The IAPHS Blog is a virtual community that keeps population health professionals connected and up to date on the latest population health news, policy, controversies, and relevant research from multiple fields.
A look at the benefits and pitfalls of joint faculty appointments—and how to navigate them successfully, in part one of our two-part series from Georgiana Bostean and Richard Carpiano.
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IAPHS President Kathleen Mullan Harris found a receptive audience during her testimony at a U.S. Senate committee meeting.
Time management can be key to securing graduate funding, says Dr. Charlene Poola. Know how long it takes you to complete something, and give yourself plenty of time.
The COVID-19 US State Policy Database: A Tool for Assessing How Policies Shape Population Health & Health Equity
Introducing the COVID-19 US State Policy (CUSP) database, a powerful new tool to help researchers and policymakers.
An F31 can be a stepping stone for future funding opportunities. Read more in part three of our five-part series on helping grad students find funding.
How might work be a factor in the disparities in human milk feeding?