The Future of Public Health Education
In advance of this week’s Dean’s Symposium, “Teaching Public Health,” some thoughts on the evolution of academic public health.
‘I’m Very Excited About the Future’
Ahead of Wednesday’s symposium, ASPPH President and CEO Laura Magaña Valladares and Dean Sandro Galea discuss biggest challenges and opportunities facing public health education in the 21st century.
Why We Must Teach Writing to MPH Students
As educators, we can and should foster a culture that values clear, precise communication as a core instrument, function, and goal of public health.
Students Compete in Global Health Case Competition
KC Caine, Parul Kashyap, Jasmin Choi, and Haley Feazel-Orr competed on BU team at International Emory Global Health Case Competition on March 16 and 17.
Centenarian Offspring Feel Stronger Purpose in Life
Children of centenarians have almost three times greater rate of strong sense of purpose than contemporaries.
Men More Likely To Be Readmitted to Hospital After Firearm Injury
Risk of renal failure and cardiovascular readmissions among males was more than three times greater than females at six months.