Our IAPHS Population Health Blog Editorial Board generates story ideas, finds authors, and helps shape the content of our weekly IAPHS Population Health Blog. The Ed Board works closely with Blog Editor Sarah Burgard and Blog Manager JoAnne Dyer.
We’re grateful to these folks who serve IAPHS quietly under the radar, helping us create weekly scientific content that stimulates dialogue and shines a light on important research in population health.
Introducing 2019-2021 Editorial Board, including current members staying on and new ones being welcomed aboard…
- NIH Dissertation Awards for Doctoral Students Studying Population Health?
- Student Debt, Parents, and Population Health
- Kangaroos for Postdocs
- Emerging Scholars Conference Report
- Bridges and Barriers in Collaborative Population Health Interventions
- Community-Academic Partnerships in Food Bank Outcomes (Ed.)
- U.S. Health Policy and Population Health: Where We Are Now and Where We’re Headed
- Why Anti-Immigrant Policies Matter for Population Health
- Echoes of Historical Racism in the ACA’s Exclusion of Unqualified Immigrants (Ed.)
- Citizenship Drives Inequalities in Access to Health Insurance Among Latinos (Ed.)
- Will Coverage Ever Be Enough? Health Disparities at the U.S.-Mexican Border (Ed.)
And recently moving off the board, accompanied by our enthusiastic appreciation and best wishes….
- To Tweet or Not to Tweet: Twitter for Academics
- A Population Health Approach to the Opioid Crisis (Ed.)
- Conference Panel: Urban Health Panelists Urge Collaborations
- Moving from Research to Action: A Report on the Health And…Racial Equity & Urban Well-Being Conference
- Bringing Population Health into Medical Education
- Removing Obstacles to Interdisciplinary Population Health Research (Ed.)
- Finding Success and Staying Sane as an Interdisciplinary Scientist (Ed.)
- Reasons for Optimism in Population Health – Part I
- Reasons for Optimism in Population Health – Part II
- The Case for Substance Use SBIRT (Conference Report)
- Ten Resourceful Recruitment Methods for Community Research (Ed.)
- Using Stories to Advance Population Health: What Does the Science Tell Us?
- Is Digital Technology Making Health Inequality Worse? (Ed.)
- Communicating About Health Equity Comparisons: A Cautionary Note (Ed.)