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The ways you measure race and ethnicity should align with your research question. Read more in Part 3 of our Beyond the Boxes series.
Are Black and African American identities different? How do we conceptualize Indigenous identity? And are Hispanic and Latinx categories ethnic or racial?
How much can IAPHS help students? A whole lot.
Capitalism and economic policies are undermining public health, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Chris Bachrach summarizes the plenaries at our October 2020 Conference, “Policies, Places, and Profits: Manufacturers of Illness and Health.”
Our mentoring program continues to bring success, despite the pandemic’s challenges. Read about Roland J. Thorpe Jr. and Carlos Tavares here.
Considering a career outside academia? Here’s an excellent guide to navigating the job search, ensuring you have the right skill set, and taking action when you’re still in school.
Beyond the Boxes, Part 1: Guiding Questions for Thoughtfully Measuring and Interpreting Race in Population Health Research
Introducing our new series on conceptualizing, measuring, and interpreting race and ethnicity in population health.