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U.S.-led HIV prevention efforts in Malawi: are they effective? Dr. Anat Rosenthal reviews Dr. Ann Escacove's book, Modernizing Sexuality.
What's been missing in the way we research obesity? Dr. Andrew Stokes shares his latest research.
In April, Mark Hayward, Centennial Commission Professor in the Liberal Arts at the University of Texas at Austin, gave the prestigious Matilda White Riley Excellence Lecture at the National Institutes of Health. His talk focused on the need to understand how institutional change shapes the evolution of health disparities and the specific forms they take. Dr. Christine Bachrach interviewed Mark, a former member of the IAPHS Board, about how his ideas have evolved.
The results are in! IAPHS congratulates the winners of the election for new 2018 leadership roles: Our new President-Elect, Ana Diez Roux, brings [...]
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
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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....
On the 10-year anniversary of the NIH Pathway to Independence Award (K99/R00), many emerging population health scientists still aren’t aware of the potential of this grant mechanism to help them develop an independent research trajectory.
More parents are going into debt to help their kids with school. How does this affect health, and who is most affected?
Cities face many health threats--and also many opportunities. Find out more at Drexel University's 2017 Urban Health Symposium, September 7-8.
Despite the chaos and confusion, the ACA is still the law of the land. Where and how can population health research step in?