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Stanford AHEaD Summer Research Program Welcomes Pop Health Students
Karrington Hendrix introduces us to a summer program at Standford for students interested in health equity.
A Systematic Response to Racism in Public Health:
Introduction to the NYU Center for Anti-racism, Social Justice, and Public Health
Introducing a new hub for anti-racism—and much more—at NYU.
Population Health – The Unfinished Journey with David Kindig: Episode 9, “Looking Ahead”
In the final episode of the series, Dr. Kindig and Dr. Magnan take a look at the future of population health.
Population Health News Roundup: November 2022
Maternal health in the “fourth trimester,” neighborhood features and mental health, heart failure treatment disparities, value-based payment systems, and more.
Population Health – The Unfinished Journey with David Kindig: Episode 8, “Health Equity: Crucial and Complicated”
Health equity is complicated, and power and agency play outsized roles.
Population Health – The Unfinished Journey with David Kindig: Episode 7, “Health Equity: Finding Common Ground”
Seeing health equity through multiple lenses can help us find common ground. Dr. Kindig explains why.
Population Health – The Unfinished Journey with David Kindig: Episode 6, “It’s All About the Money”
In Episode 6, Dr. Kindig explains how population health is all about the money–if you can get it.
Population Health News Roundup: October 2022
Wildfires in indigenous communities, safer NYC basement apartments, the digital divide in breast cancer screening, vicarious exposure to discrimination, and more.
Population Health: The Unfinished Journey with David Kindig – Episode 5, “Picking Up Steam”
In Episode 5, Dr. Kindig discusses the original framework for county health rankings, plus his role in developing IAPHS.
Population Health – The Unfinished Journey Podcast with David Kindig: Episode 4, “The Lonely Years”
Why population health research saved Dr. Kindig from a lifetime of fly fishing.
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