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Improving the Health of Populations through Science and Innovation

Population health science requires scientists from different disciplinary backgrounds to combine their knowledge and expertise to answer questions that individual disciplines alone cannot. The Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science (IAPHS) was founded to bring them all together. Learn More | Donate | Join

Map of US Lifespans

For U.S. women, how long you live depends on where you live.
Courtesy of Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation

America’s Health Gap

How do we improve health and reduce health disparities?

The odds of a long and healthy life are unequal in America. In 2010, life expectancy for women living in Marin County, California was 85 years. For women from Perry, Kentucky, it was 73 – a full 12 years less. The odds of premature death, disability, and disease are greater for Americans who are poor or black or American Indian. Even the best off Americans, however, fare worse on some health outcomes than their European counterparts.

Can we do better? The Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science (IAPHS) believes we can.

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IAPHS BLOG

The latest news, research, and commentary about population health and population health science.

Report from the IAPHS Board

By | April 11th, 2017|

The new IAPHS Board has met three times since it took office in February, and it’s done a great job of moving the organization ahead.  Under President Sandro [...]

Changes coming to IAPHS News

By | April 11th, 2017|

IAPHS is going to make its newsletter easier to use and richer in its coverage of material related to IAPHS population health and population health professionals! You may [...]

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