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.
Bridging the divide between medicine and public health at one of the largest population health programs in the country: get to know the Department of Population Health at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine.
As the year of 2019 winds to a close, the IAPHS Blog will feature a series of posts responding to the “400 Years of Inequality Campaign and call to action. Maggie Hicken, Regan Patterson, Lewis Miles, Dominique Sylvers kick off the series.
Here’s what you need to consider when you’re forming a campus-wide population health initiative.
Borders of Belonging: Mixed-Status Families and the Impacts of Family Separation on Population Health
Millions of children live with at least one parent who is undocumented. What are the health effects for these families?
How do you know if an intervention or policy is having its intended effect? Sasha Walek reports from our 2019 Seattle conference.
Reflections on the 2019 IAPHS Pre-Conference Workshop: Traversing Divides: Interdisciplinary Research in Population Health and Health Disparities
Early reflections from a first-time IAPHS conference attendee, Donald L. Chi, DDS, PhD.
How does political advertising address population health issues?
Under IAPHS President Ana Diez Roux’s leadership, Dornsife School of Public Health at Drexel University has added more than 25 new interdisciplinary faculty and doubled its research dollars. Find out more about their work in this institutional member spotlight.
Conference Report: Expanding the Definition of the Built Environment Using an Environmental Justice Framework
Going beyond the built environment and embracing an environmental justice framework, in this second report from our Seattle 2019 conference.
Our first 2019 Seattle conference report highlights a well-received session about structural racism.