zuckerberg's big gift, and how getting around in the city can affect in your health, and more....
What's the IAPHS all about? Read on for the Board's vision for the organization and its future.
Each month, we scan the globe to bring you the latest in population health news. What's new this month? Keep reading...
Voting begins July 28 for IAPHS's 2017 election. At stake are the new President-Elect of IAPHS, who will subsequently serve as President and Past President; three new Board members serving 3-year terms, and a Student [...]
How are policy choices around the world affecting population health? HUD Housing Assistance, But Not Vouchers, Linked To Improvement in Health Measurements (American Journal of Public Health, April 2017) The Economist: The most neglected threat [...]
Registration is now open for Improving Population Health: Now, Across People’s Lives, and Across Generations to Come in Austin, Texas October 2-4, 2017. View the agenda and register here. Registration is free, but required. The [...]
Every Monday since its launch on February 6, a new post has gone up on the IAPHS blog. Readers have treated themselves to a rich range of topics, from the effects of debt on health [...]