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.
Do you need more than one coder? IAPHS Blog Editor Danya Keene looks at the advantages and concerns of multiple coders.
Jefferson College of Population Health is the nation’s very first college of population health. Find out what they’re up to today, including the Hearst Health Prize for Excellence in Population Health, a colloquium, and two peer-reviewed journals.
At our 2019 Conference in Seattle, Dr. Michael McGinnis was presented with the inaugural J. Michael McGinnis Excellence in Leadership Award. In accepting this award he shared his thoughts on the value of IAPHS and its members to population health. As we begin to gear up for our 2020 conference (abstracts are due March 9), we asked Dr. McGinnis to share these thoughts on our blog.
Slavery’s afterlife can be found in today’s racial disparities. Read part three of our series responding to the “400 Years of Inequality” Campaign.
The second in our series of posts responding to the “400 Years of Inequality” Campaign and call to action. Rashawn Ray discusses 400 years of chains and over-policing of Black bodies.