Twitter advice for academics, racism, opioids, NIH dissertation awards, deaths of despair, a classic from 2017 on the black death, and several other topics found their way into our most-read blog posts for 2018.
Thank you so much to our Editorial Board and all our authors for helping make our population health blog informative, interesting, and truly interdisciplinary.
To Tweet or Not to Tweet: Twitter for Academics by Elaine Myers (January 2, 2018)
The Role of Racism in Health Inequalities by Nicole Kravitz-Wirtz and Margaret Takako Hicken (May 21, 2018)
E-Mental Health: Benefits, Limitations, & the Future by Mia DeFino (February 20, 2018)
Making Methods Work to Inform Each Other: Ana Diez Roux by Chris Bachrach (July 9, 2018)
Have You Heard About the NIH Dissertation Awards for Doctoral Students Studying Population Health? by Jennifer Ailshire (June 4, 2018)
Beyond Deaths of Despair: Midlife Mortality from Multiple Causes Rising Across All Racial Groups by Dr. Steven Woolf (September 17, 2018)
Digital Skills: A Hidden ‘Super’ Social Determinant of Health (Conference Report) by Amy Sheon (October 15, 2018)
Medical-Legal Partnerships Bring Health Justice (Interdisciplinary Program Spotlight) by Danya Keene (January 22, 2018)
Taking a Population Health Approach to the Opioid Crisis by Marc Gourvitch and Sue Kaplan (February 5, 2018)
Population Health Lessons from the Black Death by Sharon DeWitte (April 3, 2017) (Note: Despite being published in 2017, this is still one of our most-read posts.)