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 lack of national-level coordination and underfunded state health departments are two barriers to getting accurate, complete COVID-19 disparities data. How can we fix the problems?
Four leading scientists explain why it takes more than one scientific discipline to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Introducing the Next Generation of Racism Scholars, Part 3: Tongtan (Bert) Chantarat and Mónica Gutiérrez
In this third of our three-part series, Tongtan (Bert) Chantarat and Mónica Gutiérrez invite those new to the study of racism and health to collaborate, support, and cite scholars of color.
It was at the Black AIDS Institute that Rebekah Israel Cross says she was finally able to be herself. Read more of her story in this RacismLab scholar series.
Learn more about the RacismLab symposium presenters and their work around structural racism and “toxic equilibrium.”
A podcast, twitter takeovers, and a growing role in shaping IAPHS are just some of the IAPHS Student Committee’s contributions. Read on for more—and join them!
The editors of a new scientific journal hope to push boundaries in how people think about, interpret, name, elevate, and care for people with mental illness.