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.
Community ownership of population health improvement means deferring to the community—and paying them. Read more suggestions from Vinu Ilakkuvan.
Helping older adults (especially in communities of color) post-pandemic, considering equity in green energy programs, finding solutions for rural health disparities, discovering problems for people with disabilities navigating post-pandemic neighborhoods, and more in our monthly population health news roundup.
Predictive modeling of COVID-19 hotspots, vaccine hesitancy among African Americans, and the health of women veterans of the Gulf War are just some of the research highlights at Augusta University Department of Population Health Sciences.
A new webinar series, expanded outreach to pop health professionals outside university settings, and a partnership with the Scholar Strategy Network are among IAPHS’s exciting new projects.
With the vision of Dr. Rachel Hardeman and a $5 million philanthropic gift from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, the Center for Antiracism Research for Health Equity (CARHE) at the
University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health is born.
Vaccine hesitancy, historical mistrust, or a lack of equitable access? What’s really contributing to low rates of vaccination in some communities.
A lack of national-level coordination and underfunded state health departments are two barriers to getting accurate, complete COVID-19 disparities data. How can we fix the problems?