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.
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.
Engaging Underserved Populations for Chronic Disease Screening and Prevention in Non-Healthcare Settings
How and where Langone population health scientists are connecting with people who need help—and why it’s working.
Employment plays a big role in health disparities. IAPHS Blog Editor Sarah Burgard explains why population health scientists should care.
How does social stratification affect us biologically? Lindsay Fernandez-Rhodes filed this report from our October 2018 conference.
At Fair Haven Community Health Care, in New Haven, Connecticut, four principles guide their population health program. Find out more, and learn how their framework can guide other Community Health Centers.
More education is linked to better health, but skills and knowledge don’t adequately explain the gains. What else plays a role?
We’re honored to have the Center for Health Advancement at the University of California, Los Angeles Fielding School of Public Health as an institutional member. Find out more about their work.
Urban transformations are complex. How can we best study their effects on the health of populations?
Each month, we curate the top population health news. This month, virtual reality takes a role in injury prevention and breast feeding, hearing loss plays a role in other health risks, Washington State’s environmental health risks are mapped, indigenous teachings seek to reduce disparities, and much more..