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.
The experience of pain is personal, but treatment is political and partisan. Anna Zajacova recaps our 2021 conference panel “Politics, Policy, and Chronic Pain.”
Institutional Member of the Month: Case Western Reserve University Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences
Our Institutional Member of the Month works closely with the City of Cleveland Public Health Department on the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on to learn more about CWRU’s degrees and programs.
NYC gets the lead out of schools, traffic deaths increase, the grief gap hits communities of color, parks are a social justice issue, and the long-term care crisis needs policy solutions. This and more in our monthly population health news roundup.
How do policies and power structures affect housing access–and in turn, affect our health? Find out in this 2021 conference recap.
Congratulations to our poster winners, who explored research areas from partner violence to COVID-19 to mental health to API data to urban-rural retail differences.
Compelling pleas for racial equity and justice were heard at our 2021 conference. Chris Bachrach offers a recap of these outstanding #IAPHS2021 plenaries.
Highlights from our 2021 conference from our senior advisor and founder, Chris Bachrach, in part one of two-part series.