Research on the relationship between immigration policy and population health, well-being, and equity impacts is important and relevant, according to our 2018 Conference panel. Read more in this conference report from Erin Hagan.
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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.
Fred Zimmerman, IAPHS 2019 President-Elect, takes a look at his dashboard on policy and population health, and sees some worrying trends.
Repeated acts of violence, economic disparities, and structural racism can affect the health and well-being of communities. Mike Esposito filed this 2018 conference report focusing on Black and other communities of color.
Beyond the opioid crisis and even beyond deaths of despair, mortality rates are rising across causes and groups. And a public health crisis is rising, according to Dr. Steven Woolf.
The diversity among Latinx populations is understudied, suggests Dr. Kasim Ortiz. Read more in our interview with him.
The HOPE Initiative is a major new effort to better understand, assess, and accelerate the nation’s progress towards improving equitable opportunities for health and well-being for all Americans. Find out more…
No population center, school of public health, or medical school? You can still make interdisciplinary population health research happen. Read about the Center on Health, Risk, and Society at American University.
Health insurance coverage is important, but especially in the Rio Grande Valley, it’s nowhere near enough to improve health. Heide Castaneda explains why.