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.
Mentoring can help a mentor pay forward the help that was given to them.
Do you need more than one coder? IAPHS Blog Editor Danya Keene looks at the advantages and concerns of multiple coders.
Jefferson College of Population Health is the nation’s very first college of population health. Find out what they’re up to today, including the Hearst Health Prize for Excellence in Population Health, a colloquium, and two peer-reviewed journals.
At our 2019 Conference in Seattle, Dr. Michael McGinnis was presented with the inaugural J. Michael McGinnis Excellence in Leadership Award. In accepting this award he shared his thoughts on the value of IAPHS and its members to population health. As we begin to gear up for our 2020 conference (abstracts are due March 9), we asked Dr. McGinnis to share these thoughts on our blog.
Creating a Culture of Health by doing research differently. Sarah Gollust explains how the RWJF Interdisciplinary Research Leaders program makes it happen.
Did you catch these articles? David Kindig highlights some research you might have missed, including about the Population Health Performance Index, health outcome trusts, health investment benchmarks, and more.
How can we incorporate climate change into population and public health education curricula? Here’s part two in our series from Julie Becker.