How do you know if an intervention or policy is having its intended effect? Sasha Walek reports from our 2019 Seattle conference.
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Reflections on the 2019 IAPHS Pre-Conference Workshop: Traversing Divides: Interdisciplinary Research in Population Health and Health DisparitiesDonald Chi
Early reflections from a first-time IAPHS conference attendee, Donald L. Chi, DDS, PhD.
Conference Report: Expanding the Definition of the Built Environment Using an Environmental Justice FrameworkMeghan Wolfe, Dana Williamson, Ashley Gripper, Deniss Martinez, Patrice Williams, Angeliz Encarnacion Burgos
Going beyond the built environment and embracing an environmental justice framework, in this second report from our Seattle 2019 conference.
Our first 2019 Seattle conference report highlights a well-received session about structural racism.
Our 2019 Seattle conference is coming up October 1,2019. Here’s a preview.
Seattle and King County have robust population health research activities. Find out more before you arrive for our conference October 1-4, 2019.
How can interdisciplinary teams improve childhood development to maximize health and wellbeing across the life course? Find out more in Sasha Walek’s report from the May 2019 “Health And…Childhood and Opportunity” Conference.
How does social stratification affect us biologically? Lindsay Fernandez-Rhodes filed this report from our October 2018 conference.
More education is linked to better health, but skills and knowledge don’t adequately explain the gains. What else plays a role?
Should debt be a more central variable in health disparities work? Find out in this conference report from Justin Denney.