What is population health? Why do some people become sick, while others don’t? Why should we care about inequities in health? How do we study and what can we do to eliminate health inequities? Sick Individuals/ Sick Populations, the new podcast series from the Interdisciplinary Association of Population Health Science, covers these topics and more. Join hosts Darrell Hudson, Aresha Martinez and Michael Esposito they interview leading researchers about cutting-edge population health science. Tune in twice a month for conversations of how experts from different methodological and disciplinary traditions work with one another, across boundaries, to understand and improve population health.