How we measure quality of life and college readiness is a problem. Here’s why.
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Compliant But Unprotected: Communities of Color Take Greater Action to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 But Remain at RiskAlexandra Hernandez-Vallant, Gabriel Sanchez, Carmela Roybal, Barbara Gomez-Aguinaga, Brooke Abrams, Desa Karye Daniel, Edward Vargas, Juan Pena, Melanie Sayuri Dominguez
Despite the risk of police profiling, people of color are wearing masks. Yet COVID-19 infection and death disparities remain.
We can’t power walk our way to population health. Here’s why a focus on individual behaviors is the wrong approach for Minority Health Month.
To avoid faustian bargains and zero-sum trade-offs during the COVID-19 crisis, a coordinated response with automatic economic protections is needed.
Racialization of COVID-19 and longstanding systemic racism will cause disproportionate harm to people of color as COVID-19 sweeps across the U.S. Read more from a stellar group of researchers writing on behalf of #BlackEpiMatters.
Our institutional members lead several COVID-19 research and education efforts.
Dr. Steven Woolf discusses the complexities of “restarting” America, and what’s needed on multiple fronts to protect our health and our economy.
Is radical social distancing necessary to limit COVID-19 spread? Or is a prompt, competent governmental response more important? What should we have in place to protect us the next time? Join us in the discussion, Hive Mind.
Do you need more than one coder? IAPHS Blog Editor Danya Keene looks at the advantages and concerns of multiple coders.