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.
Katrina Walsemann shares how she established Carolina Consortium on Health, Inequalities, and Populations (CHIP) at the University of South Carolina—and how you can establish a population health center wherever you are.
From the Illinois Rural Health Summit to cancer disparities and building trauma-informed environments, get acquainted with the work of our institutional member of the month, Southern Illinois University (SIU) School of Medicine (SOM) Department of Population Science and Policy (PSP).
A Clarion Call for Enlisting Faith Partners to Address the Commercial Determinants of Population Health
Faith partners may be a moral and practical antidote to commercial determinants of population health, suggests Robert Pezzolesi.
What is Indigenous data sovereignty? Find out about the US Indigenous Data Sovereignty Network, how it’s different from other data, and why it matters, in the second part of our interview with Desi Rodriguez-Lonebear.
Equity is not always the answer. Desi Rodriguez-Lonebear shares how researchers might work more effectively with Indigenous Peoples. Hint: it starts with humility.
How can interdisciplinary teams improve childhood development to maximize health and wellbeing across the life course? Find out more in Sasha Walek’s report from the May 2019 “Health And…Childhood and Opportunity” Conference.
Structural sexism linked to health problems…seniors face homelessness, violence, and potential future financial stress…redlining being used in environmental justice..a high-tech app for people with low vision…and dialysis does equity right.
This and more in our monthly population health roundup.
IAPHS founder Chris Bachrach reviews Sean Valles book “Philosophy of Population Health.”